As winter ends and spring 2017 arrives, here are a few of our favorite seasonal stories focused on senior pets that we've found during the first few months of the year.
National Puppy Day is March 23rd, and spring is a time when many of us welcome adorable new companions into our lives - hopefully for many years to come. If you are considering adopting a puppy, there are many things you can do to ensure that they live a long, happy, healthy life with you. Here are our five best puppy care tips:
Do you have your recommended dental appointments scheduled for this year? How about for your dog or cat? February is Pet Dental Health Month, and it’s an important reminder that just like you, your pets can experience plaque and tartar build up that can eventually lead to periodontal disease.
What if you could find a personal trainer who will never cancel an appointment, is ready to exercise whenever you are, and works for free?
Did you make a New Year’s Resolution to get more exercise? This is a common goal due to the fact that exercise holds many physical and even mental health benefits. Coincidentally, January is National Walk Your Dog Month: the fitness partner that you need to keep your resolution just may be sitting next to you right now.
As your cat gets older, their needs can change. They may require a different diet, or need a little bit of extra help with getting around your house. Here are our best tips for keeping your senior cat healthy and happy.
Exercise is essential to your senior pet’s health, whether you have a dog or a cat. It can keep them at a healthy weight, and increase physical and mental stamina, all of which lead to a better quality of life.
Finding the right veterinarian is important due to the fact that they will help you make many significant decisions about your pet’s care. Looking for a new vet, whether you moved or an old favorite retired, is a process that you should devote some time to.
Small dogs are different from large dogs in many obvious ways, and in less obvious ways like nutrition as well. This prompts the question "What is the best senior dog food for small dogs?". Choosing the right diet for your small dog as they get older will depend on many factors unique to your pet, but here is our guide to the issues you need to consider.
Once you start attending to a senior dog, whether through a recent adoption or many years together, a lot of the best practices for your pet’s daily life stay the same, but a few do change. Here is our guide on how to care for a senior dog.