This blog post appears on the “Zesty Paws” website:
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), small dogs are geriatric at the age of seven, and some larger breeds turn senior at six years old. Technically, that means there’s a lot of senior dogs out there! It’s no wonder that vets see an awful lot of older dogs for mobility issues.
When both humans and dogs age, the muscles and joints that help with movement may become less efficient at performing their tasks. The good news is, we have some paw-some tips and tricks that may help you manage your furry friend’s mobility to help them grow old gracefully.
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