Caring for an Older Dog
Older dogs have earned the extra time it takes us to keep them healthy, happy and comfortable in their senior years. Over the years our dogs have been by our side (or under our feet), adding additional security to our homes while we sleep, providing unconditional love and teaching us many life lessons.
Older dogs can remain happy and active if we provide them a nutritional diet, continue to get them some exercise and maintain a regular visitation schedule with a Veterinarian.
Beds - older dogs need extra comfort every time they lie down and resting on an orthopedic dog bed can be a pain-reducing solution. Read More
Elevated Dog Bowls provide a more comfortable and convenient feeding position for older dogs and dogs suffering from arthritis. Read More
Dog Ramps - aging bones often mean that an older dog's jumping days are over. Curling up on a favorite couch, lap or a ride in the family car does not have to be a memory to your beloved canine. Read More
Safety As our dogs age it becomes important that we help them remain safe. Making our old dogs visible in the dark and on a controlled leash will provide them some extra protection to remain safe. Read More