The Agility Rocks! Moderator
Join Date: Aug 2001
Location: Bushkill, PA (The Poconos!)
Truthfully, with her being over 14 years old she's not going to be around forever so I think assuring the issue isn't from pain (and you have) and then just loving on her and managing her as well as you can for the rest of the time she is in your life is the way to go.
I know for me, having a senior dog is alot like having a new puppy. I really have to change my life for a year or so to revolve it around their needs and adjust when I have to. The older dogs start not hearing as well, seeing as well, and I'm sure they have quite a few aches and pains. Added to the fact they are dogs and have no idea what's going on and why things are changing so it's got to be a bit disorienting and confusing for them.
So just continue to keep ahead of any possible pain. Enjoy as much time as you can for as long as you have left with her.
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