When your senior dog suddenly acts strange and out-of-sorts, it is unnerving. The good news is that dramatic symptoms don’t always mean a devastating diagnosis. Dr. Julie Buzby, integrative veterinarian and founder of Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips®, shares her experience diagnosing old dog vestibular disease, a condition with symptoms that can rattle even the most dauntless pet parent…but usually ends in happily ever after. Read on to learn more…
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Searching for a trusted resource on senior dog care, dog health and wellness, and how you can give your dog the happiest life possible? As an integrative veterinarian with 20+ years of experience, Dr. Julie Buzby shares comprehensive information on canine topics you care about. From senior dog health problems like canine arthritis to everyday dilemmas like stopping a dog's nail from bleeding, no dog health topic is too big or small. Find thoughtful answers, delivered with a healthy dose of encouragement, in her award-winning dog blog, The Buzby Bark.
The word “frail” sounds downright dreadful, so when it’s used to describe your beloved senior dog, it’s easy to feel fearful, discouraged, and a tad bit offended. So how exactly does the term apply to senior dogs? Dr. Julie Buzby, integrative veterinarian and founder of Dr. Buzby’s ToeGrips®, welcomes Dr. Susan Davis, DPT to the blog to unpack what frailty syndrome is and what it means for senior dogs and their devoted owners.