Bank Rate gives us tips from traveling with senior pets, to home and safety modifications.
For many pet owners, a dog or cat is not simply a pet, but rather a member of the family that is constantly by our side. In 2020, millions of people sought this deep level of companionship by adopting pets from shelters and purchasing from breeders. While demand may have surged because of the pandemic, many senior and disabled pets remain unadopted.
In reality, older pets can be wonderful additions to the family since many of them are already trained and have outgrown those tough, destructive phases. And pets with disabilities often have challenges which can be easily managed and allow them to function like any other pet. All pet owners will eventually face the reality of watching their own pets age, but there are some easy changes or adjustments that can be made to accommodate aging or disabled pets so you can continue providing the best life possible for them.
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