Adopting a senior dog is one of the best decisions you could ever make, and we’re not being hyperbolic! Senior dogs are sweet souls arguably more eager for love and affection than rambunctious puppies. Sure, older canines present their fair share of challenges. Chances are vet visits will be more frequent and bills slightly higher. You may have to incorporate daily medication into your dog’s routine. It’s also not easy to see a senior dog struggle with mobility or cognitive issues. Keeping a senior dog comfortable and healthy in their final years is a time-consuming and emotional process. Yet pet lovers with the energy and heart to adopt a senior dog find it to be an incredibly rewarding experience. We couldn’t agree more.