Supplies for Your Senior Dog

Supplies for your senior dog

Figuring out what supplies you need for a new senior pup is daunting. Just walking through a pet supply store or looking online can be overwhelming.  From water and food bowls to sweaters and beds, we’ll talk about it all right here! Four Important Things to Mention  Items are not listed in order of importance … Read more

How to Help an Aggressive Senior Dog

How to help an aggressive senior dog

Whether this behavior is recent or worsening over time, senior dog aggression can be managed. Snapping, snarling, and barking incessantly can all seem like aggressive behavior, but it’s often due to pain or anxiety. Medication, supplements and in some cases training, can all make a big difference. Does it feel like you woke up one … Read more

How to Get an Old Dog to Eat

How to get an old dog to eat

I have shared my life with old dogs who have refused or been unable to eat. It’s frustrating, worrying certainly a challenge. If your old dog is not eating, your first step should be getting him checked by your vet as soon as possible. Although there are many foods to try and tricks to use … Read more

How to Treat Dog Dementia

How to treat dog dementia

I found one of the hardest things about Red having dementia was the constant circling. I’ve read a lot about dogs pacing, so perhaps she used to circle because she was blind.  Although dementia is progressive, it is encouraging how many treatment options there are that may help, especially with the anxiety. CBD Oil  I … Read more

A Comprehensive Guide to Dog Dementia

Many senior dogs will develop dementia, also known as canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD), but sadly it isn’t always diagnosed. That is because many of the signs typically associated with this disease are assumed to be nothing more than a part of the natural aging process. Some of the signs you will see in a dog … Read more

Does Your Senior Dog Have Dementia?

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Dementia can often go untreated for quite some time or forever, because there is no test to diagnose it. Many of the signs of dementia can be explained by other health issues. For example, a dementia dog can forget his housetraining and pee inside, but that could also happen if a dog has a urinary … Read more