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6 Stylish Home Decor Items To Make Life Easier For Senior Dogs

3 monthes ago   |   By iHeart Dogs

Senior dogs often find it increasingly difficult to navigate stairs, slippery floors, and high furniture. In addition to these potential hazards, basic routines like eating and napping may put strain on aging joints.
Luckily, keeping your senior dog comfortable and secure is as simple as updating your decor. The following products not only ensure your home is a safe haven for your older pooch, they also enhance your style!
1. Anti-Skid Rugs
When shopping for senior dog decor, anti-skid rugs are essential for owners with hard flooring in their homes. According to scientific studies, up to...
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