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Time’s relentless march brings with it subtle (and not-so-subtle) changes in our furry friends’ appearance, health and behavior. Tap our March pet health tips for ideas on keeping senior pets spry — and helping them age gracefully. 

Bonus treat: Download this month's free pet themed desktop for your computer, phone or tablet!

Did you know?

7 rules for the over 7 set is a vet-authored blueprint for parents of older pets. Dr. Ernie Ward’s in-fur-mative blog series covers senior testing, food, exercise, mental stimulation, symptoms to look for and so much more. 

It’s not easy to talk about but pets can also suffer senility. Dr. Kim Smith shares her beloved 13-year-old dog’s experience with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction, plus ideas for maximizing their quality of life and minimizing their health risks.

Teaching an old dog new tricks

How do you keep senior dogs mentally fit? Here are a few ideas from Certified Professional Dog Trainer Nicole Larocco-Skeehan! 


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