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Jennifer Kachnic: Senior Dog Care

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In this installment of our dog health seminars, author and president of the Gray Muzzle Association, Jennifer Kachnic discusses basic senior dog care, including the benefits of adopting a senior dog, how to tell when your dog is in pain, most common diseases and what can be done to prevent and treat them, end of life decision making and much more.

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  1. Senior dogs have different care requirements than those of a younger dog. This fact probably doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone. Thanks for sharing this informative article.

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    Sam Buddy


    Thank you for sharing this information. i personally believe that dogs should be given the right amount of love and care even when you are away. Specialists at dkc.ae say that it is best to leave your dogs and cats to those who best know their needs.

  3. My dogs name is Waggss he is a 19 year old pit bull {brindel} He just started to have a problem with his hine quarter. I brough him Cosequin plus and 1 Aspirin a day, its hard to know that he can pass on any day but he has bin with me for 19years its really going to hurt when he passes

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