Pets need exercise all year, but fall is the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors while keeping your dog physically active and mentally stimulated.
Dogs age faster than people, which means health issues can arise and escalate quickly. Regular wellness exams are critical to detect problems, receive life stage or lifestyle recommendations, and keep your dog in optimal health.
Quality nutrition is a key factor in your dog's health and longevity. Since dietary needs evolve over time., take this opportunity to reevaluate their diet.
From monthly heartworm medication to supplements and dental cleanings, staying on top of preventative care is the easiest and most cost efficient way to help pets live longer and healthier lives.
As the seasons change, important safety precautions should be taken in and around your home. Keep school supplies and holiday treats out of your pet's reach, and be mindful of toxicants such as antifreeze, rodent repellent, and mushrooms.
Just a few extra pounds can put your dog at risk for diseases. If your dog is overweight, speak with your veterinarian to determine the proper diet and exercise regimen.
Courtesy of Vet First Choice