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Dog Health & Safety

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Ways to Improve the Quality of Life for an Older Dog

Many dog owners assume a dog won’t slow down until their teen years. However, the physical characteristics of an older dog begins as young as six. Aging sucks. Due to the short amount of time we get with our pets, it is extra hard on us humans. Maintaining a high quality of life for an older dog can be done through age-defying nutrients, age-appropriate accommodations, and activity. Below were sharing some ways we have kept our 12-year-old Boston Terrier spry, agile, and strong. Signs Your Dog is Aging Some signs of aging can be very dramatic, but most of the time…