Bully, a Chihuahua who recently turned 23, celebrated his birthday with his owners by having a party complete with balloons and cake. The dog was born on April 5, 1999.

His owners described him as feisty and mischievous, but they also said he was affectionate and independent.

Bully, the senior dog, lives in a house with other canines, and despite his small stature, he will shove other Chihuahuas who get in his way. He also needs more sleep than most dogs, and when he feels tired, he doesn’t mind taking a nap anywhere in the house. So his owners make sure he has a comfortable bed to sleep in and a soft cookie to enjoy on his birthday.

Senior dogs need special attention. They have different needs and preferences than younger dogs. Some senior dogs are more active than others, while others may be more laid back.

It is also best to learn your dog’s personality and figure out what they need to stay healthy and happy. You must also make sure that they get regular exercise. This is an excellent way to help them stay healthy and fit.

You can walk them, play fetch with them, give them lots of toys they can chew on, and play hide-and-seek with them. The more exercise they get, the better. Feed them a nutritious diet full of vitamins and minerals so they can stay healthy.

Don’t feed them leftovers or junk food because this will make it harder for them to digest food, which could lead to health problems in the future like diabetes or obesity. As dogs get older, they may also develop periodontal disease, which is an infection of the gums caused by bacteria in plaque buildup on their teeth. Brushing your dog’s teeth at least once a week can help prevent periodontal disease from worsening in dogs that already have the disease.

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