oldbonesanddust answered:I’ve always adopted dogs 8 years+ and it’s always been a treat. i think the hardest thing is to know when they need to be put down :(
khunt802 said:Below is Hazel! She’s only four, but she’ll be older someday…
mgrant12 said:Below is my 14 year old corgi, his name is Mickey. He still loves to play, but he is so tired most nights, he barely acknowledges us talking to him. He may be actually losing his hearing.
Kerri answered:Here’s RayRay from Oakland! a rescue from MILO Foundation twitpic.com/397vai
jellynotjam said:My Macy is a Shih Tzu and she just turned 13. She’s totally blind, doesn’t eat much (but never has), has arthritis, and is starting to become incontinent. I worry about her comfort. Anything besides hormones that’ll help with the incontinence?
talesofaniceberg answered:That is Jezebel, my deaf 14 yr. old JRT. What foods, supplements & care do you suggest for her, so she not only IS well but FEELS well too?
Mira answered:Nothing keeps an older dog young like a puppy in the home. Cliche, but true!
bthny said:(That is Ludlow, who is 10? years old & has a tumor in his mouth that keeps growing back, but he’s a fighter & has hung on. He lives with my parents & since I’m not the primary caretaker I’m mostly posting the photo to show how adorable he is!)