Top Five Reasons to Adopt a Senior Dog

If you go to any community shelter, you will notice that there are as many senior dogs looking for a home as puppies of whom are as friendly, active and affectionate as the younger pups, all looking for a second chance. Dogs are considered senior between the age of five to seven years, depending upon the breed. Bigger dogs age faster and hence fall into the 'senior dog' category sooner, compared to the smaller breeds. In the picture on left is CX, a 10 year old lively and friendly dame, who has spent at least 6 years of her life at OSCAS shelter and still looking for a real home. In Singapore, the most common reason why you may find a senior dog at a shelter would be because the family has


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