50+ Adults and Pets—Why It’s a Perfect Match

A new study shows older adults who own dogs are more physically active than non-dog owners Simply walking their pets caused senior dog parents in the study

Keep Fit with Your Fur Baby

By Dr. Becker Dog ownership makes sense for Baby Boomers, the generation born between 1946 and 1964. There are countless benefits to sharing life with a dog, especially

Conflicted About Getting a Pet Because You Think You’re Too Old?

Story at-a-Glance Pet ownership offers many physical and emotional benefits for seniors, although practical matters, such as health

Caring for Aging Pets can be Emotionally and Physically Taxing

Pets age faster than people, so it’s important to be realistic regarding the demands of pet ownership as both you and your pet age.

Owning a Pet Is Good for Your Health

Walking is great for your health, including when you’re older, and having a dog is a great impetus for getting out there and walking. In fact, in a study of

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