How to Move with a Senior Pet

Moving to a new home is a major adjustment, not only for you but also for your senior pet. Make the transition smoother by following the steps below. Before Moving Avoid doing too much packing at once.  Small changes will be less noticeable to your pet.  You should...

Human Pain Medications and Your Pets

One day your dog or cat is running and playing and seemingly bulletproof and the next day they are slow to get up, won’t jump, can’t do stairs, etc. It seems like it happens overnight and sometimes it does but pain is a natural and frustrating part of getting older....

How to Spot and Treat Senior Pet Anxiety

Just like people, dogs can suffer from anxiety.  Some dogs don’t develop this pet health condition until later in life.  If you suspect your senior dog has anxiety, keep reading to learn more. Anxiety Symptoms Here are some general signs of anxiety: Panting Licking...

COVID-19 and our Pets update May 2020: Where are we today?

As of today, May 12, 2020, a lot has changed when COVID-19 first hit the scene. As you can expect with any emerging global problem, the more experts and research we do, the more we are discovering. So, where does that leave us today? A few things have changed....

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Our 13-year-old Beagle likes to sleep on a warm spot on the kitchen tile floor, but for months he has had trouble getting up after he lays down. Having to either assist him in getting up or watch him struggle to stand over the last few months has been tough on us and...

Is Your Senior Pet Overweight? Here’s How to Tell

Senior pets typically face more pet health problems than younger animals do. Carrying excess weight will only add to those problems. Read this article to learn how to tell if your pet is overweight. Look at Your Pet Simply looking at your pet can help you determine if...

Top 4 Ways to Help Your Senior Pet Age Well

Senior pets deserve extra TLC. This special attention can actually help them age more gracefully while extending their lives. Keep reading to learn what you should do for your aging companion. Visit Your Veterinarian on a Regular Basis As your pet gets older, the...

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The Coronavirus and your Dog or Cat

Hello everyone, Dr. Bone here. I wanted to take some time today to put out a blog regarding the current situation going on in the world with Coronavirus. If you aren’t familiar with what is going on, a novel/new Coronavirus called COVID-19 is making its way...