I still remember the day I adopted our family's first dog! He was just a tiny puppy and, as we were driving home from the animal shelter, he "tinkled" in the car! We have had some great years together, and thankfully, he has remained a very healthy dog. Now that he is in his "golden years," he is still very healthy, but has developed a bit of arthritis. It is very important to keep an eye on an older dog's health, because unlike humans, they cannot "tell" their owners that they are experiencing pain. That makes frequent veterinary check-ups more important than ever for senior dogs. I have learned a lot about animal care throughout my life, including what I am learning about senior dogs, so I decided to start a blog to share my knowledge on. I hope I can help a lot of pets and owners!
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