— The sick Pug was dumped at an SPCA in a box after years of breeding; now, she gets to enjoy life.
— Little white hairs have taken over Ranger's head, like mine, but he doesn't seem to worry.
— The writer uses compassion rather than vitriol in addressing the former owner of the dog, Cathy.
— Danny can now check off "Be a Dogster Hero" from his canine bucket list.
— His ex-owners said they found the abused dog by the side of the road, but the truth came out.
— Remy now has a forever home with the Sisters of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine in New York.
— Joe Marko has been fostering senior pups for Muttville since 2008. Since then, he’s lost track of how many dogs in need have come through his door.
— Meet Ottis, a therapy dog who also helps troubled pups find their forever homes.
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— This Dogster member completes the series highlighting Adopt a Senior Dog Month.
— For Adopt a Senior Pet Month, we're giving away two copies of the book by TV producer Tom Cohen.
— November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, and Dogster has 2 copies for this giveaway.
— Elliott was given up because he is old, and now he's in foster care. Might Adopt a Senior Pet Month make his dreams come true?
— We've had so many, our place resembles a canine geriatric home. Here's what we've learned.
— We start our senior dog features at Dogster HQ with Beasley, a Pekingese who shows that dogs can get better -- and a lot weirder -- with age.
— Varsha was the 2,000th dog rescued by the San Francisco group, and she's available for adoption.
— Do you have a favorite senior dog in the Dogster community? Nominate that dog for a chance to be featured on our homepage.
— No, but a similar cognitive disorder can occur in older dogs; its symptoms can be progressive, and sadly, no good treatment is known for it.
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— Our time with Sadie Mae the Westie was fleeting, but we were grateful for every minute.
— My family brought Schwartz the Dachshund home when I was in fifth grade. Now he's 17 and living with me.
— The singer breaks the news to fans via Facebook, and in the process turns in an incredible ode to a great dog.
— Photographer Nancy LeVine traveled across the country to capture the dignity of elder dogs.
— My dog Bowery has been with me through everything, the good times and bad. I'm forever grateful to my old friend.
— Even as her gait slows, her face grows whiter, and her eyes get dimmer, my dog is still the loveliest creature. I want our last years together to be the best ones.
— Don't give up on senior dogs: With a few small adjustments to your daily routine, you both can get the maximum wellness benefit from your daily outings. Here's how.
— When your dog is in his senior years, settling into a more relaxed pace of life is to be expected. Puppies are full of energy, but now that your dog is older, expect less intensity with playtime.
— The senior years are a fun and rewarding time with your dog, especially if you understand the changing wellness issues at paw.
— On average, dogs are considered senior at seven years old. This is a good guideline for approaching your dog’s age, but being seven years old doesn’t automatically put your dog into a new category.
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