Dogs have been popular animal companions for humans for hundreds of years. Today, in the United States alone, there are millions of homes that have at least one dog as a pet. Having any pet is an enormous responsibility, but with dogs in particular it can become an even bigger issue, particularly as dogs grow older. Just as puppies have unique needs before they’re fully grown, senior dog care also features its own set of unique needs. If your dog is reaching his senior years, and you’re unsure of how to best care for it, check out this article as it will look at several tips for taking care of an older dog.
- Be Prepared for Potential Accidents: One thing to be aware of when taking care of a senior dog is that there’s a good chance accidents will start happening around the house again, particularly if your dog reaches an advanced age. No matter how well trained your dog is, it is not uncommon to hear of an older dog peeing in house due to medical issues that come with old a