Quality of life is no doubt your number one goal for yout senior dog. But as your dog ages , physical and emotional changes can leave you questioning how he or she is really feeling. You may wonder if the walks are too long, or if the levell of play is sufficient. Questions like thewe can be answered by your pet and then your discerning eye, along with a visit to your vet.
Animals are skillful at living in the present moment. They are not worrying about the future. Although their past can affect their behaviours, they are not thinking about it over and over like humans do. They are living in the now and encourage you to join them.
Your senior’s desire is to encourage you to concentrate on the fun you could be having together, rather than being upset unnecessarily. Enjoy your dog for as long as you can, that is what he wants.
LONG LIVE SENIOR DOGS!!!
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