6 Tips for Taking Care of Senior Dogs
A dog ages 7 years in 1 human year, they say. That’s not precisely true, but it is true that we dogs reach our senior years much more quickly than our human counterparts. A small or medium size 11-year-old dog is equivalent to a 63-year-old human, while a large or giant 7-year-old dog is closer to 72 in human years.
Senior dogs, like senior humans, need special care and consideration as they age. As a senior dog myself, here are my top 6 tips for preparing for and dealing with the complications of aging dogs.
Signs of Arthritis in Dogs (and What to Do About It)
Arthritis is very common in humans, but did you know it’s common in us dogs, too? Up to 1 in 5 dogs have arthritis, and just like with humans, it’s more common with age.
If you have a dog approaching his senior years, it’s a good idea to be familiar with the signs of arthritis so you can get prompt diagnosis and treatment, but be aware that younger dogs can have arthritis, too. Here are the signs to look for, and what to do when you suspect arthritis is the culprit.
Is Your Dog a Cruiser or a Snoozer?
News flash: Dogs are awesome! No matter if they’re big or small, purebred or mixed breed, active or lazy. Every dog deserves a happy life, and that’s what we’re all about at Snoozer Pet Products. So we introduce to you two types of dogs we love most: the #Cruisers and the #Snoozers. The Cruisers Some dogs want nothing more than to hit the open road. These are the “Cruisers.” They’re explorers by nature. There’s no tree they haven’t smelled, no…