Nystagmus is almost always pathological unless congenital. Especially gaze evoked nystagmus is almost always pathological.
BPPV btw is head movement induced nystagmus, which isn't the same as gaze evoked. Gaze just means moving eyes whereas bppv usually the nystagmus comes from moving the entire head.
The rest are normal findings for age, except e, which could be normal pupil size for any age.
thajoker's comment is spot on
And: decreased upward gaze is a normal sign of aging, not always parinaud syndrome
Can dogs look up?