Author: Elderly Pet Organization

  • Helping a Senior Dog with Incontinence

    Updated 5/17/2023 There are many reasons a senior dog may lose control over their bladder or bowels. Incontinence can be a symptom of several conditions. Certain breeds are more prone…

  • Diabetes in Older Pets

    Updated for 2023 Diabetes is more common in older pets, but it can also occur in younger or pregnant pets. The disease is more manageable if it is detected early…

  • Why You Should Donate Unwanted Items Rather than Consign

    As we accumulate more and more belongings over time, it’s common to find ourselves in need of decluttering our homes. Whether it’s clothes that no longer fit or household items…

  • Top Reasons to Adopt an Elderly Pet

    Why you should consider adopting a Senior Pet A puppy or kitten can require constant attention. A puppy can hold his bladder just one hour for every month they’ve been…

  • Which Pet Carrier is Best for Your Senior Pet

    As pets age, many senior pets prefer to spend more time with their pet parents. For some, there may be medications that need to be administered at certain times, and…

  • Rehoming Older Pets

  • How a Hands Free Sling Pet Carrier Helps Elderly Pets

    As pets age, many senior pets prefer to spend more time with their pet parents. For some, there may be medications that need to be administered at certain times, and…

  • Elderly Pet Bathing

    Bathing an elderly pet can present a variety of challenges. Whether you are dealing with an arthritic pet or a pet with skin issues, learning how to bathe an older…

  • Arthritis in Elderly Pets

    Signs of Arthritis in Elderly Pets Favoring a limb Difficulty standing or sitting Sleeping more Seeming to have stiff or sore joints Hesitancy to jump, run or climb Weight gain…

  • Elderly Pet Allergies

    If your pet is suffering with allergies, there are several steps you can take to help your senior pet. First, speak with your vet to determine the actual cause of…

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The Elderly Pet Organization is a 501C3 non profit organization whose mission is to provide information and education about senior pets. Our goal is to end senior pet abandonment and premature euthanization, while increasing senior pet adoptions throughout the US. We accept donations of unwanted items, as well as cash donations to help us with our cause. Read more about us.

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