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The Importance Of Regular Check Ups For Senior Pets

2017-07-11T01:25:56+00:00

For many pet owners it is difficult to tell if our pets are getting to the stage where they are slowing down because they are sick, or if it is just old age. To give you a good rule of thumb, a senior dog is around seven to eight years of age, and although

Making Senior Pets Comfortable In Their Last Year Of Their Lives

2017-07-11T01:23:00+00:00

After spending more than a decade with our best friend, we know the inevitable is going to happen, but really don't want to think about it. However, we still want what is best for him, and it's still our job as a pet parent to take care of him the best we can and

Dealing With Pet Loss

2017-07-11T01:10:46+00:00

For pet owners, pet loss can be extremely distressing, with a mixture of emotions, which can compare to losing a close family member, after all a dog is "a mans best friend", and in many cases that is very true for pet owners. Having said that, many people that don't own a pet cannot understand

Senior Pet – Taking Care Of A Senior Dogs During The Summer Heat

2017-07-20T04:40:01+00:00

Most dog owners want what is best for their best friend, and that includes giving them healthy meals, a good bed, playtime and exercise, but not every owner knows the dangers of heat stroke. Heat stroke in dogs is a killer, and believe it or not thousands of owners lose their best friends each