Tag: Senior Dogs

9 Tips for Taking Care of Old Dogs

Taking care of old dogs sound difficult but there are only a few adjustments needed to do it correctly. Dogs are considered old or senior when they turn seven. When your dog reaches that age, you should pay attention to his health. Consider changing his routine and diet …

Dementia in Dogs: How To Help Your Senior Dog

Dementia in dogs is a common occurrence with most of them experiencing cognitive dysfunction, as they grow older. The condition is marked by a decline in the mental ability and the memory loss. However, many owners are not aware of dementia in their pets. Animal research suggests that …

Is Your Dog Suffering From Osteoarthritis?

As they get older, dogs may show signs and symptoms of aging in the form of stiffness and slower movement. But stiffness is not the only sign of the aging process. Your dog could be prone to osteoarthritis. What are the symptoms of a dog suffering from osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis …

Dog Joint Problems: How To Avoid Them!

You may be surprised to know that even dogs can develop joint problems. Unfortunately, dog joint problems can affect the quality of life of your furry friend. Preventing Obesity in Dogs One of the leading causes of joint problems in dogs is obesity. This is because every extra pound puts more stress on …

Canine Arthritis: Learn The Signs And Treatment Of Dog Arthritis

As our dogs reach their golden years, health problems such as arthritis start to develop. Here’s what you need to know about canine arthritis. What are the signs? How you can help ease your dog’s pain? Arthritis can affect all dog breeds – especially older dogs. Fortunately, spotting …

How Do We Know When To Switch To Senior Dog Food?

There is no need to worry if you see any changes in your dog’s attitude toward food if he is 8 years old or older. Most dogs are no longer interested in food as they used to be when they were younger. Senior dogs feel better if you …