Your dog is an important member of your family, and you want him to be happy and healthy like everyone else around you. When we age, we often need more care than the average person, and the same rule applies to dogs. Senior dogs may develop various health problems and might require more care than the average adult dog. We know that healthy eating, exercise, and routine doctor’s visits are some of the ways to help increase our chances for long and healthy life, but do these same principles apply to dogs? How can you help improve your old dog’s lifespan?