6 Things Only Senior Dog Parents Will Understand!Alli B.
When I was growing up, we rescued a 10 year old Boxer named Hooch. He was the cuddliest, smelliest, and most adorable friend Iâ€™ve ever had. He could clear a room with his horrible gas, slobbered more than I ever thought possible, and snored louder than my dad, but we wouldnâ€™t have had it any other way. He was only with us for 3 short years, but I will never forget how much love and joy he brought to our family.
Mine is probably a similar story for most who have had the pleasure of welcoming a senior dog into their home. Â November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month! Those who have had the opportunity to love a senior dogÂ know the true joy that a sweet senior can bring into a household, and that there are certain things only senior dog parents can understand.
Here are 6 things that onlyÂ senior dog parents will understand.
6. Senior Dog Snuggles = The Best Snuggles
These sweet seniors have perfected the art of cuddling, and arenâ€™t afraid to share it. Dogs are like a fine wine, they just get better with age! If you were looking for the perfect cuddle buddy, look no further than your senior pup!
5. With A Senior Dog, What You See Is What You Get.
Puppies are the quickest to get adopted at a shelter, and often get all the glory, but senior dogs are where itâ€™s at! Itâ€™s hard to tell how big a puppy will actually get, or what kind of personality they will develop because you are adopting them when they are so young and small. When you adopt a senior dog, you know all that information up front, and are able to tell immediately if they are a perfect fit for your family.