Behaviour changes in senior dogs

Behaviour changes in senior dogs are usually as a result of age-related diseases. These diseases include arthritis, dental disease, cancer, diabetes, and other endocrine diseases. Additionally, dogs can develop canine cognitive dysfunction, a syndrome that is similar...

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Cognitive dysfunction in cats

Cognitive dysfunction is cats occurs in up to 28 percent of cats between the ages of 11 and 15, and 50 percent of cats over the age of 15, studies show, although it is not as common as in dogs. The exact causes of declining mental function in older cats cannot always...

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Workouts for senior pets

Workouts are more commonly associated with humans and Virgin Active but pets, particularly those that are ageing, need to maintain an active lifestyle too. Regular exercise promotes muscle strength, joint flexibility and overall health and is particularly important to...

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Health tips for senior cats

Senior cats have different health needs to younger cats. Here are a few ways to keep your oldie healthy: Regular vet checkups are vital Make sure your senior cat has regular visits with your vet. Cats over the age of 7 must see a vet once a year; twice a year if they...

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