As dogs age, they slow down, exhibit behavior more typical of seniors and sometimes develop health conditions -- just like humans. If you have a senior dog, you probably already deal with some of these issues. If so, you will want to read an excellent and informative article, "Preventive Care for Senior Dogs" from the Dog Aging Project.
This article offers comprehensive, authoritative answers to the following questions:
- How often should I take my senior dog to the veterinarian?
- What signs should I look for that would prompt me to take my aging dog to the veterinarian sooner than six months?
- Once I get to the veterinarian's office, what should I discuss with my veterinarian? What information about my older dog is important to mention?
- What does a veterinarian assess during my dog's physical exam?
- What vaccinations should my senior dog receive?
- What preventive medications should my senior dog take?
- What diet and supplements should my senior dog take?
- Is dental care important for my senior dog?
Read the entire article here: https://dogagingproject.org/preventive-care-senior-dogs/?