Posts Tagged “senior dog”

Bumblesnot-A Gentle King of His Castle Who Steals Our Hearts

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Bumblesnot-A Gentle King of His Castle Who Steals Our Hearts

By Buster Boy   Hello my pups, Buster Boy here with another interview with a new friend- Bumblesnot.   Tell us about your home and your human. It looks like you have trained him pretty well. Does he give you plenty of bacon? I live with The Tall Man (my human dad) and The Dark…

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Senior Moments- My Number One Secret to Caring For a Senior Dog

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Senior Moments- My Number One Secret to Caring For a Senior Dog

By Hindy Pearson     I truly enjoy writing these monthly articles, sharing my experiences and tips I’ve learned on the journey I take with my senior dogs.   I’m never short of topic ideas, yet this month I was overwhelmed by a number of issues I felt compelled to write about, and I had…

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Grooming Tips for Senior Dogs

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Grooming Tips for Senior Dogs

by Jenny Noland     It’s that part of life everyone is afraid of – getting old. It happens to you, it happens to me, it happens to our dogs. Sadly, our pet’s old age comes much faster than our own. The loveable pooch you’ve watched grow up, watched become a member of the family,…

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Two Seeing Eye Dogs Help Blind Senior Dog and Will Not Leave Her Side

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Two Seeing Eye Dogs Help Blind Senior Dog and Will Not Leave Her Side

  SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – A dog who lost both of her eyes due to glaucoma may not be able to see, but that’s not slowing her down thanks to her two canine “brothers.” Kiaya, a 10-year-old Akita from Waterford, Mich., battled glaucoma for two years before losing one eye and then, 15 months later, the…

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Daily Pet: Coco

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Daily Pet: Coco

Do you believe in love at first sight? I do. This story is the short version. I was toying with the idea of getting a dog. Then, I started looking at pictures of adoptable dogs online. Soon enough, I was stalking Coco and watching to see if she was adopted, and she wasn’t. For months….

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