As pets age, they tend to show it slowly; perhaps your Border Collie isn’t as quick to catch the thrown tennis ball as she used to be, or your feisty tabby cat is simply watching the birds outside the window rather than chittering at them. As your pet approaches his senior years, don’t assign him to the canine or feline equivalent of the rocking chair! With your help, your pet can still be healthy and active on into old age.
We know you’ve heard about it for humans – hemp oil, cbd oil, whatever it’s been called – but how much do you know about its benefits? The popularity of hemp is crossing over into the world of pets. Treats and supplements have proven to be a lifesaver for many senior dogs. Legal in all 50 states, CBD is a natural compound that’s safe, reliable and non-psychoactive—in other words, it’s not going to make your dog high.
When most people think of adding a new pet to their family, their first thoughts go to a baby. A kitten, perhaps, or a puppy. Maybe even a young rabbit, rat, or guinea pig. A baby, we think, will adapt to our family as it grows up.
Thanks to advancements in veterinary health and wellness, our pets are living longer, healthier lives. And with these continuing advancements come new tips and information on how we can help our furbabies enjoy their golden years. Just one of those ways is by giving your senior pooch supplements, which can help lessen the symptoms of common aging problems.
November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, so we sat down with a fantastic organization – Best Friends Animal Society – to learn all about what they’re doing for homeless animals, and what makes senior pets so special.
Kriser’s has always had a unique alignment with Ark Naturals, because both companies consider it part of their mission to educate pet parents about the benefits of thinking ‘natural’ as an option, regardless of whose products they are purchasing.