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The Facts About Senior Pets

Explore how aging affects different small animal pets.

By Erika Sorocco

The past few years with your pocket-sized pet have been some of the best in your life. You’ve shared cuddles with your critter and spent hours watching Cinnabun hop around his backyard rabbit run. But suddenly little Spunky just doesn’t seem that spunky anymore. And the petite, yet incredibly sweet Fanny seems a little slower than she used to be. 

It’s time to accept the fact that the little baby you brought home just a few years ago has reached the senior stages in life. And now, instead of teaching her new tricks, it’s your turn to find out just what to expect from your aging critter; and how you can make old age comfortable for your furry friend.

For the full article, pick up the 2010 issue of Critters USA or click here to buy the issue.


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