Tips for Making Your Pet’s ‘Golden Years’ Happy and Healthy
There’s no getting around it: Aging happens, even to our beloved four-legged friends. Like us, pets are considered seniors when they’re in the last third of their life span. While a cat may not be a senior until they’re 10, a Great Dane with a shorter life expectancy could be a senior when they’re six! One of the most important things to remember is that advanced aging is not a disease — it’s a time when your pet’s needs are changing. It’s up to you to help them with these changes. Read on for tips on how to help your pet live happier and healthier to a ripe old age.