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SENIOR SUNDAY! Adoption Convert Story shared with us from our friends at @susiesseniordogs: "Having grown up with a dog that was purchased from a breeder, I had always seen myself finding my first dog in a similar way. For many years, I thought that the only responsible and ethical way to own a dog was to find one from a reputable breeder. However, as a young adult, I became aware of a shelter in Phoenix, where I lived, and became inspired by the work that they did helping animals. These…

Older dogs have special needs, but senior dog care doesn't have to be challenging. Find the info. you need in this practical guide to taking care of your golden oldie.

ADOPTED! Winston and Missy are two senior dogs who had been neglected and living in undesirable conditions. Now with Furkids, they have received much needed care. They have lived together all their lives, so Furkids is on the lookout for the perfect forever home in which Winston and Missy can live out their golden years together. Their adoption fee is $0. Please consider giving these senior dogs a home. To view available dogs, go to https://furkids.org/dog-adoptions.

ADOPTED! Missy and Winston are two senior dogs who had been neglected and living in undesirable conditions. Now with Furkids, they have received much needed care. They have lived together all their lives, so Furkids is on the lookout for the perfect forever home in which Missy and Winston can live out their golden years together. Their adoption fee is $0. Please consider giving these senior dogs a home. To view available dogs, go to https://furkids.org/dog-adoptions.

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Dog dementia, also known as canine cognitive dysfunction, is being diagnosed more frequently because dogs are living longer than ten years ago. It’s important to be able to identify the signs and symptoms of dog dementia in order to slow the progression of the disease.

Staff Sgt. Winston Campbell and military working dog, Lleonard, advance toward a Sikorsky MH-60T Jayhawk during a training session with the U.S. Coast Guard June 30, 2014, at Air Station Clearwater, Fla. Exposing a dog to the noise and high altitude uses successive approximation to acclimate the dog, which is crucial when deployed. Campbell is a 6th Security Forces Squadron MWD handler. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Melanie Bulow-Gonterman)