Life comes with endless change, so it’s likely you’ve had to make some major and minor adjustments this past year. You may have relocated to a new city, received a promotion, bought new furniture, moved in with someone you love, or ended a relationship. Whatever the particulars, we rely on the things in our lives that are constant to keep us steady through all the changes.
For instance, most of us are lucky that we can count on family or friends to help us through these transitions. Likewise, our pets are wonderful sources of support when we’re going through the transitions of life. They provide us with unconditional love, companionship and protection, which are all significant things. It’s easy to understand why pet owners will seemingly move heaven and earth to take care of their pets.
Your pet’s needs
Cats and dogs are beloved members of countless Greenville families, who lavish them with love and attention. To maintain high-quality pet care, it’s crucial to train them, show them affection, and organize their eating, sleeping, waste disposal and healthcare.
Schedule regular visits to the vet. Be sure to bring your pet to the vet soon after adopting it as well. Just like humans, pets need regular check-ups to spot problems before they become serious conditions. Use your first visit to discuss how often you should schedule check-ups and your pet’s dietary and medical needs.
Budgeting enough money and time for your companion is as important as planning for anything else in your home. Ensure there is adequate and suitable food for your dog or cat, a formulated hygiene plan, and opportunities for exercise.
Dogs and cats are adorable, playful and often described as ideal pets. There are many things you can do to keep your dogs and cats healthy. These include maintaining a proper diet, grooming them, general care, routine health care, and training.
….it is important that a cat sees a vet at least once a year, for a physical check-up: teeth, ears, eyes, heart, booster vaccinations, and deflea/deworm treatments. All cat owners should consider getting their pet vaccinated against the following: feline infectious enteritis (FIE), cat ‘flu and feline leukemia virus (FeLV). All can kill cats if they become infected and so it is important to protect your pet. Read more at WikiHow…
It is important to report any signs of scabs, redness or itchy skin on your dog or cat to a veterinarian. Their teeth, fur, ears, and internal health tests are other things to check and take care of. Regularly monitoring them for pests like fleas, ticks, and mites is also highly recommended.
Healthy pets, healthy family
Did you know that ensuring the good health of your pet helps to maintain wellness for your family? It’s true; research shows that being around animals increases a person’s wellbeing. A report released by The American Heart Association showed that people who own pets have improved cardiovascular health. What could be better than having a loving and loyal companion in the house who also helps the family stay healthy.
The next time one of life’s changes causes you to need a safe and loving place to board your dog or cat, or requires you to find doggie daycare or dog grooming services, remember that Fur Babies Pet Resort is here for you. We’re veterinarian owned and all of our employees are animal lovers and pet owners — we understand what it means to know that your pet is healthy and happy.