If you’re thinking about adoption, the advantages to bringing home an older dog are many. If the dog you’ve had since puppyhood is now approaching their golden years, it’s important to keep doing the things you’ve always done together. Here are a few things you should know about senior dog care.
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Over the decades we have embraced (and I mean this literally) our dogs just as we do our family.
Do males tend to get along better with other males, or would a female puppy be a better choice?
The more time you devote to housetraining and the sooner you start, the faster and easier it will be.
Must all puppies eat “puppy food” or is it okay to just feed them larger servings of regular dog food?
How do I determine when it’s time to say goodbye to my elderly dog?
What am I buying when I pick up dog food labeled “for seniors”?
What am I buying when I pick up dog food labeled “for puppies?”
At what age is it appropriate to stop feeding my dog puppy food and do I need to phase it out gradually?
So, you are on your way to pick up your new puppy…but wait! Have you prepared your home and family for your new arrival?