June 2024

6 Ways to Keep Your Dog Comfortable This Summer: 4th of July Safety Tips

A small senior Dachshund standing by a lake in the summer wearing a cute dog lifejacket

As our best fur friends age, they undergo changes that can impact their comfort and well-being. With the summer heat and the 4th of July approaching, it’s essential to prioritize your senior dog’s safety and comfort. Here are six easy ways to keep your senior pup happy, comfortable, and feeling like their younger selves this …

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Tips for Distinguishing Normal Aging vs. Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (CCD)

A senior golden lab smiling softly with its head in the hands of its owner

Some degree of cognitive decline, with changes in behavior, is normal as dog age, but sometimes it is difficult to know what normal aging is and what might be signs of a moreadvanced cognitive decline such as Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (CCD). CCD is a condition that affects many senior dogs. The following is designed to …

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Seven Lessons Your Senior Dog Would Like To Share With You About Aging

cute senior dog wearing a red bandana doing a paw shake with their owner

As dogs age, they undergo significant changes, both physically and mentally. Just like humans, senior dogs have different care requirements and their communication may be more subtle. If your senior dog could talk, there are seven lessons they would want you to share with you about their golden years. 1. Humans Understanding Dog Years How …

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