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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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 »

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 »

Is there an organization that will take in older dogs to care for them until they die?

There are numerous no-kill dog shelters in the U.S. that take in older dogs. They make an effort to find adoptive homes for dogs, but care for them until they die if homes cannot be found. Such she... Read More »