Today is not the first time that I have written on the topic of regret. Vets witness regret on a daily basis when working with pet guardians who wish they hadn't waited for so long to deal with a health problem. Regret is the “best friend” of a whole bunch of characters that I would like you to meet.
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Watching your dog get older and less mobile is one of the hardest parts of living with a dog. I hope this article and video will help you and your senior dog feel better and also prevent younger dogs from injuries that lead to mobility issues down the road.
It hurts to see dogs get hurt. That is why I find it difficult to visit the dog park. You often see dogs being overworked and sustaining injuries that can bother them the rest of their lives. Find out nine ways to keep your dog happy and healthy with exercise that won’t result in harm.
No one wants to hear their dog has arthritis, but there is good news. You don’t have to panic because there are 7 steps you can use that don’t include drugs and can make all the difference when you hear the diagnosis of arthritis.
Living with dogs comes with much joy, but also the responsibility of keeping them healthy, happy and comfortable for years to come. By following some tried and true methods, you can make a huge difference in the quality of life of our senior best friends.
If you have a dog, this is one of the most important info you will read. Stiffness, tightness, arthritis and weakness are some of the most common reasons why dogs age and deteriorate faster than necessary. No matter if you have a young dog or older dog, this info will help you to keep him or her mobile and comfortable for the years to come. You can do all this without the use of harmful drugs that damage the liver and kidneys.