📢 Welcome to the new Grey Muzzle website. We’d love your feedback.
Give Feedback

Heart Disease in Senior Dogs

There’s no single cause of heart disease in dogs. As dogs age, their risk of heart conditions increases. No matter your dog's heart condition, it’s important to spot the signs early. Dr. Geri Lake-Bakaar recently joined us for a webinar to discuss the diagnostic tools available to assess cardiac disease, approaches to managing it, and...

Canine Respiratory Illness: What We Know

In January 2024, Grey Muzzle invited Dr. Geri Lake-Bakaar to discuss the uptick in cases of atypical canine respiratory disease reported in many states. Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex (CIRDC), also known as “kennel cough,” is a highly contagious illness that affects a dog’s respiratory tract. Over the past few months, reports of increased frequency...

Anesthesia and Senior Dogs

As our furry family members age, they often develop health conditions that require ongoing management. Chronic health conditions like kidney and heart disease, among others, are more common in older animals and can complicate the use of anesthesia. That’s why working with your dog’s veterinary team is important, ensuring they understand your dog’s condition and...

Improving Your Dog's Mobility

As dogs age, so do their muscles and joints. To help improve mobility, Julia Robertson recommends Galen Myotherapy, a canine massage and exercise rehabilitation therapy, to help with chronic conditions and pain management. The Ins & Outs of Galen Myotherapy Myotherapy focuses specifically on soft tissue, like muscles and the myofascial system. Fascia is connective...