Help Your Best Friend Live a Longer, Happier, Healthier Life

Help Your Best Friend Live
a Longer, Happier, Healthier Life

No one could ever love your dog the way you do. And no one understands better than you do exactly what your best friend is going through as a senior dog.

That’s why Dr. Tamplin has created a guide to help you:

  • Understand what’s really in your dog’s food so you can make informed decisions…and important changes.
  • Learn how supplements might make all the difference in how your dog feels from day to day.
  • Choose the right exercise options, so you’re never doing too much or too little with your dog.
  • Recognize possible toxins and other harmful influences in your dog’s surroundings.
  • Adapt your home to your dog’s changing physical and mental abilities.

You’ll love this practical, encouraging guide filled with convenient, easy ways to improve your senior dog’s health and happiness. Written by a veterinarian—and genuine dog lover—you can rest easy knowing you have all the information you need to help your dog get the most out of life.

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  • Tired of conflicting advice?
  • Confused about what to prioritize?
  • Convinced you need to cook from scratch for your dog or you're a bad pet owner?

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The 7-Day Healthier Dog Challenge

Each day, I’ll provide both the knowledge and practical tools you can use right away! Then challenge you to leverage your new knowledge for your dog’s benefit!


Exploring Dog Foods

With aisle after aisle of options, how is a dog owner supposed to know what to believe and what is just hype? We’ll look at the labels of several brands of dog food and discuss how they meet the needs of your senior dog and how to choose the best option for you and your dog.


Choosing Snacks

Be forewarned: If it’s advertised as a treat, there are no requirements that a substance contain any nutrition! Fortunately, there are healthy options, and I’ll show you what to look for and what to avoid.


Preparing Toppers

The convenience of dog food comes with a loss of some nutrients. Topping with a small amount of high quality healthy fat and protein provides amazing results! Pros and cons of specific topper ingredients will be covered. Good news: you don't have to become a gourmet chef or spend hours in the kitchen to improve your dog's nutrition. Little things mean a lot!


Selecting Supplements

Certain vitamins, minerals, probiotics, and other God-made nutrients provide phenomenal benefits. We’ll discuss the ones I find to be the most important to maintain or improve your older dog’s health and happiness, along with the difference between the ones marketed specifically for dogs and those marketed for human consumption.


Planning Exercise & Emotional Enrichment

Important for dogs of all ages, it can be a little more challenging for your senior dog to get enough exercise. Between busy lives and common older senior ailments, caregiver fatigue can weaken the bond you have with your beloved dog. We’ll discuss different types of activities that can meet both of your needs.


Reducing Toxin Exposure

In this modern world, it’s easy to accept everyday exposure to pesticides, herbicides, and other toxins as necessary and normal. But neither of those things is true. And yes, there are healthier alternatives, which we will discuss.


Considering Medical Therapy Options

I know you want what's best for your dog and want to do everything you can to relieve their pain. In addition to regular preventive care and diagnostic tests, alternative options like CBD oil, neurofeedback, and acupuncture will be considered.

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What People Are Saying

Dr. Tamplin has practiced veterinary medicine for over 30 years. Her heart is in her work and she has compassion for rescued dogs. I’ve known her for several years and learned a lot from her.

She has an understanding of how holistic treatments can complement traditional medicine, and how using food as medicine is important for helping our pets.

This book provides useful information for anyone wanting to improve the quality and length of their pet’s life.

Dr. Tamplin’s writing is technical/clinical but still easy to understand and apply. Her information is grounded in science; research findings are referenced and meaningful examples of health conditions and treatments are provided.

— Debra G. Tomblin, MPA
Auburn University
Vice President, Helping Shepherds of Every Color Rescue

“Dr. Sharon Tamplin’s 30 years of experience in the veterinary field have given her broad insight and built invaluable knowledge.

This is a book written from the heart from personal experience and intended to give the owners of aging dogs guidelines on how to improve their pet’s longevity but also their quality of life.”  

– Melissa N. North, DVM, DACVPM  

Dr. Sharon Tamplin graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University in 1993, being one of the youngest doctors to graduate from that program. Her 30 years as a veterinarian has provided Dr.Tamplin with a wide and varied accumulation of knowledge about many animals.

Early in her career, she practiced small animal medicine and surgery in the Montgomery, Alabama area.

She also maintained Arabian horse farms in Montgomery and Elmore Counties in Alabama, where she bred and sold Arabian Horses nationwide.

She eventually made a career move to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and currently serves as a base veterinarian at Maxwell Air Force Base, in Montgomery, Alabama.

Her commitment to veterinary medicine and her care of military dependents’ pets healthcare needs allows members of the military community to focus on their essential duties.

— Louis N. Gotthelf, D.V.M.
Assistant Professor of Veterinary Medicine
Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine

About Sharon

Even as a child, Sharon Tamplin deeply loved animals and wanted to help animals and people. Her mother told her she couldn’t save them all when she kept trying to bring home all the stray animals! She spent as much time as possible at her grandparents’ farm in north Alabama, where she helped tend livestock and worked in the garden or shelled peas in the kitchen.

Sharon attended Auburn University and grew more interested in research. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. Since then, she has been in clinical (private) practice, corporate veterinary medicine, theriogenology, and regulatory veterinary medicine.

Sharon also stayed busy rescuing horses, cats, and dogs and breeding and showing horses for many years. In her “free” time, she has volunteered for many non-profit organizations, served on many committees and the Board of Directors, and in other elected positions for several, where people recognized her hard work, dedication, and organizational skills.

Though she has once been a mother to horses, parrots, cockatiels, parakeets, and pet fish, she now has two dogs, five cats, several hens, and two ducks. Sharon has four human children and is “MiMi” to four grandchildren.