Tips for having Happy Pets. How to keep your dog or cat healthy, happy and calm? Here are some tips from veterinarians, trainers, walkers and specialists.
This is the time of year to start better habits, to eliminate the unpleasant ones. But it’s also the time when new pets come home. These are the tips recommended by trainers, specialists and veterinarians to keep both owners and pets happy and healthy.
Here are the Tips for having Happy Pet
Maintaining a healthy weight
This advice applies to both pets and owners. You lead a lighter life when you don’t have to worry about carrying extra pounds. You control what you’re feeding them, make sure you’re not giving them sawdust. Also control their portions and make sure they’re walking or running long enough to burn the calories. If necessary, also buy a toy that keeps it active even inside the house.
Tips for having Happy Pets
Invest in your training
Pet classes benefit the owner before anyone else, as they give him control for both basic situations, or dropping something in his mouth that he should not chew, or remain calm, or even occasionally present.
It is also good for the socialization of pets, with other people, with children or with other animals. Look at this tender example, where a dog helps a puppy down the stairs:
Take some time to check your teeth
Proper dental care can reduce “dog breath.” You can help you with old brushes, finger brushes, tongue brushes, water additives, chewing gums… and of course visits to the vet for regular check-ups and cleanings.
Schedule doctor visits
A periodic checkup doesn’t hurt anyone.
Keep them hydrated
Urinary tract infections are one of the most common diseases and are preventable. Just make sure your pets always have clean, fresh water at their fingertips. Change the water and wash your dishes regularly.
Protect them from fleas
In summer or winter, they must be kept protected from fleas. Even in the colder months you have to spray them with a flea powder.
“A tired dog is a happy dog.” On the other hand, a boring pet will cost you hundreds of shoes, holsters, boxes and nibbled objects. Invest in interactive toys that will keep you busy even when you need to leave home.