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Dietary Needs For Our Senior Pets

For many pet lovers, growing alongside our loyal companions as they age is rewarding. Love them back by adjusting their lifestyle and routine to match their maturing needs. Signs of ageing As your pet ages, you may notice outward signs like: White around the muzzle Less energy or sleeping more Trouble toileting Slowing down Hesitation…

Caring For A Senior Pet

Cats Can Age Gracefully

Arthritis – Not Just A Senior’s Disease

Renal Failure in Cats

Senior Dog Health Care Tips

What is a senior dog? If your dog is over the age of seven, then they are considered a senior dog. On average, dogs age seven times faster than humans, meaning by the time your canine companion is nine years old, their organs, joints, and metabolism are comparative to a 63-year-old human. That’s almost retirement age!…

Living With A Golden Oldie

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