Blog posts tagged with 'senior dogs'

Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth & Gums Is Important. Here’s Why.
Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth & Gums Is Important. Here’s Why.

Did you know that dogs can develop dental problems that can lead to other health problems? Without a dental care routine for your furry friend, dogs can experience oral issues like bad breath, tartar, plaque building, or gingivitis. When left untreated, bacteria introduced by the problem can enter your pet’s bloodstream and affect their heart, kidneys or liver.

Senior Dogs: Caring Tips for Pet Parents
Senior Dogs: Caring Tips for Pet Parents

Senior dogs have different care requirements than those of a younger dog. This fact probably doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone. But how do you know when your dog is considered to be a senior?