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  • KEEP YOUR SENIOR PET HEALTHY AND HAPPY WITH THESE STEPS

    Owning an older pet comes with a lot of responsibilities, from setting up veterinary visits to making sure they’re safe and comfortable at home. It can also be costly, but there are several things you can do to easily take care of your animal without breaking the bank or affecting his health conditions.Learn more -->
  • HOW TO CARE FOR A SENIOR PET

    Taking care of a senior pet can be as much of a challenge as looking after a puppy or kitten. They require special treatment, often involving taking daily medications and assisting them in reaching the favorite chair that they always sit in. These tips will keep your pet feeling happy and healthy and will make their senior years as stress-free as the rest of their life has been.
  • 10 ESSENTIAL ITEMS FOR OUR SENIOR GREYS

    It’s a difficult fact that dogs age relatively quickly. Most Greyhounds are considered seniors at around 7 years old. An older dog’s behavior will give you plenty of hints as to what he needs to be safe, happy and healthy, but sometimes it helps to put it in words. If your senior dog could talk, here are ten things he or she would most likely ask for:
  • HELP YOUR SENIOR HOUND

    As your Greyhound gets older, he may start to have a hard time getting up off the floor or his bed, or trouble with stairs or getting into the car.  Here are some tips to make it easier on your dog (and you) to negotiate their new reality.

  • HAPPY GOLDEN YEARS

    Big dogs, like Greyhounds, are considered “senior” at about 6-7 years old. Just like us, as dogs get older, they become more susceptible to certain illnesses and ailments but you can take action to help them stay healthy and happy well into their golden years.