Who says old dogs don’t have a good time? Try these stimulating games to get your senior pup moving around and having fun.
Don’t despair. Take my advice to help maintain a good quality of life for both you and your aging pet.
Elderly cats who begin to yowl loudly may be suffering from something serious but treatable. Here’s what you should know.
An older dog will show signs of arthritis that are obvious. But arthritis in cats is tougher to spot. Here’s how we diagnose and treat this condition.
Got an older cat? You should be aware of the common signs of aging and understand how important veterinary checkups are as your cat gets older.
Is your dog having trouble running, jumping or climbing stairs? It might be more than old age. Learn all about hip dysplasia.
Done right, training will benefit not only your dog, but also you. Here’s our expert guide to training an older dog.
Got a senior cat? It’s a good idea to look ahead and figure out what adjustments you can make to help your older cat enjoy life more.
All pets love unconditionally, but senior pets love more deeply. Here’s what you need to know about adopting an older pet.
Dogs are living longer, but this means more of them are living with arthritis. These 10 methods of treating arthritis in dogs can give pets their bounce back.
There is no “cure” for cognitive dysfunction in dogs. However, your veterinarian may suggest these medical possibilities.
Just like us, dogs and cats can suffer from high blood pressure, or hypertension, and need regular screenings to detect it. Here’s what you need to know.
Training a senior dog doesn’t have to be impossible. Here are some helpful tips that can help your pet age gracefully and actively in your household.
Do you have a dog that’s at least 7 years old? In this article, Dr. Kenya Crawford, DVM, discusses senior dogs’ health needs.
If you think you can calculate dog or cat years by multiplying by 7, think again. That’s the OLD way of doing the math.