When Is Dog Hospice Care A Good Idea?
Hospice care is the extra help a dog needs to handle incontinence, limited mobility, or other disabilities that impede her quality of life. It allows a dog to enjoy the life that's left for her by eliminating as much suffering as possible.
What Can I Do To Ease My Dog’s Arthritis Pain?
There are many ways to help your dog with arthritis pain. Here are a few ideas...
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 8 Ways To Help Senior Dogs Who Are Going Deaf
If you see signs of deafness in your senior dog, don't worry. There are plenty of ways you can still give your old pup a great quality of life, even if they can't hear anymore.
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 9 Ways To Help Senior Dogs Who Are Going Blind
If you see signs that your old dog is losing their vision, the good news is that there are many ways you can still give your senior a great quality of life even if they are going blind.
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 8 Ways To Deal With Incontinence In Senior Dogs
There are ways to reduce the effects of incontinence and properly clean up after messes to make things easier on your home and your senior pup.
Incontinence In Dogs: Causes & Prevention
Helping your dog regain control.
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 6 Tips For Cleaning Your Senior Dog’s Teeth
Up to 80 percent of dogs will suffer from gum disease at some point in their lives, and poor dental health can seriously affect seniors' overall well-being.
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 7 Tips For Giving Your Senior Dog A Bath
Bath time is important for dogs of any age, but it can be trickier for senior dogs that deal with arthritis, skin conditions, blindness, and more.
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 7 Tips For Walking Senior Dogs
Even though regular walks are great for dogs of all ages, there are some big differences when it comes to walking a senior dog.
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 6 Outdoor Exercises For Senior Dogs
Regular, moderate exercise can help keep blood flowing to senior dogs' muscles, get joint fluid moving, and stave off weight gain that can worsen conditions such as diabetes or arthritis.
8 Ways To Help A Dog With Dementia
The symptoms of dementia in dogs can be heartbreaking, but there are ways to help treat your dog, make them comfortable, and improve their condition.
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 6 Indoor Exercises For Senior Dogs
Indoor exercises can provide a low-stress workout for your gray-faced, senior pup that will help them avoid gaining weight, which can worsen arthritis and heart disease.
What is euthanasia? Will it hurt my dog? Can I be present? Let us help make your experience with euthanasia less stressful by explaining the facts surrounding the procedure.
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 7 Tips For Flying With A Senior Dog
If you must travel with your old dog by plane, make sure you and your dog are as prepared as possible, and start planning well in advance so you can be ready to meet your senior's needs and have a safe trip.
Gold Souls, Gray Faces: 7 Tips For Traveling By Car With Senior Dogs
Taking a road trip with a senior dog can be a challenge, but we'd gladly do anything to make our gray-faced pups more comfortable.
5 Non-Profit Sanctuaries For Unwanted Senior Dogs
Senior dogs are often unwanted, abandoned for a variety of reasons, watching as younger dogs get picked for forever homes before them. That's why senior dog sanctuaries are so important.
5 Ways To Keep Your Senior Dog’s Brain Sharp
Here are some great ways to keep your senior dog's mind active so he'll live happier and healthier in his later years.
Caring For Your Senior Dog
Dogs today are living longer than ever before, thanks to increasing knowledge about nutritional needs and advances in veterinary medicine. There is a price to be paid for those extra years however, and that price is an increase in geriatric disorders.
Why You Should Open Up Your Heart To A Senior Dog This November
November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month! We here at Dogtime know how amazing senior pets can be, and want to dispel some negative myths surrounding senior dogs.
Diagnosing And Treating Urinary Incontinence In Dogs
Urinary incontinence happens when a dog that is usually house trained and able wait until they find an appropriate place to urinate loses control of their bladder.