Here's to Healthy Senior Dogs

If your pet is over 7, he’s considered a senior dog. If you’ve had him since puppyhood the time flies by. Before you know it, the muzzle is going grey and you often start seeing stiff joints and other signs of aging.

Yet, did you know, there are ways you can make the aging process easier on you and your pet?

For example:

  • By keeping your senior dog mentally and physically fit you can help keep your dog feeling young and staying healthy.

  • You can learn how dental health is related to total body health and why it’s never too late to take care of your pet’s teeth.

  • There are many diseases senior dogs can be at risk for including cancer, diabetes, Cushing’s disease and so much more. Know the signs and protect your pet by feeding high quality foods and getting plenty of exercise.

  • Senior dogs may require special care.

    Catherine Potin of Happy Dog Connections dedicates this issue of her magazine K9 Reporter to senior dogs.

    Here’s what you’ll find inside:

  • How to keep your senior dog mentally and physically fit
  • How the right picture can save a life
  • What you need to know about diabetes in dogs
  • Senior dog and dental care … Is it too late?
  • Special need dogs and sensational seniors
  • Making it easier for your senior dog
  • 10 tips to help your arthritic dog be healthy and comfortable
  • Easing the way for your older dog
  • Personalized Mosaic Urn
  • The Letter to God

  • It's free to sign up.
    She’s also looking for a cover model for the May issue.

    So, if you’d like to your pet immortalized on the cover of a magazine, here’s your chance! There’s a ton of great prizes! But hurry, the deadline is March 30, 2012. Here's the link again.

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