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Helping Your Dog Cross the Bridge: How to Assess Your Dog's Quality of Life by Dr. Alice Villalobos

Dog lovers are now asking for more end-of-life services for their dogs for as long as they are able to maintain a good quality of life. However, what is a good quality of life for a dog? Dr. Alice Villalobos offers a couple guides for ensuring a dog's well-being in the final stage of life.

Treating Arthritis in an Older Dog

The first sign of aging that most owners notice with their dog is arthritis. You might see some slowness when your dog gets up, stiffness, and even limping for the first few steps in the morning or after a long nap. Don’t ignore aches and pains in your old friend; there are things you can do to make your dog healthier and more comfortable.

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