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Category Archives for Senior Dogs

Staying Active with Your Less Active Dog

Is your dog physically challenged or perhaps you’re seeing a decrease in your dog’s ability to “keep up?” That doesn’t have to mean the fun is over – far from it! Today’s the

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Behavior Problems In Geriatric Dogs

Dear Jean, Our border collie, Fly, is thirteen years old. Aside from some mild arthritis, she has no health problems. In the last few months, she’s begun wandering around in the middle of the night,

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Tissue Salts For Senior Dogs

Tissue salts treat disease by supplying the body with deficient cell salts, the 12 inorganic compounds that make up the cell, thus assisting the body’s return to healthy functioning. This is based on

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