DoggieLawn Explores: When Your Dog Becomes Elderly

Tuesday, March 10, 2015 01:42:15 PM America/Los_Angeles

They’ve been with us through thick and thin, and for some lucky owners, our dogs have been with us for over ten years! But did you know after a pooch reaches the age of seven, they’re considered elderly?

That’s right, and that means you may notice your furry friend – or even feline – having trouble reaching the bathroom in time. The trouble continues when owners are away for prolonged periods of time - at work. It’s always important to check out the issue with a veterinarian to ensure nothing serious is at hand. However, frequent bathroom breaks are all too common as our furry friends age. If you’re unable to find a dog sitter or friend to watch over your friend, our real grass DoggieLawns make an excellent placeholder for the bathroom while you’re away at work. DoggieLawn Explores: When Your Dog Becomes Elderly

Simply place your dog sod litter box inside your apartment for an outdoor-free experience. Your outdoor dog litter box can easily be used indoors, and picking up your dog’s potty is a breeze since it’s all contained on the dog litter box. We also carry poop baggies that come in a variety of colors and fun patterns to match your stylish pooch!

Photo: CristinaPessini; Elderly Dog;

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