I understand the panic you must be feeling when you come to the realisation “my dog is going blind.”
Vision problems can be tough to catch early, even if our dogs are showing us there’s a problem. They may be walking a bit slower than usual, don’t seem interested in walking as much as they used to, even becoming startled when someone approaches.… Read full post
Whether it’s vision changes in older dogs or you are already living with a blind dog, figuring out the best way to care for him (or her) can be overwhelming. I adopted my first vision impaired dog about 9 years ago, and then next dog I adopted was totally blind. I had no rule book I just figured it out as I went along.… Read full post
Blindness should not stop your dog from playing, so in this post I’m going to be talking about toys for blind dogs.
I often use my senior dog Red and my life with her, as an example for many of my articles. Although she is blind, and has been since we adopted her almost 7 years ago, she doesn’t know how to play, and no amount of effort on my part has gotten her interested.… Read full post
It can be quite scary when your dog goes deaf, but this article will help you with everything you need to know about hearing loss in dogs.
While hearing loss in senior dogs is not an absolute, partial or full hearing loss is common. Your dog will begin to rely on his other senses, and can still live a very happy, good quality life. … Read full post