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15 Useful Tips on How to Care for a Senior Dog

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Maturing is an ordinary piece of life, and eventually all puppies progress toward becoming seniors. The vital thing to know is that senior pooches have diverse care necessities than youthful ones.

As a puppy ages, they turn out to be less portable, their listening ability and sight aren't in the same class as they used to be, and they are more inclined to different maladies. All things considered, getting more established isn't a capital punishment and canines can spend their brilliant years sound and upbeat.

Not all canines are thought about seniors at a similar age, so it is essential to see the principal indications of maturing and make the fundamental strides with a specific end goal to keep your puppy solid. To enable you to do that we will share a few hints on the best way to deal with a senior puppy.

Every one of them are imperative and will guarantee that your senior pooch remains sound, glad, and with you for a long time to come.

What occurs amid maturing? 
As a puppy ages…

Aggressive Behavior in Dogs (and Cats): How to Handle this Tough Situation

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The following essay is based upon thirty years of personal experiences working with dogs, cats and their caretakers. It is not intended to be a scholarly dissertation of psychological, sociological, or ethical foundations for behavioral modification. The views expressed here are my opinions ... you may have a different opinion based upon YOUR life experiences. You are welcome to and I will respect your opinion about this very difficult and emotionally charged topic.

While reading this essay please keep in mind that EVERY case of fear/aggression in dogs (and cats) is unique. No two animals or situations are exactly alike. Nevertheless certain predictable patterns are recognizable, and good judgment based upon informed and thoughtful introspection will lead you to your own best answers.                                               

Aggressive behavior in dogs (and cats) can, unfortunately, be a source of conflict for humans. A certain percentage of pets will display aggressive behavior t…