It’s a difficult fact that dogs age relatively quickly. Most Greyhounds are considered seniors at around 7 years old. An older dog’s behavior will give you plenty of hints as to what he needs to be safe, happy and healthy, but sometimes it helps to put it in words. If your senior dog could talk, here are ten things he or she would most likely ask for:
Senior Greyhounds are the nicest dogs but often the hardest to get adopted. Many people feel that seniors only have a little time left and may have medical problems that will be too expensive or take too much time. The truth is that most Greyhounds live 10-14 years, and Greyhounds as a breed are one of the healthiest pure-bred dogs. Greyhounds are considered “senior” at 6-7 years of age. Most of them still have good years to give a loving family. There are so many reasons to adopt a senior Greyhound, but today we’re going to look at the top 10.