As every dog lover knows, senior dogs give unconditional love, loyalty, and emotional support to their pet parents. These four-legged friends also provide warmth and companionship, and a serene, calming presence often accompanies their golden years.
But senior pets have different health concerns than their younger counterparts. Older dogs need extra care in their later years since aging slows them down. Some canines can't move quickly because of arthritis pain. Others suffer from changes in their eyesight, smell, and hearing. Here are 12 common problems that affect senior dogs.