The holidays are a time of gatherings, decorations, seasonal treats, and festivities. Yet all of this disruption of routine, change in settings, activity, and noise can be stressful on our canine friends. Here are signs of holiday stress to look for if...read more
It's important to be informed about the signs of diabetes, especially for our senior furry companions. We at Senior Paws want to share some essential information on the disease. Diabetes mellitus occurs when the body cannot use glucose—the main source of...read more
Thanksgiving is coming up, and this time of year reminds us to pause and take the time to reflect on gratitude. We're thankful for the pets in our lives: the love they give, the joy they bring, and how much they just make things so much better, no matter...read more
As pet-owners, you want to ensure that your home is a peaceful sanctuary for your senior furry friend. Making your home a space where your pet can relax and feel safe is important to his overall health. Here are steps you can take: #1: Practice what you...read more
As our furry friends advance in their years, they're more likely to develop cancer. While there are many forms of cancer, some are treatable with prompt intervention. Early detection gives your pet the best chance for a positive outcome. Keep an eye out...read more
As our pets age, maintaining a healthy weight becomes more critical to their overall health. Overweight and obese pets are at increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, orthopedic disease, and more.Here are four ways to keep...read more
Is your cat missing the litter box? Our feline friends are highly sensitive to stress and environmental changes, which can often lead to urinary issues. Check out these reasons your cat may using something else other than the litter box for toilet...read more
Dogs are our faithful companions, always loving us and showing us devotion. You probably would want to do anything you can to ensure he's healthy and comfortable. September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, and we want to share some of the signs that might...read more
We adore our senior cats! What's not to love: they're cuddly, calm, and cute as ever. As they age, it's important to keep in mind what they require so that they enjoy their golden years. Check out our top 10 list of health tips for senior cats: 1. Schedule...read more
Want to know how you can show your senior pet some love and affection in her golden years? Here are our tips on how you can make your fur baby feel cherished.#1: Teach your old dog (or cat) new tricks.Senior pets can suffer from declining cognitive...read more
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