Monday, June 20, 2011

The ABC's of Senior Dog Care--Diligent

In the school district where I grew up, one of the comments that teachers would put on the report cards of good students was “conscientious and diligent.” Like most pre-teens, I had no idea what this meant but my mom assured me it was positive. I looked up the words in an old school dictionary back then and got a basic understanding that I cared about my work. This is the perfect description of a senior dog: loyal and diligent. Though they might not be able to chase a thrown ball for hours or jump to your defense if there is a perceived threat, like the mailman ringing the doorbell, you can see in their eyes they still want to. Older dogs diligently watch and listen. They remain loyal at heart which is why we love them.

Looking for information on how to care for your beloved older dog? Old Dog Paws website is a complete library of articles, information and products to help you care for your dog into his senior years.

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