Dogs go through two distinct periods of ageing that can be supported by nutrition, mature and senior
Maturity generally starts from the mid-point in a dog's life, and this is a period when the signs of ageing are not yet visible. At this stage, feeding the appropriate diet can help in the retention of youthful vitality and helps assist the body to fight against the effects of cell ageing.
Not all mature and senior dogs have the same nutritional needs. This is why veterinary examinations are particularly important for older dogs. Be sure to take advantage of the advice and expertise of your veterinarian to address the individual needs of your mature or senior dog.
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