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Five Myths of Having a Senior Dog | FEATURED CONTENT FROM THE BLOG

Some people think having an old dog is the opposite of fun. I beg to differ with them. Cleo couldn't have been more fun and cute, entertaining and full of personality. At 13 years old, she still made us feel protected with her booming barks, and watchful radar-like ears listening for trouble.

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If you fear loving an older dog, here are five myth-busters that come from our life with a senior dog. Read them and then consider adding an older dog into your life by adopting from your local shelter.

Myth 1. They're boring.

Fact: How can you be bored when you have this face around keeping you in stitches?

Read all of the five myths