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 August 7, 2017 by Lady Bee

The bone broth craze has quickly gone to the dogs... and to the cats.  And why not?  If it's good enough to keep the the L.A. Lakers in shape, it's good enough for our pets.

Posted July 29, 2017 by Rebecca West

Got a kitty who doesn't like to play with toys? Maybe you're giving them the wrong toys or you're not playing with them right. Find out what you're doing wrong.

Posted July 14, 2017 by Rebecca West

Learn these seven dog park etiquette rules before you take your best bud for a little outdoor fun. By doing so, you'll ensure that everyone enjoys the experience.

Posted July 13, 2017 by Rebecca West

Older dogs and cats sometimes make better pets than puppies and kittens, depending on your circumstances. Regardless, they definitely deserve a shot at adoption, just like their younger counterparts. The Maricopa County Animal Care and Control in Phoenix believes that, so they're holding a "senior prom" for dogs in need of forever homes.

 

Posted July 10, 2017 by Lady Bee

Want your pets to sleep longer and better?  Here are some tips and tricks to help your dog or cat get better sleep - possibly on one of the new Best Pet Beds we have personally reviewed and recommend.

Posted June 30, 2017 by Lady Bee

Learn about the signs of dementia in your cat or dog and see what you can do to minimize the effects of this horrible disease through loving and supportive care.

Posted June 29, 2017 by Lady Bee

Pets, like people, can suffer from cognitive dysfunction as they age, and their symptoms can be very similar to those of humans with Alzheimer's disease.  But there are ways to prevent or delay it....

Posted June 28, 2017 by Lady Bee

"Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition occurring in adult dogs and cats, and is entirely preventable," according to the American Veterinary Dental College. In the wild, canines and felines eat the raw meat and bones of their prey and the abrasion of those foods help keep their teeth clean, but domesticated cats and dogs typically dine on processed foods which don't abrade their teeth adequately.