In this monthly blog post, we're going to go over a few tips and tricks that can help your pup enjoy their golden years.
Consider the flooring
When it comes to slick floors, your senior pet may have a hard time getting traction.
Consider rugs, mats, or runners to help your old dog get a grip!
Shave the socks off
If your pet has excessive toe fur, it's like they are wearing socks!
With slick floors, this can cause a loss of traction and increase the risk of injury.
Take those feet to the groomers.
Give them a safe space
Younger pups wanting to play? Curious children around the house?
Your older pup may need some time away, so consider making them a safe space where they can get away and relax
Keep them sharp
Keep the mind engaged with some mind stimulating toys!
If your pet struggles to bend down, consider a snuffle mat on a stool. If you pet struggles to chew, consider some soft chewy treats.
Keeping your pet active can keep them involved and enjoying their golden years