1. Dietary Requirements
As your dog ages, its dietary requirements will change. It’s usually recommended that you move your dog onto a senior diet around the age of 7, but discuss this with your vet beforehand. If you notice any changes in your dog’s eating habits - especially a lack of interest in food - make sure you consult your vet immediately. If you have other dogs, feed them separately so that your senior friend isn’t having to compete during mealtimes. It’s also vitally important your dog stays hydrated, so keep a water bowl topped up and close at all times.