Boost Your Senior Pet’s Brain Power With Neutricks [Review]

By Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Dig this… a portion of this post is sponsored, but opinions are my own and 110% “pawthentic”! Anyone who has ever had the chance to be the parent of a senior pet knows just how precious the golden years can be for an animal. As they age, our pets may slow down a little, but they have a lifetime of love to offer, and they know how to show it! Depending on their breed, most dogs are considered seniors by the time they are seven years old. For cats, it's between seven and ten. One thing that parents of senior pets know very well, though, is that age is just a number, especially when you take proactive steps to keep them healthy. Of course we want to keep our pets happy and healthy well into their senior years. Focusing on their changing physical needs is important, but mental health also plays a huge role in helping our furry friends age gracefully. Just like people, pets can develop cognitive disorders as they age due to the loss of proteins that support brain ...