Caring for Your Senior Dog

Low-impact exercise prevents strain on aging joints. Short, slow walks are ideal for senior pups.

Adjust Exercise  

Install ramps and carpets on stairs to help senior dogs access furniture and beds more easily.

Ramps & Stairs

Keep their mind active with games, training, and toys to prevent cognitive decline in older dogs.

Mental Stimulation  

Take your senior dog to the vet every 6 months to monitor health and catch issues early.

Regular Vet Visits

Cushioned beds and memory foam provide restful sleep for stiff, sore joints.

Soft Bedding 

Gentle massages increase circulation and mobility in aging muscles and joints.


Feed senior formulas or add supplements to provide joint, brain, and heart support.


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