Loving an Older Dog by Jacqueline A. Meyers, PhD, is a book about guidance on living with senior pets. Dr. Meyers runs her own animal rescue, which specializes in taking care of senior animals, with her husband. She knows that older animals have a lot of love to give and are still great pets, and this collection will give you an insight as well as advice on taking care of older pets.
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About the Author
I am a dog and cat mom. The individual situations that our animals found themselves in were created by the humans with whom their life paths crossed. Those situations often included domestic violence, abandonment, abuse, and neglect. They arrived at our home needing medical attention and training to meet their behavioral needs.
Today they are happy, well-behaved family members who have found their “forever home.”
I consider my work with animals to be a “calling.” I believe our choices in life are driven by who we are; what we need to feel complete. In that respect, my choice to work with animals is driven by a need to advocate for a “voiceless” population, our animal companions. It is a personal and spiritual mission to serve the animals that have graciously chosen to share their lives with me. I have been a human companion to animals for over forty years. I am a person who cares deeply for the wellbeing of all animals and has found a special calling to work with senior and hospice animals. The insight that I bring to the mission of animal service has been acquired over time and can be learned by anyone with the desire to do so.