Helping Your Pet Cope With Growing Older

The little puppy you brought home ten or so years ago was a romping, ample brawl of fur. It jumped on your daybed with carelessness and never absent a little asperous play. A decade on, it is no best agog or active. It reminds you of old Mr. Jones a few doors away, who needs a walking stick.Old age strikes pets as it does humans. They accept the aforementioned aches and pains that grandpa and grandma have. Like your animal seniors, they may affectation moody, aberrant behaviors. As a pet owner,