Senior Dogs 101: Tips to keep your senior dog healthy as they age
Just like humans, senior dogs need extra care as they grow old. As an owner, it’s important to be mindful of all the ways you can help to maximize your dog’s quality of life during their golden years – especially those you can start while your pup is still young! Read on for our top tips on how to keep your dog in prime condition as they age.Read more
Lymphoma in Cats
Feline lymphoma is one of the most common cancers in cats, and typically affects the gastrointestinal system. It is most often seen in senior cats, and the prognosis and treatment depends on the type of lymphoma diagnosed – small or large cell lymphoma. Small cell lymphoma may be managed for some time with medication, whereas large cell lymphoma typically requires surgery and chemotherapy, and has a poorer prognosis.Senior Pets
Exercise Needs for Puppies, Adults and Senior Dogs
Dogs need exercise to maintain happy and healthy lives, just like people do. Your dog’s exercise needs will vary depending on their age and breed. So, it’s important to tailor your pup’s exercise according to their stage of life.Senior Pets
Euthanasia and Quality of Life Assessment
Euthanasia can be a very difficult, emotional, and uncomfortable topic to think about. But when a pet is suffering from a painful or debilitating condition, it is one of the most loving and humane things we can do for them.