Stiffness, limping and difficulty moving may indicate osteoarthritis pain in aging dogs.
Lumps, abnormal growths and swelling can signal cancer in senior dogs. Have lumps tested.
Increased thirst, reduced appetite and weight loss are signs of declining kidney function.
Bad breath, loose teeth, mouth pain and poor appetite point to dental problems.
Leaking urine while resting or sleeping is a common senior dog issue treatable with medication.
Nuclear sclerosis and cataracts often cause cloudy, bluish eyes as dogs age. Usually not painful.
Disorientation, anxiety, forgetting commands and house training accidents indicate dog dementia.