Mature Adult Dogs 7+ (5 for large breeds)
Mind and Body
As dogs get older, there is a greater risk of developing age-related health issues. Learn what to look for in your senior dog.
Even after your dog is no longer a puppy, never forget the very important rule to "never take good behaviors for granted."
As your dog gets older, his needs and capabilities change. Here's more about what to expect from your senior dog.
Is your dog moving slower or taking longer to recover from a play session than he used to? Learn to recognize the signs of arthritis in your dog.
Great news for dog parents: Our dogs are living longer than ever before. Just like people, dogs have changing needs as they age. Here are some simple things you can do to help your senior dog stay healthy, happy, and vital.
In the dog days of summer, your dog just wants to play outside!
Did you know being just 20% overweight puts a dog at risk for developing many serious health issues?