Can you change an older dog's name?

Answer On One Hand: Dogs Will Try to PleaseA dog will always try to please his master. Your dog will always be happy when you arrive home after a day at work. Bridget Smith, who writes for Healthier Dogs.... Read More »

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Diabetes in Older Dogs?

Diabetes mellitus, the most common type of diabetes in dogs, usually affects older dogs from 7 to 9 years of age, says dog trainer Norma Bennett Woolf. A lack of insulin causes diabetes mellitus, w... Read More »

Older Dogs With Lymphoma?

Lymphoma is a cancer that affects mostly middle-age to older dogs. The majority of dogs that present with this disease--upward of 80 percent--do not have any signs of illness, but are brought for a... Read More »

Older Dogs With Arthritis?

Much like humans, as dogs age, their bodies undergo several physiological changes. Unfortunately, Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) or arthritis is a common condition found in senior dogs. Arthritis... Read More »

Hair Loss in Older Dogs?

As your dog grows older, you will notice changes in his appearance. The lenses of his eyes could turn a bluish gray color. His muscles will shrink and he could lose weight. Hair loss is not uncommo... Read More »