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Traveling with your senior dog

Taking a senior dog on summer vacation with you? Here are 8 ways to keep safe and comfortable while traveling and at your destination. With...

Canine cognitive dysfunction and vitamin D

Sometimes referred to as “doggy dementia”, canine cognitive dysfunction affects many senior dogs. A deficiency in vitamin D3 could be the cause. Is your...

How acupuncture helped a senior cat walk again

An elderly cat with radial nerve damage in one leg makes a full recovery thanks to acupuncture. I discovered the healing benefits of acupuncture when...

Improve memory function in older dogs and cats

An interest in senior animals led to an innovative supplement that helps improve memory and cognition in companion animals. As people age, they often experience...

Do you know what age your dog is?

Dogs age much faster than humans. But, at what age is a dog considered a senior...or a geriatric? Well, there is no real simple answer....

When is a dog a senior?

Our dogs and cats are generally considered senior when they reach seven to nine years. But the rate at which they actually age varies,...

Cognitive dysfunction in cats

Cognitive dysfunction can't be cured, but it can be slowed down and managed with nutrition and lifestyle changes. If you have an older kitty, you...

Caring for your senior dog

A growing number of dogs are living past their mid-teens. Here are seven factors to consider when caring for your senior canine companion. Sweet was our...

The latest on vaccination

We’ve known about the risks of over-vaccination for awhile now, though many veterinarians, trainers, boarding kennel operators and others still promote yearly boosters. Learn...

Helping your senior pet age comfortably

Here are seven steps to help your senior pet age gracefully and comfortably. Is your companion slowing down? Are his senses not as sharp as...

Cataracts in dogs

Have you ever looked into an older animal’s eyes and seen a strange milky color there? It probably means he has cataracts. Cataracts occur...

Preventing bone problems in dogs

Growing puppies are prone to angular limb deformities and other bone problems. Find out why, and how to maintain good bone health. If you’ve adopted...

Treating bone problems in dogs

Osteoarthritis and osteosarcoma are two of the most common canine bone problems. Find out more about these painful conditions, and how they’re treated and...

5 myths about anesthesia for animals

If you feel nervous about having your dog “put under” for veterinary procedures, you’re not alone. While there are risks involved, anesthesia is safer...

Understanding dementia in cats

Did you know that most cats over the age of 11 are at risk for feline dementia? It’s one of the most common conditions...

Alternative dental care in dogs

Dental problems affect most dogs and can cause serious health issues if left unattended. A wholesome meaty diet along with energetic balancing are two...

Fatty lipomas in dogs

This article takes a closer look at lipomas in dogs, and helps you understand when to be concerned. As animals age, it’s very common for...

Deworming your animals naturally

Worried about worms? Here's the skinny on deworming your animals naturally — and keeping those pesky pests at bay once and for all! Intestinal parasites...

Supplements for senior animals

Along with an optimum diet, adequate exercise and lots of loving attention, the use of appropriate supplements for senior animals makes it possible for...

Supplements to enhance your pet’s well-being

Your animal deserves a life filled with love, good food and exercise. Based on his individual needs, you can often help nature along with supplements...

Incontinence in animals

Gain a better understand of urinary incontinence and learn what you can do to help your animal companion. A common problem in older dogs and...