Actually, it doesn't have to be an aging dog who lose his or her sight or hearing, it's just more common-and more expected-just like it is with humans. Take Parental Unit for example: She's already wearing reading glasses over her bifocal contacts and can't hear a word her students say in class...but I digress from the important tips offered in this article from Cesar's Way.
It not only lays out the typical symptoms of both eyesight and hearing loss in canines, it also provides numerous thoughtful, gentle ways to help your pooch cope as these senses diminish. It fact, with the proper care and help transitioning, most dogs with even significant eyesight and hearing loss can enjoy their normal routines...with a bit of help and caring from their Parental Units.
We hope you enjoy these tips and your Sunday!