AGE WELL DOG AROMATHERAPY ALL NATURAL EMOTIONAL SUPPORT FOR YOUR SENIOR BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG
When did you first notice your Bernese Mountain Dog was getting older? Was it the grey creeping across her muzzle? Or was there a bit of grunting and groaning as your formerly active Berner got up from his nap? Maybe it was an accumulation of several little signs that you did not really want to admit. Then one day, while at the vet for her check-up your vet mentions your dog needs a senior exam! How could your puppy be a senior ALREADY?
AGE WELL Dog Aromatherapy helps you nurture your senior Bernese Mountain Dog both emotionally and mentally as they begin to get old...naturally. With our gentle blend of essential oils, AGE WELL helps ground and center your Berner, keeping them present and peaceful.
AGE WELL BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG AROMATHERAPY PRODUCT INFO
- .45 ounce Plastic Roll-on Bottle
- 2.7 oz Aluminum Spray Mister Bottle
- AGE WELL Duo - Roll-on & Spray Bottle
- With our Senior Bernese Mountain Dog label
- Tucked in a gift bag
- Complete usage tips, hints and directions included
OUR PROMISE FOR AGE WELL DOG AROMATHERAPY
Of course, every single bottle is individually handcrafted by my team and I here in far northern Minnesota using all natural and organic ingredients. Plus, AGE WELL is created with an added reverence and respect. Each bottle of AGE WELL is dedicated to your senior dog and to all of the senior dogs we have known and loved. Every single AGE WELL product is infused with intentions for your senior dog to live comfortably and utterly and completely loved. It may seem a bit corny, but we really do send your old dog a hug and warm wishes of that perfect sunbeam to sleep in and dreams of running fast again.
TWO EZPZ TIPS THAT CAN DRAMATICALLY IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR SENIOR DOG’S LIFE
Our senior dogs benefit greatly from extra care and nurturing as they get older. The good news is that extra care doesn’t have to be a time consuming process. Slight adjustments to your senior dog's daily care can make life much more pleasant for both of you.
#1 BE AWARE Watch out for overall changes in your dog’s behavior, eating, sleeping, exercise level and mood.
#2 ACCOMMODATE your dog’s new needs, based on the changes you’ve noticed.
ANOTHER SENIOR TIP! If your normally food crazed dog does not seem as interested in food or you notice them leaving the kibble in the bowl, it may be a dental issue. Watch your dog eat, as he gets older he may need more soft food or his kibble to be soaked a bit to be easier for him to chew. If your dog's teeth need attention, be sure and schedule a vet check up that includes a dental exam.
COMPLETE INFO, TIPS AND HINTS ON USING AGE WELL AROMATHERAPY