Care considerations for senior dogs

02/20/2012 | Hannibal Courier-Post (Mo.)

After they turn 7 years old, most dogs are considered seniors. To safeguard older dogs' health, veterinarian Stephanie Sosniak offers recommendations, including twice-yearly veterinary exams. She also notes the importance of providing good dental hygiene, monitoring behavior changes, helping dogs maintain a healthy weight and giving them regular exercise.

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