Katy, Texas (August 7, 2015)
Dogs are more than just pets, they are family. That’s why it’s important to keep your dog’s health and wellness a top priority so they can enjoy a happier and longer life with you. Check out these tips to promote a healthy life for your dog.
Regular vet visits. The best way to prevent health problems or catch them early is to see your veterinarian every year.
Spay and neuter your pets. Pet overpopulation is a serious issue, and you can avoid adding to the millions of pets in shelters by spaying and neutering. There are added health benefits to altering your pet, too, such as reduced risk of certain cancers.
Get a microchip. Microchipping gives a lost pet the best chance at being reunited with their family. Be sure to register your pet’s microchip and maintain current information.
Vaccinate regularly. Protect your pet from common illnesses by keeping up-to-date with vaccinations.
Training and socialization. Training provides mental stimulation and builds the bond between you and your dog while socialization is important to a dog’s psychological health. Plus, taking your dog out in public will be much more enjoyable if they are well-trained and socialized from a young age.
Lots of love and attention. Need we say more?!
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Information Courtesy of Camp Bow Wow