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By Kristen Seymour | 2

How to create a comfy, safe space for senior pets. Nothing tugs at our heartstrings like the graying muzzle of a four-legged friend. Those of us fortunate enough to have shared our homes with a senior pet know that, as rewarding as it is to spe… more ›

New Environments for Older Pets
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PetSafe's Heated Wellness Pad has an electronic thermostat that cycles on and off to maintain perfect temperatures and reduce energy consumption. When your pet wants a little warmth and comfort, place the pad with the yellow label side facing up (typ… more ›

PetSafe Heated Wellness Pad for Pets
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Jul 22, 2010 8:54pm | By TinytheDog

How often do you take your dog to get pampered? Is it possible for grooming tips to help your furry little friend feel better and alleviate some possible joint inflammation? Not only can dog grooming be a great way to keep your dog clean, but your do… more ›

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June 28, 2010 | By Mary T. | 1 | Urgency: Just Curious

What changes can I expect as my dog ages?

Mary T.
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June 28, 2010 | By Mary T. | 1 | Urgency: Just Curious

I’m afraid our older dog will be jealous — and might even hate — the new puppy we’re getting. What’s a good way to prepare for introductions?

Mary T.
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June 27, 2010 | By Mary T. | 1 | Urgency: Just Curious

Why is my Dachshund is losing hair on his ears?

Mary T.
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June 27, 2010 | By Mary T. | 2 | Urgency: Just Curious

Aside from the Early Bird Special and Senior Discount Unlimited Buffet, what should an elderly dog eat?

Mary T.
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June 27, 2010 | By Mary T. | 1 | Urgency: Just Curious

My 11-year-old dog is such a whiner. Is he stuck in canine infancy — or am I stuck with an elderly whiner?

Mary T.
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June 4, 2010 | By Mary T. | 1 | Urgency: Just Curious

Encourage your dog to keep doing what he’s always enjoyed — at a comfortable pace, of course — and to learn something new every day. Just because your dog is slowing down a bit — a little arthritis, perhaps, and not the specta… more ›

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