How To Care For A Senior Dog (+ help them age with dignity)

Aging is inevitable, and with it comes health and quality of life challenges. Learning how to care for a senior dog takes a bit of planning to help them to age gracefully. And in this video I’m going to give you some suggestions on how to help your old dog age gracefully and stay happy.

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Caring for a senior dog can be split into 3 sections:
1 – How to keep an old dog as healthy as possible
2 – How to keep senior dogs pain free
3- How to maintain interaction and mental agility

With any care strategy for a senior dog, quality of life should be at the very forefront of our minds and the driving force behind the decisions we make for our geriatric pet. A little bit of forethought and an awareness of what to look out for that might indicate your family member is starting to struggle with the effects of aging can go a long way to ensuring their senior years are happy and as healthy as possible.

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