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WHAT YOU CAN DO . . .

Have an idea as to the average life


expectancy of your dog’s breed (if
known). Then you can start looking
for signs of age-related disease while
your dog is still middle-aged.

Twice-yearly veterinary exams are a


minimum for the senior dog. Blood
tests should be used at least annu-
ally. Increase these if you see, feel, or
sense something amiss with your
senior dog.

Reduce the stress in your older dog’s


life whenever possible.