Tips for Taking Good Care of Senior Dogs
Just as human beings, a dog’s requirements will be different when they are older compared to when they were young. Dogs’ bodies slow down just as ours do: they won’t have the same energy, will need more sleep and probably a different diet. The age at which a dog is regarded as a senior is different for different breeds and even individual dogs, but generally, dogs reach senior age when they are between seven and ten years old. Below you’ll find a list of tips that will help you taking care of your dog, for a comfortable, happy and satisfying old age.