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Five Signs Your Senior Dog May Be Sick
Five Signs Your Senior Dog May Be Sick

Dogs, particularly senior dogs, have “off days” just like people. But, if you notice changes to your dog’s daily routine, eating, drinking or even pooping habits that continue for a couple of days, make an appointment with the veterinarian.

 

Two Incredible Rescue Organizations that Help Senior Dogs
Two Incredible Rescue Organizations that Help Senior Dogs

Whether you have a young family or are empty nesters, senior dogs have a way of fitting in. From leisurely strolls and a quiet home, to children's tea parties and hectic schedules, most senior dogs have the patience, maturity and training to make everyone's life better.

Find the Best Pet-Friendly Vehicle with These 13 Tips
Find the Best Pet-Friendly Vehicle with These 13 Tips

These days, our dogs probably spend as much time in the car as our kids do! And we believe if you want your dog to go along, then it's important to take their needs into account when purchasing a vehicle.

How to Be Prepared for Holiday Travel with Your Dog
How to Be Prepared for Holiday Travel with Your Dog

Whether you are planning to travel with or without your dog over the upcoming holiday season now is the time to make relevant reservations and see that your dog’s vaccinations and any medicinal prescriptions are current.

6 Ways to Help Your New Senior Dog Feel At Home
6 Ways to Help Your New Senior Dog Feel At Home

November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month and the perfect time to introduce a new family member in to your home before the festive season gets into gear. Here are six ways you can help them feel right at home. 

How to Overcome Window Aggression in Cars
How to Overcome Window Aggression in Cars

Greg Kleva, Master Trainer with Bark Busters, offers advice on how to help your dog overcome window agression during a car ride.

8 Ways Alternative Therapies Can Improve Senior Dogs' Quality of Life
8 Ways Alternative Therapies Can Improve Senior Dogs' Quality of Life

The benefits of various alternative therapies such as massage, acupuncture, and chiropractics can help take care of a senior dog’s general health and well-being.

Six Items Sure to Be on Your Senior Dog's Holiday Wish List
Six Items Sure to Be on Your Senior Dog's Holiday Wish List

Dogs are considered seniors at the age of seven years, and, geriatric from the age of 11 years onwards. And, because they are living longer lives, it’s important to take their age into account to ensure their comfort and safety both at home and when out and out. That's where this year's holiday shopping comes in handy. When creating a list of presents for them, think about both what they want and what they need.

Keeping Calm on the Road
Keeping Calm on the Road

There are a variety of holistic calmatives that can help your dog relax and have a more enjoyable ride while on road trips!

Celebrate National Dog Day with Your Dog by Your Side
Celebrate National Dog Day with Your Dog by Your Side

Today marks the annual recognition of National Dog Day. As pet parents, we show our furry best friends love and appreciation every day, but today’s a special occasion, and we invite you to join us in taking a moment (or much more!) to show your best friend how much you care for them.