Blog For Our Paw Pals

Blog For Our Paw Pals

Would my senior dog make a good therapy dog?

I think this is a very good question. Senior dogs are usually much gentler in demeanor which can make them an ideal candidate for a therapy dog. However, it is best to make sure that you have addressed any underlying issues with your dog before working toward...

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Why is a pet’s age not counted in human years?

We have covered the topic in the past and how to tell whether or not your pet is a senior in both our previous blog and in our senior pet podcast. The issue with reporting a pet's age in human years is that it is very difficult to get an accurate age and applying it...

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What will vet clinics look like after Covid?

Again, while this isn't exactly senior pet related I thought I would put my opinion into the mix on what direction I see vet clinics will look like going forward over the next couple of years. Due to the curbside model, many clinics have chosen to adopt strategies...

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Is it unfair to a senior dog to adopt a new puppy?

This is a very common question that I get quite often and it is one of the best thing that you can do for a senior dog and that is to get a puppy. Here are a few reasons why: Activity: Often, having a new puppy around the house causes the senior dog to be more active,...

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When will vet clinics open back up?

While this isn't specifically senior pet related, I thought that it would be worth discussing in a blog post. A lot of things have changed in the last year and vet medicine was not spared. Almost as quickly as lockdowns started, most vet clinics began to adopt a...

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