Just like people, as your dog moves into their senior years it’s only natural that their needs and behaviour will change. This is why thinking about elderly dog care is important for an owner.
In this article, we will explore what may happen when your dog ages and how to take care of your dog in their senior years to help keep them happy and healthy.
As your dog gets older, you may notice that their habits change. For example, they need more rest than they used to, or their hearing or sight may seem less sharp than it was before. It’s also common to see your dog going to the toilet more frequently than they did in the past.
It’s important to take extra effort to provide a comfortable environment that caters to your older dog’s needs. Ensuring that access to food and water is easy and providing a comfortable bed for your dog are just some of the steps you can take to ensure that your dog is comfortable.
Read on for our elderly dog care tips!