What Causes Paralysis in Senior Pets?

When it comes to the health of senior dogs, there are a host of concerns pet owners need to address. From arthritis to dental issues, aging can bring about various challenges. Among these, paralysis stands out as a significant issue affecting older canine companions....

How to Best Transition a Senior Dog in a Home Move

The average American moves 11 times in their lifetime. Despite all this moving, we don’t move far from home. More than half of young adults live within 10 miles of where they grew up. While 10 miles isn’t much of a difference for humans, moving anywhere...

Take a Stroll With Fido: January Is Walk Your Dog Month!

Did you know that dog walkers have a 66% lower chance of developing diabetes compared to those who don’t take their four-legged friends for a stroll? Clearly, there are benefits for us humans when we take our pets for a walk, but did you also know that there are...

How Can Pet Parents Help Senior Dogs Stay Cognitively Sound?

Adopting an animal later in life can delay symptoms of cognitive decline. In the same way your pet can help you, you can help protect their cognitive state. How’s so? Senior dogs are more vulnerable to mental decline. You can promote better dog health by...