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As your cat ages, you can expect certain changes in their body and behavior. The aging process is normal, but that doesn’t mean old age has to be a pain. Here's how to watch for signs of problems and work with your vet to keep your senior cat happy and healthy.
Preparing questions for the vet helps you and your senior dog get the most out of your next visit. Here are 10 questions to ask at your senior dog's next vet visit.
Carrying extra pounds could put your senior cat at risk of certain diseases. So what food and nutrition strategies can be implemented to help aging felines slim down and get healthy?
How do dog years correspond to people years? The rule of taking your dog’s age and multiplying by seven doesn't always work. Learn how to calculate your dog's age here.
From the time your bring your puppy or kitten home, to the time they have reached their senior years, veterinary care will always be required. How much and when all depends on which life stage your pet is in as well as any health problems. Learn more here about how to care for your pet as they age.
Learn about the symptoms of the most common and the most concerning diseases that can affect your senior dog here.
Cushing's disease is one of those diseases that is extremely difficult to detect because the symptoms can be linked to such a wide number of different ailments. Find out here some specific warning signs to look out for as your dog ages.
Cats can live 20 years or longer, and over that time they can rack up thousands of dollars in food, veterinary care, and more. Find out how much it costs to raise a healthy cat -- and where you can save.
There are many dog food options to choose from on the market today. Let us help you build your dog a proper diet they'll benefit from.
Cats come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. As such, different cat breeds have different life expectancies. The average lifespan of a cat depends on a lot of variables -- from diet and exercise to their overall health to their breed. To get a better idea of your cat’s expected lifespan, check out this list of cat breeds and average ages.
Female cats have a different appetite than a male cat does. Depending on what life stage your cat is currently at, whether she is spayed, pregnant or nursing, there are important nutritional facts every parent of a female cat should know.
Dogs can suffer from sleep disorders, too, and lack of sleep can lead to recurring health problems. Learn what kinds of sleep disorders can affect dogs.
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