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You may not think about it but even your older pets are at risk to have unwanted “guests” in ticks this time of year! Do you know the tick lifecycle? http://www.pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/dog-diseases-conditions-a-z/lifecycle-a-tick
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Especially with an older pet, changes may have to come into your home to allow for them to still be able to accomplish a normal routine like stairs, car rides, and navigating around/on furniture.
Have you thought of doing any of these? https://www.rover.com/blog/mobility-problems-in-older-dogs-helping-your-dog-get-around/
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Now that spring is here have you thought about an exercise (or enrichment) program for your older pet? https://www.dogids.com/blog/5-tips-to-keep-your-senior-dog-more-active/
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Hopefully the warmer weather of spring is right around the corner!
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Even as they age exercise is essential for your pets. What do you do with them? https://www.petmd.com/dog/wellness/evr_dg_exercise_for_your_senior_dog
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In general, cold temperatures should not become a problem for most dogs until they fall below 45°F, at which point some cold-averse dogs might begin to feel uncomfortable. When temperatures fall below 32°F, owners of small breed dogs, dogs with thin coats, and/or very young, old, or sick dogs should pay close attention to their pet’s well-being.

Looking for more information? https://www.petmd.com/dog/care/how-cold-too-cold-dog
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What do you do to enrich your pet's life? Do you know how to keep toys and puzzles clean? http://veterinarybusiness.dvm360.com/client-handout-care-and-keeping-puzzle-toys?eid=222797493&bid=1778160
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How often do you think about enrichment toys for your aging cat or dog? Do you know how to keep them clean? http://files.dvm360.com/alfresco_images/DVM360//2017/05/11/b8ebd40c-25b2-4dc2-8ae9-b879dcf192c3/veterinary-handout-puzzle-toys_ID-6203390-final.pdf
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