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Does your old dog need a refresher course? We’ve got essential tips on how to house train an older dog. Just because your pooch is no longer a puppy, it doesn’t mean that your house training days are behind you. When your dog starts getting on in age, you may have to revisit the process […]

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Looking to adopt? Choose an older dog. There are plenty of reasons why you should adopt a senior dog, and we’ve outlined just 10 of them! We’ve all heard the expression “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks”, but odds are most of us haven’t stopped to consider that if you adopt a senior […]

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A dog labeled as the Unluckiest Dog at Battersea’s Dogs and Cats Home may be the one to bring you the best love ever.

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Animal Planet’s Dog Bowl game will shine a light on the plight of older dogs looking for their forever homes.

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Before you rescue a pooch and bring him home, watch out of these common adoption mistakes.

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Hilarious book warns dog lovers to stay away from puppies, and adopt a senior dog instead.

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Loss of vision doesn’t mean your pooch can’t enjoy his life – we’ve outlined a few tips on how to help your blind dog For many dogs, loss of vision is a consequence of aging but it doesn’t have to be a major problem. In fact, dogs often learn to cope with vision loss and […]

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It’s not easy to talk about, but you should have a palliative care plan in place for your older dogs Nothing is more heartbreaking than seeing your beloved dog in pain. As a pet parent, you want to do everything you can to help your dog get better when he is sick. At a certain […]

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The star and the inspiration for this post is Kevin Roberts’ dog, Willow, who has since crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. He brought her home when she was 3 years old, and she lived with him until she was 15. Kevin feels lucky that Willow was able to hike with him right up the day […]

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Don’t wait until it’s too late to take out dog insurance Life would be so much easier if a loud, flashing red buzzer alerted you right before your dog did something dangerous. We’re pretty sure every dog owner would buy one. It would sure cut down on your dog’s medical bills (not to mention the […]

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