Elderly Pet Products Blog

Best Pet Monitors for Senior Pets

Senior pets enjoy family time, and time with their pet parents more than anything else. A small dog or cat is considered a senior pet at age 7, and large dogs are considered seniors at age 6 – according to … Continue reading

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Best Flea & Tick Protection for Senior Pets

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, fleas and ticks are not just a nuisance, but pose animal and human health risks. They suck your pet’s blood, they suck human blood, and can transmit diseases. Some of the diseases that … Continue reading

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Review: Tractive GPS Tracker for Cats and Dogs

As pets age, they may have some issue with cognitive dysfunction (dementia) and as a result, could potentially wander off from the safe area around your home, get lost, or worse, never return. Pets are considered senior pets as early … Continue reading

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Best Hypoallergenic Elderly Pet Products

Pets can develop allergies at any stage of life, but allergies in elderly pets can be very frustrating, not only for pet parents but also for pets. Pets with allergies are often itchy and uncomfortable and can cause skin irritations … Continue reading

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Best Ramps for Elderly Pets

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, most dogs are considered geriatric at age seven. Larger dogs are considered senior pets at age six. As pets age, they can become less agile especially if they develop an condition like arthritis … Continue reading

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