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Monitoring Your Senior Dog for Signs of Disease Posted On: 28 December,2016

As your dog ages, the likelihood he will develop various changes in the function of his body system increases. Some of these will be normal changes to the aging process, others may be indicative of disease. To be more easily alerted to possible signs of disease early in the disease process: Monitor food consumption: how much is being eaten? what type of food is being eaten( does your dog leave the hard kibble and only eat the canned) any difficulty eating or swallowing, any vomiting? Monitor water consumption: drinking more...



Excercise for your Senior Dog Posted On: 22 November,2016

As your dog heads into his senior years, he may not be able to run as fast, jump as high  or have the stamina he once had. Whether they’re perfectly healthy or experiencing limited mobility as the result of a condition, it’s important for parents to understand their dog’s limits and create an exercise routine that all will enjoy. The most chronic issue seen in dogs that limit their mobility and exercise level is osteoarthritis.  This degeneration of the joints due to long-term stress or use can happen naturally or become...



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Chico at 13 years old still showing off in the Show Ring Posted On: 27 October,2014

Signs of Arthritis are similar to signs of normal aging, so if your pet seems to have any of these symptoms for more than two weeks, the best thing to do is to have your veterinarian examine them, and then advise you as to what treatment plan would be best to help your pet deal with pain. Arthritis treatments for pets are similar to those for humans. These may include: (1)Healthy diet and exercise to maintain proper weight (2) Working with your veterinarian to find a drug treatment that helps...



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