Senior Dog Needs

As your dog ages, there are special considerations to ensure he maintains good health for the rest of his life. Read up on senior dog health advice from veterinarians and other pet experts to care properly for your long-lived pup.

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6 Strategies to Help You Properly Care for a Blind or Visually Impaired Dog

Dogs go blind for multiple reasons, whether that’s a health condition or simply old age. If you're thinking of adopting a blind dog or your dog is losing his vision, here's what you can do to help your pup live a healthy and fulfilled life.

How to Know If Your Dog May Be Nearing the End of Their Life

Quality of life is the most important thing for our senior dogs, especially when they become sick. As your dog begins to show signs that he is close to the end of his life, you can help to keep him comfortable until he is ready to pass on.

Cushing’s Syndrome in Dogs: Spotting and Treating This Complicated Disease

Diagnosing Cushing’s syndrome can be a frustrating process, but with proper treatment and care, affected dogs can live out the rest of their lives happy and healthy.

Signs of Kidney Disease in Dogs and How to Treat It

Kidney disease can be a scary diagnosis, but it’s possible your dog can still live a healthy, happy life for years.

How To Identify and Treat Lymphoma in Dogs

Hearing from the vet that your dog has been diagnosed with lymphoma can be scary. No dog parent wants to hear that their pup has cancer! However, not all hope is lost, as lymphoma is one of the more curable types of cancer in dogs. Learn all about this disease, how to keep a watchful eye out for it, and what to do once your dog starts showing signs.

More Senior Dog Needs

How To Help Your Senior Dog With Incontinence Troubles

If your dog is struggling to control her bladder, it can make her quality of life less than ideal. But luckily, there are things you can do to help your dog be more comfortable!

Counteracting Cataracts: How to Keep Your Dog’s Eyesight Optimal as He Ages

Cloudy spots in your dogs’ eyes can be concerning. Learn how your veterinarian can help clear things up.