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When Do JRT's Become "Seniors?"
(Los Angeles, CA)
My baby is about to turn seven.
He certainly doesn't act or look like a senior; he's still the fastest runner at the dog park and will go on playing after everyone else has called it a day.
My question is about food. I want to continue giving the best I possibly can. Many of the commercial foods labels categorize ages 7+ as seniors.
My vets have given conflicting opinions, so I thought I'd ask if anyone else has shared this experience?
Thank you for your help!