Senior

After a certain age, animals are considered to be “senior” or elderly. Their senses start to fail, they sleep more than usual and they don’t want to play as much as they used to. They also begin to suffer from diseases and their diet must change. In this section, we’ll tell you all about senior pets.

What Research Says About How Dogs Age

When it comes to how dogs age, we’ve always been told that one human year is basically seven years for dogs. But that rule actually fluctuates a lot. A dog’s breed and size have a major part to play in…

Old Dogs CAN Learn New Tricks!

While it’s true that people mostly take puppies to training classes for them to learn, old dogs can learn new tricks too! A recent study has even shown that older animals have better cognitive skills than young ones. Find out…

5 Signs that Your Dog is Aging

As pets get older, they are more at risk for developing illnesses. Therefore, paying attention to signs of aging is fundamental for being able to provide your dog with preventative treatments and care. Continue reading to learn how to know…

Can an old dog get white hair?

Certainly: old dogs get white hair. It’s a normal sign of aging, but if it occurs prematurely in young dogs, a health problem may be causing it. To begin the discussion, first remember that dogs may be considered to be…