10 Signs Of Aging Every Dog Owner Needs To Look For

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Is your dog less eager to run and play? It could signal early arthritis or thyroid issues.

Slowing Down

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Notice extra pounds on your dog? It might indicate a slowing metabolism or thyroid problems.

Gaining Weight

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If your dog ignores your calls, it could be hearing loss, not stubbornness. Try hand signals.

Not Responding To You

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More naps might mean joint inflammation or arthritis. Consider glucosamine supplements.

Increased Sleep

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Watch out for cloudiness; it could be nuclear sclerosis or cataracts. Visit the vet for diagnosis.

Cloudy Eyes

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As dogs age, they need more potty breaks. Watch for accidents and adjust accordingly.

More Bathroom Breaks

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Frequent accidents? Your dog might have trouble "holding it." Consult your vet.

Continued Bathroom Accidents

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Check for lumps regularly. Early detection is key, especially for potential cancerous growths.

Lumps

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Dry, flaky skin or hair loss? Your dog's coat condition could signal underlying health issues.

Deteriorating Coat Condition

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Difficulty sitting or moving? Your dog might be experiencing age-related mobility issues.

Slow To Do Something

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