Caring For Your Aging Pet





Tuesday, October 15, 2024

6:30 - 8:30 pm

The Fharmacy Public House
203 N Main St, Lake Mills, WI

People Only

Things change for pets as they age. Vision and hearing loss can make cats and dogs more easily startled. Joint soreness can reduce your dog’s interest in walks, or your cat’s ability to get downstairs to a basement litter box. Dental pain can interfere with eating. Memory and cognition can become scattered. All of these things usually happen gradually, but then can create sudden issues for your ability to care for your pets. What if your blind dog suddenly growls or snaps? What if your cat refuses to eat?

Join Dr. Stork of the Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic to learn how to detect subtle signs of aging in your pets, and how to help cats and dogs live comfortable, enriching lives, as they head into their golden years.

We’ll talk about signs and symptoms, simple adjustments you can make at home, and how to tell if you have an urgent situation on your hands.

Important Details: This event is for people only. There is no cost, but donations are greatly appreciated to help us continue providing these free community events. Attendees must RSVP online.

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Meet Your Instructor

Dr. Bill Stork, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Lake Mills Veterinary Clinic

A 1992 graduate of the University of Illinois, Dr. Stork, a cradle flatlander moved to Lake Mills and fell in love with Wisconsin. The Midwestern work ethic, friendly people and rolling countryside suited his blue collar upbringing perfectly.

In practice, Dr. Stork divides his time between the country and the clinic. A confessed fan of James Herriot, he embraces all creatures great and small. He is equally comfortable trimming teeth on tiny guinea pigs, diagnosing dermatology issues in dogs, discussing cat litterbox issues, or repairing a displaced abomasum in a 2000-pound cow.

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