Do you have an Old Dog or Old Cat? Or another aging pet?

We have the latest health and medical news on how to keep your older pets healthy.
We have information and advice on caring for Senior, Older and Aging Dogs, Cats, Birds and Other Pets.   We also have reviews and recommendations on the best products for keeping your senior pets strong and happy through their golden years.So please take a look below at the great articles we have for older pet owners.

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Here are some of our most popular articles related to caring for older pets:

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Posted June 24, 2019 by Lady Bee

Whether it's a teething puppy, an older dog, or an aggressive chewer, the JW Hol-ee Roller provides treats, mental stimulation, and chewing pleasure.

Posted June 24, 2019 by Ron Callari

High School kids today are not only brighter than previous generations, they appear to be more compassionate. Now termed 'Generation Z,' this is the demographic that follows the Millennials.

Posted June 20, 2019 by Lady Bee

Sometimes one looks at a pet product and thinks "Gee, I'd like to have something like that for myself." In this case, though, I don't know anyone who would carry me around....

Posted June 20, 2019 by M Dee Dubroff

Meet Paul Horton, a 59-year-old retired mechanical engineer, who owes his life to his six-year-old Golden Retriever, Yogi. Read on for more about his tragic cycling accident and how Yogi helped to rescue him.

Posted May 6, 2019 by Lady Bee

Pet parents are particularly pleased with the results of Superfood Supplements for digestion and coat, but when they report that their pets are behaving like youngsters again, that's a pretty good selling point....

Posted April 14, 2019 by Myra Per-Lee

.... It can help you find your perfect pet right from the first page of its website.

Posted March 13, 2019 by M Dee Dubroff

Meet Sadie, an 11 year-old  hero Pit Bull. She fought to escape from her home and brought  police back to the scene where they faced  a dangerous gas leak.

Posted March 6, 2019 by Lady Bee

Your dog's jaw, teeth, and gums may not be up to the challenge of a younger dog's bone. She still needs the chewing activity, but doesn't really want it.