Since older animals face more health issues than youngsters, it's important to furnish them with a healthy, age-appropriate diet. As they age, pets need less fat and fewer calories, so you might need to check out your pet store's low-calorie or senior pet food offerings. And the same goes for treats: even minimorsels throughout the day can pack a fatty, high-calorie punch, so pay close attention to the nutritional information on the package.
Pampering Tip #4: Ply Them With Healthy Food and Treats
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