Caring for senior canines

09/8/2011 | San Francisco Chronicle

Caring for dogs as they age can be an emotional experience as owners are forced to realize there is going to be an end to the relationship, but there are things owners can do to keep pets healthier in the hopes of prolonging the partnership, writes veterinarian Jennifer Scarlett. Limiting calories in less-active dogs may promote longer, healthier lives, she writes, and scientists are developing therapies to treat the cognitive changes that can come with aging, which owners can discuss with their veterinarians.

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