Your furry BFF has enjoyed many years of running, swimming, exploring, and playing. Now, you’re more likely to catch them napping in the sun or rolling over for a belly rub. The fur on their face has turned a majestic shade of gray, and they aren’t bursting with energy like they once were. But your senior dog is still full of love and has plenty of furrific years ahead. Knowing what to expect at this stage of their life will help you be a pawsome pet parent. Here is some useful infurmation about dogs that have reached their golden years.