For those of us who embrace the philosophy of “A House is Not a Home Unless You Have a Dog,” living without a canine companion for any stretch of time can be unfulfilling.
Each dog has unique factors that contribute to the aging process, including genetics, environment, and nutrition. A general rule: the larger the breed, the faster the aging process. Smaller breeds such as Pomeranians often do not reach senior status until age 10 or 11, while larger breeds such as Great Danes may become a senior as early as age 5 or 6. For many dogs, the “senior years” typically start somewhere between age 6-10.
Using Happy Dogs CBD for your furry friends is not just a fad. There are many potential benefits of CBD that have led many pet owners to try it out for their furry friends. According to research (which includes studies on both humans and animals), CBD may have therapeutic properties that make it a great treatment option for many health conditions that affect dogs. These conditions range from topical issues to internal concerns and some chronic conditions. Lack of research prevents CBD from being labeled as a treatment for any cause, but here are a some conditions affecting dogs that may respond to CBD;