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As dogs get older, their nutritional needs, health and activity levels change. Choosing the right senior dog food and knowing how to care for your dog as he ages can help keep him active and healthy through the rest of his life. Learn more about caring for your senior dog from our experts in the articles below.

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Can Dogs Eat Raw Meat?
Can Dogs Eat Raw Meat?
With the growing trend in raw food diets, many dog owners are wondering, “Can dogs eat raw meat?” Read from experts if your dog can, or even should be, eating raw meat.
Wet Dog Food Feeding Tips
Wet Dog Food Feeding Tips
Find helpful wet dog feeding tips including how much you should feed, how often to feed it and how to mix wet dog food with dry.
At What Age is a Dog Considered a Senior?
At What Age is a Dog Considered a Senior?
Your dog has a different life span than humans do, so it can be quite difficult to know exactly when your dog has entered a new stage in their life as a “senior” dog. However, it is important to pay attention to signs of ageing as this life stage can bring on the risk of age-related health challenges and opens up new opportunities for you to optimize your dog’s nutrition. Read on to learn at what age dogs are typically considered a senior and how to recognize signs of ageing in your pet.
When to Feed Senior Dog Food
When to Feed Senior Dog Food
While there are some visible signs of ageing that occur in older dogs, there are also changes occurring internally. As your dog reaches the senior stage of their life, their bodies and digestion start to change and their immune system may need some extra support. To give the best to your furry friend, you may want to consider switching them to a dog food for senior dogs. Read on for some advice on when to feed senior dog food and to find out what makes senior dog food different from adult dog food.
7 Tips to Keep Your Senior Dog Active and Healthy
7 Tips to Keep Your Senior Dog Active and Healthy
When dogs reach the age of seven or older, they may slow down, sleep more, play less and show other external signs of ageing. However, exercise, mental stimulation and proper nutrition can help avoid some physical and cognitive changes that come along with age. Read on for expert tips on how to keep your senior dog active and healthy.