Ring in the New Year with Resolutions for Your Pet
Your pet can’t check out the Jenny Craig specials or sign up for the gym, but you can be sure there are many ways you can help your pet start the year off right. Whether fighting the battle of the bulge or overcoming the urge to crawl under the blankets and snooze the long winter away, your pet probably comes up against some of the same challenges facing many of us.
If you are thinking of your own resolutions, now that we have launched into 2015, why not include a few health and wellness adjustments that will benefit your pet, too?
Here are some ideas….
Of course, the list of options to increase your pet’s energy, spirit, and overall health is endless. Perhaps the most important aspect of maintaining pet health is simply by paying attention. By spending time with your dog, cat, rabbit, or other pet, you get to know those subtle signs of pain, discomfort, or anxiety, as well as pleasure and exuberance. And, they love your time more than anything in the whole world.
So, start those fur friends on the right paw this new year! We look forward to seeing you and your pet at his or her wellness appointment.
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