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  • Writer's pictureAdonis Maglis

Grooming senior or geriatric dogs...

Updated: Dec 14, 2022


Anyone who ever had a #dog knows that unfortunately, #dogs don’t live near as long as we would wish them too.


#Senior or #geriatric #dogs have special needs and this is true also for #grooming. Depending on their #breed and type of #coat, they’d most likely still need to be #groomed for their welfare and #hygiene.

#Nails, #baths, #haircuts are all part of caring for an #olderdog. These dogs may have a variety of special needs and chronic health issues and benefit from short, regular #groomingsessions where comfort is the priority. One-on-one #groomimg may be a part of a care routine at this stage in their lives to ensure best outcomes for these #animals.


Looking back upon my life, I’ve had the privilege to have been surrounded by #dogs.


Every stage of my life there has always been a #dog by my side.


Growing up, there was my #germanshepherd accompanying me everywhere. We were best mates!


Upon migrating to Australia, I got my second #germanshepherd #puppy! I remember how it help me adjust, integrate and develop friendships those early days.


Then came marriage, buying our first home and another #puppy, a lovely #maltese.


Later, a rescue #corgi, during the arrival of my daughter! Always by my side as I entered the journey of fatherhood.


A decade later, a #toypoodle #rescue was my biggest solace during the challenging period of my divorce.


After the death of my second partner, a second #toypoodle enriched my life and picked me up during that dark period in my life. My loss and grief have been much eased by having this #dog in the family. It even turned me into a #doggroomer!


#Dogs needs change in every stage of their lives similarly with ours...don't forget to care for your #dogs #grooming needs no matter how old they are!




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