There’s a lot of confusion among pet parents as to what makes a dog a “senior.” The discrepancies come from a variety of factors – age, breed, overall health and lifestyle. I personally believe that every single dog becomes a senior at a different time in their life, just like people do. But how do you know when your dog is a senior? I’ve come up with a list of signs to look for your in precious pup, and I also have suggestions for helping your aging companion.
A few weeks ago I shared with you all a dog food company called NomNomNow. This isn’t just any old dog food option – NomNomNow is fresh, home-cooked food delivered right to your door! In my first post, I introduced you to the entire NomNomNow order and delivery process. Now I want to let you know how my dogs feel about it, and share my overall thoughts on this modern, nutritious meal option.