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.
As your dog or cat gets older, is pet medical insurance something that you have considered? Like the many other insurance policies you can purchase, there are numerous options available to choose from, and the right choice for you (and your pet) may change over time. Here is our overview on why you may want medical insurance for your pet, and how these policies usually work.
You typically find information here to help you best care for your aging pets, and often focused on your dog or cats cognitive health. But a new study by the International Federation on Aging recently caught our eye, and it helps support what we've always believed -- animals are as good for us, as we can be for them!
If you’ve ever attended a dog show, or watched one like the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on television, you may have noticed the judges checking each animal from head to toe. And when those judges target in on the dog's teeth, are they really just looking for the perfect smile?