Keep Your Pet Happy and Balanced
Our pets are beloved family members. We often get so wrapped up in their cuteness that we find ourselves spoiling them and wanting nothing but the best for them. In addition to toys and tasty treats there are quite a few things we can do for a fur-babies that will enhance their quality of life and keep them well rounded and content.
Exercise is a key to a healthy lifestyle. It does not matter if you have a dog or a cat; you can still provide physical stimulation. Did you know that exercise for your pet is also beneficial for you? It is true. Your dog will love going on lengthy walks throughout your neighborhood. This gives Fido a chance to sniff new things and stretch his legs. The walk is good for you because it gets your circulatory system working overtime and helps build core muscles in your legs, arms and abdominal region. You can optimize this lengthy walk by adding weights to your ankles and keeping track of your steps with a fitness tracker. Don’t rule out exercise if you have a cat. A fun game of chase or tossing around a cat nip coated mouse is good for you and good for your cat as well. Some cats also enjoy walking on leashes and taking in the wonders of the outside environment.
Vet care is important to keep your pet healthy. You should establish your pet with a vet as soon as you adopt it. You will need to take your pet in and have a thorough examination performed. The initial vet visit will typically require a blood sample to check for any areas of concerns and parasites as well as a fecal sample to check for worms or illness. The pet will also get a once over physical examination and the vet will give you any necessary information to care for your pet. You can find a veterinarian hospital fair oaks ca in any town. If you do not have one then you can ask a local rescue group, animal shelter or friend/neighbor for a recommendation. You should take your pet in yearly for annual exams and for necessary vaccinations to keep it healthy.
Your furry friend needs love. They often sense when you are having a bad day and will come close to you for cuddles. Your pet is also entitled to an “off” day or a “sick” day. If your pet is sick or depressed for more than a day or two you will want to take it to the vet to make sure there is not an underlying cause. Make sure you are giving your pet attention and proper care as well as play time, toy sand treats. These are all ways to show your pet that you love him and want to keep him happy. A well-balanced pet requires more than just food, water and a roof over its head to keep him social and happy. Making time for your pet will keep it well behaved and social for any guests that come to visit, and the pet will live a happier life.