Archive for October 2, 2016
For many families who own dogs, these little (or not so little!) animals become well-loved members of the family. This is particularly true of pets who come into the family when the children are young. Puppy and child grow up together, and the beloved pet becomes an important part of childhood. But just as children grow up, so do the pets. Just how different is caring for older dogs? Here are some suggestions to consider.
Rest and Exercise
One of the obvious changes in older dogs is that they lack the high energy level that puppies posses. You may notice decreased energy during daily walks, playtime in the backyard or at the p