How to help senior dogs live healthier lives

10/20/2011 | Seattle Times, The

Dogs are generally considered to be senior when they reach age 8, but aging and the health issues that come with it can vary between individual animals, says veterinarian Karen Weeks. Aging dogs can face a host of physical issues, including ear infections, dental disease, osteoarthritis and cancer, which require regular veterinary exams to detect and treat.

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