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Senior Dog Care

Today there are so many ways that our senior pets can live a longer, healthier and more active life. One of those ways is by keeping up with your pet’s annual health exams to detect early signs of age-related diseases.

When does a dog become a senior?

Depending on the breed a senior dog can be five years and older.

How should I care for my senior dog?

General health can change quickly in a senior dog; therefore, more regular Veterinarian consultations are recommended (at least every six months).

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