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Work With Your Veterinarian to Make Your Senior Pet’s Golden Years Healthy

  When you have an older pet, the most important thing to remember is this: Dying isn’t optional, but suffering often can be. In other words, don’t assume that a sick or elderly pet can’t enjoy many weeks, months or even years of pain-free, comfortable and joyful living. And your veterinarian can help make that…

Should You Give Your Aging Pet Supplements?

  As people get older, I’ve noticed that they become more interested in supplements. Seems as soon as you get your AARP card, you start gulping down vitamins like there’s no tomorrow, in the hopes, I suppose, of making sure you get as many tomorrows as possible, while keeping your brain and your body functioning…

Older Pets Don’t Have to Suffer In Winter

Growing older isn’t optional for your pet, but a lot of the suffering that goes with it can be, particularly during the colder months. The aches and pains that go hand and glove with getting to the upper reaches of middle age and beyond can be minimized during cold weather in three easy steps, without…

Is My Pet Sick or Just Getting Older?

  As our pets get older, we expect them to slow down as part of the aging process, but how much slowing down is too much? What signs should pet owners watch out for in their senior pets that may suggest there is more going on than simply normal aging? What Qualifies a Pet as…

Aging Pets: Senior, Geriatric and What It All Means to Experts and Readers

  What do the terms “senior” and “geriatric” mean to you when it comes to dogs and cats? Do you think your definition is the same as your vet’s? We wondered at what age pet owners and professionals thought those terms applied to dogs of various sizes and cats, so we polled 213 veterinary professionals…

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