Quality Senior Dog Food: Choose a high-quality commercial senior dog food that is specifically formulated for their age and size. Look for products labeled as "senior" or "mature" to ensure they contain appropriate levels of nutrients like protein, fiber, and essential fatty acids.
Protein and Muscle Maintenance: While senior dogs may have decreased activity levels, they still require adequate protein to maintain muscle mass and overall health. Look for senior dog foods with quality animal-based protein sources
Joint Support: Joint health becomes more important as dogs age and may be prone to arthritis or other joint issues. Choose a diet containing glucosamine and chondroitin, or consider adding supplements recommended by your vet to support joint health.
Weight Management: Senior dogs are more prone to weight gain due to reduced metabolism and activity. Monitor your dog's weight and adjust their portion sizes as needed.
Digestive Health and Fiber: Senior dogs may experience changes in digestion and bowel movements. Foods with added soluble fiber can help regulate digestion and prevent constipation.