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Old Dogs / Senior Dogs

A dog memorial is a great way to memorialize your dog after he has passed on. The best part: you can make your own dog memorial any way you want to.

My Pomeranian/Yorkie dog is 18 years old and he's lost all of his teeth. Here's how we got through the painful periods when he was losing his teeth and having difficulty eating. Plus tips for caring for a dog with no teeth.

Here are my best tips for determining the 'right' dog for you... it all starts with asking the right questions.

Our aging dog is still in reasonably good health and not suffering from many aches and pains, but his navigational skills have been reduced to what he can smell. With doggie cataracts and acute hearing loss that has eliminated most of our ability to communicate with him, he still seems to get around the house with little trouble.

As dogs age, they face the same physical problems that most elderly people find themselves dealing with, including incontinence. Our 18-year-old dog, Rascal, is no exception. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to help maintain your sanity when you have an incontinent dog...

It can be difficult to train an older dog not to pee or poop in the house. 5 important things to consider when housebreaking an adult dog (including how to housebreak a dog when you're busy and away from home a lot).

As as a dog's Senior years go by and the Geriatric years approach, we dog owners need to add a few more things to the list of what to watch for and do, in order to help our aging dogs get as much out of life as possible. Here are some Senior dog health issues to look for, plus some tips for providing daily care for older dogs.

The senior dog years can be hard -- on both the dog and the owner. But there are many things you can do to keep your older dog with you and feeling as good as possible for many years to come. Here's what to look for in terms of your dog's weight, energy, and behavior issues as he approaches old age.

Our American Eskimo dog is 15 years young and STILL going strong. But, truth be told, we thought he would have left this world ages ago. Here's what we've done so far that got him to be 105 in dog years...