Pet Care

  • What To Do If Your Senior Dog is Overweight

    Overweight Dogs: What to Do? The best thing that you can do for your overweight dog is to help him or her lose the extra pounds. Though this is important…

  • Exercise Tips for Senior Dogs

    Exercise is crucial for all dogs, but especially for senior dogs over the age of 7 if they are a small dog, or over age 6 for larger dogs. It’s…

  • Latest sponsors & partners

    The Elderly Pet Organization is pleased to announce it’s latest partners and sponsors for mid year 2022. For a complete list of our sponsors or to shop our partner websites,…

  • Paying for Senior Pet Care

    As pets age, they often require more care and trips to the veterinarian. Paying for your senior pet’s care can become challenging if your pet requires surgery or has a…

  • Helping Senior Pets with Mobility

    Mobility in Senior Pets As the years go by, some older pets can start to have difficulty with mobility. You may notice your senior dog lagging behind on their usual…

  • Caring for Your Senior Cat

    According to the American Veterinary Association, cats are considered seniors at age 7. Today, cats are living much longer than they did 10 years ago, thanks in part to advances…

  • What is CBD and How Can it Help Senior Pets?

    What is CBD? Cannabidiol (CBD) has become more widely available for pets over the past few years, and we receive many questions about whether CBD is helpful or harmful to…

  • Why a Pet Monitor Camera is Helpful with Senior Pets

    As pets age, there are many reasons why a pet monitoring camera can be useful, especially if you have never monitored your pet in the past. Older cats and dogs…

  • How an Activity Tracker Can Help Senior Pets

    Older pets need special care and attention, especially if they suffer from certain conditions or ailments. An activity tracker can help senior pets in a variety of ways, to keep…

  • Senior Pet Separation Anxiety & Returning to the Office

    It’s been a long year and a half and now that restrictions have been lifted in many places, people are returning to the workplace. Our furry friends have been accustomed…

About Us

The Elderly Pet Organization is a 501C3 non profit organization whose mission is to provide information and education about senior pets. Our goal is to end senior pet abandonment and premature euthanization, while increasing senior pet adoptions throughout the US. We accept donations of unwanted items, as well as cash donations to help us with our cause. Read more about us.

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