I have a soft spot for senior animals. My dog and cat I have now are seniors, my horse lived to the ripe age of 27 and our family dogs all lived well into their mid teens.

Senior pets just want love. Love in the form of a slow stroll around the block or to their favourite park. Love in the form of food, sometimes watered down to a mush. Love in the form of patience because their joints don't allow them to move very quickly anymore and their hearing isn't what it used to be. They've slowed down, they sleep a lot, they're sometimes lumpy and bumpy and a bit smelly. But they're still so full of love and all they want is to be with you.

Peyton was a 14.5 year old Golden Retriever at the time of his session and had been a member of his family since he was 8 weeks old. He was deeply loved by his family.

He passed away a few months after this session. Rest in peace, sweet Peyton.

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