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How To Take The Best Care Of Your Pets

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When you find the right pet, you must take care of it. Like people, pets need to eat well and exercise to stay fit and healthy. If your vet thinks your pet might be too fat, the most important thing you can do is to do what they tell you.

Good Nutrition 

Giving your pet the right kind and amount of food helps him keep a healthy weight, which is one of the best ways to protect him from diseases caused by obesity and make him live longer. Most pets can meet their nutritional needs with a balanced diet of high-quality food, such as healthy dog food, but you should check with your vet to see if he needs any supplements.

Also, ensure your pet has enough fresh water and keep track of how many treats you give him. Most vets say that your pet shouldn’t get more than 10% of his or her daily calories from treats. Find a veterinarian to discuss with and look at the right pet foods. 

The Right Amount Of Exercise

Having plenty of exercise can keep our furry friends happy--and keep us healthy!

Your pet can stay fit and healthy if you take it for regular walks, hikes, fetch games, and swims with it. But don’t neglect mental exercise!

You can keep your dog or cat busy and interested by giving them toys to play with, hiding treats, setting up obstacle courses, and teaching them new tricks. You can also change the times you take your dog for walks to let it see and smell new things.

Regular Vet Visits 

An annual wellness exam is the best time for your veterinarian to do a number of health checks that can help catch diseases early and spot warning signs of more serious illnesses. It may also be suggested to have plaque and tartar removed at the dentist once a year.

Regular Grooming

This means cutting your pet’s claws, brushing him once a week, and giving him frequent baths. Grooming also lets you notice changes in your pet’s fur or skin, like dandruff, bald spots, or dry skin.

And now is a good time to check for lumps or bumps that might signify something bad. Talk to your vet to find out how to groom your pet in the best way for him or her.

Plenty Of Affection

Your pets gives you plenty of love and affection so you should return it to them!

Building a close relationship with your dog or cat will benefit both of you. Some of the best ways to show your pet you care are to cuddle, pat, rub his belly, and even stroke his coat. This makes you feel emotionally closer to your pet and also helps your pet get along well with people and other animals.

Spay/Neuter

There are many benefits to getting your cat fixed. It can make your pet live longer, stop some cancers and diseases, and make males less aggressive.

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It can stop females from going into heat and make them less likely to do things like getting angry, howl, or urinating in public when they are on their cycle.

Figure Out What’s “Normal”

Has your pet changed how it acts lately? Is he scratching you up more than usual? Does he eat more or less than he usually does?

Changes from the norm can be scary and point to a more serious problem. If your dog or cat is acting strangely, call your vet to find out if he or she needs to be checked out.

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