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Older Dogs and Stress

Older Dogs and StressAre senior dogs more susceptible to stress? What factors cause stress?What are the signs of stress? What are the dangers of stress for asenior dog? What should pet owners do to reduce stress?As your dog grows older, he may become less tolerant to stress around him. He may seem moody or even hostile [...]

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Understanding & Managing Senior/Older Dogs

Below are some tips for understanding and managing the changing needs of your senior companion: Loss of hearingAge-related deafness in dogs is relatively common and is often one of the first changes owners often recognize in their senior dog.Tune in to his other senses, like sight and smell, to communicate with him. Introduce hand signals [...]

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Dog Arthritis (Canine Arthritis) Treatment

If your dog could talk, understanding his/her needs would be a lot easier. But since dogs cannot speak, they can't tell you that their knees stiffen up after he plays too long - or that their hips hurt when they goes up or down the stairs. Your dog is counting on you to recognize the [...]

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Pain Management for Pets

Decades ago in veterinary medicine, pain was thought to be good for an injured or sick animal. This wasn’t because veterinarians were cruel or wanted pets to suffer; they believed that pain helped keep animals sufficiently quiet in order to heal. Plus, it was thought that there really wasn’t any way to know whether a [...]

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Power Paws Uses and Applications

For Traction:  Dogs with hip dysplasia and arthritis need traction.  Power Paws give dogs the power to stand, the power to move, and the power to stop!!  This translates to quality of life!  Suggested use is on the back feet only or on all four feet as needed. For Mobility:  Senior dogs often lose confidence and [...]

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End-of-Life Care for Dogs

Hospice or home care for dogs has come to the forefront in recent years. It can be an option when your dog has a terminal illness and you don’t want to pursue more aggressive medical care, but would like to provide comfort care for as long as possible. The goals of hospice are to control [...]

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Things That Help Aging Dogs

The most common problem in aging pets is arthritis; like people, their joints age and begin to ache.  This causes them to be less active.  At the same time, pet’s digestive tracts may become less efficient and absorb fewer nutrients.  If pets continue to eat the same food they did when they were younger while [...]

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Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation for Pets

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation for Pets What Is Pet Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation? Physical therapy and rehabilitation involve the use of therapeutic exercises to help pets recover from acute and chronic health conditions resulting from illness, trauma or surgery. Physical therapy can reduce pain and improve joint range of motion. Physical therapy can include hydrotherapy, massage therapy, cold/heat therapy, [...]

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10 Cancer Warning Signs in Pets

10 cancer warning signs in your pet  Lumps and bumps.  Not every lump is cancerous, but the only way to be sure is to consult a veterinarian.  If it grows or does not resolve on its own, a veterinarian can perform a biopsy to determine if it is malignant or benign. Abnormal odors.  Unusually foul odors from [...]

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Aging Dogs

Aging Dogs He's been your loving companion for a long time. He's still by your side, but he's not as frolicsome or attentive as he once was. It's inevitable – your beloved pet is growing old. His needs are changing, and he will depend on you more than ever to keep him healthy and comfortable. Most dogs [...]

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