Is your senior dog suddenly becoming less responsive to you? Started ignoring commands? One of the culprits may be your aging dogs hearing loss.
As we age, there are physical changes in our bodies including a change in our vision. Although you may have been born with 20/20 vision, you may lose some vision as you age. This same can hold true for dogs. Just like us, dogs can go blind in one or two eyes. Fortunately, most causes of vision loss in dogs … Read More
It is often said that the only bad part of being a dog owner is that dogs are on this earth for too short of time. So true! The most you can hope for is for your dog to live a long, happy life and enjoy his senior years. How well you take care of your dog – regular vet … Read More
June signals the official start of summer and hopefully a break from the pandemic. Summer can also mean high temperatures, ticks, sunburn and even heatstroke so you must be careful. It is important you keep you and your dog safe by following these safety summer tips, whether your dog is a senior or puppy! Made in the Shade You need … Read More
As the days are longer and the weather is better, you can have even more fun with your dog, senior or not! Dogs can get easily There are many things about spring that can be downers and some great activities that lead to lots of run. First, we’ll talk about some dangers, then we’ll hit the highlights you won’t want … Read More
Acupuncture originated in Chinese medicine and has been used for thousands of years to treat chronic pain in humans. Acupuncture restores the natural flow of Chi, or energy, stimulating neural-hormonal pathways to release hormones that reduce pain and inflammation. Additionally, the needles are said to improve circulation at the points they are placed. Acupuncture was first introduced for dogs and … Read More
Winter. By far the harshest season for your pet. Even if you live in the balmy southern states, you still may be stuck inside from long stretches of rains. So here’s some games to keep everyone active in the winter and mentally and physically stimulated. Fetch. Fetch is not just a game to play outside. I stand at the top … Read More
As our family was returning home from the store one icy, cold winter night, a raggedy animal jumped in front of our car. At first, we thought it was a coyote or small doe and were just thankful we didn’t hit it. We could tell right away it was hurt from the way it limped. Fortunately, my Dad quickly recognized … Read More