Here are some tips on how to improve your pet’s well-being and keep a healthy routine:
Pets also suffer from overeating and lack of exercise.
A simple daily walk helps a dog learn proper manners, provides some good quality time, and does wonders for the human counterpart, too!
Keeping pets at the proper body weight reduces the risk of heart and joint problems, diabetes, and a host of other poor health conditions.
A regular visit to your veterinarian is the best way to stay ahead of potential health problems. Yearly examinations of teeth, heart&lungs and body condition is less costly than waiting for a problem to develop.
Having a good "baseline" of information about your pet also gives the veterinarian something to compare against and determine exactly what is wrong when something isn't quite right with your pet.
Pets who eat poor quality food just don't have the health reserves than those that a good balanced diet.
It will show manifestation of having a poor skin, hair coat, muscle tone, and can cause obesity.
Our pets are not humans – don’t you forget that!
A diet rich in table scraps is not a healthy one, and can lead to problems such as obesity and pancreatitis.
Regular grooming -- bathing, toe nail clips, brushing teeth and hair coat, parasite control will not only make the pet more pleasing to be around, it is much healthier for the pet!
Keeping pets safe is something most pet owners take for granted. However, take a moment to assess the toxic chemicals used in your house and yard.
Where are household chemicals stored?
Can your pet access these items?
If toxins such as rodent poisons are used, can your pet access the rodents?
Consider your pet’s wellness while keeping such kind of product. This might possible hurt our loved ones when left unattendend.
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