Welcome to your How To Care For Your Senior Dog or Cat
Being a little lighter rather than overweight can be beneficial to your senior dog or cat.
A dog with Vestibular Disease should be seen by his vet and may:
Spending as much time as possible with your older best friend rocks, but for those times you have to run an errand or head out of town:
Essential oils are similar to potpourri and smell yummy.
Which items are okay in moderation:
Yellow gums on your pet could be fatal and may be a result of:
The following may help your older dog have a better quality life:
Blueberries are great antioxidants fresh from the bush but check with your veterinarian for a cranberry extract as juices have sugar and the berry itself is bitter, yet it offers a wealth of benefits to older pets.
It is important for you to work through the separation you are feeling from a pet who has passed by going through these steps: Denial, Anger, Guilt, Depression and Acceptance. In time, giving love to another animal may be the best way to heal.
Cushing’s Disease can have many of the same symptoms as diabetes, such as increased hunger, thirst and urination. At the onset, get to your veterinarian for a proper diagnosis.