5 New Year Resolutions for Happier Dogs and Cats

As we wave goodbye to 2021, probably your inbox is getting filled this week with scores of New Year resolutions ideas for you.

But this is DIFFERENT, as this Email is for your Furry Friends!

We have put together 5 New Year resolutions for you and your pet to make 2022 the best year yet.

1 - Accurately Measure Their Food (And Treats!)

The importance of maintaining a healthy weight in your pet's general health cannot be overstated.

Keep an eye on the food your dog or cat eats, both for meals and treats.

Check the food instructions on the packaging and feed according to your vet's advice. And using a kitchen scale to measure their food is also a good idea.

Avoid "eye-balling" because this can lead to overeating and make sure food is adjusted for treats.

2 - Find the Proper Dental Care Routine

Your pet doesn't just eat with their mouths; they also use them to play, investigate, and taste their surroundings. As a result, if your dog's or cat's teeth aren't correctly cared for, it can lead to issues.

Begin brushing, add the dental powder to food, and have a dental check with your veterinarian at least once a year.

3 – Update the Microchip Details

A pet microchip is a small computer chip the size of a grain of rice. It has a one-of-a-kind code that corresponds to your pet's information.

So, make sure to verify that the information is correct by contacting the microchip manufacturer.

It is a legal obligation for all dogs over the age of eight weeks. Cats will also need to be microchipped, so if you haven't done so already, do so right away.

4 - Add Health Reminders to The Diary

In 2022, make a note in your diary about annual vaccinations, flea and worming treatments, and nail clippings, so you don't forget. There are many apps for this you can try too.

5 - Go on More Adventures

It takes a lot of patience and determination to teach your furry friend new talents, but the pleasure of seeing them learn and grow is worth it.

Find new places to sniff and explore to get additional exercise for both of you.

Try new toys for your dogs to play and chase, as this will help stimulate their natural predatory behavior.

That’s it! Try out these New Year Resolutions with your furry little friends and start 2022 with fun and happiness.

We wish you a Happy New Year!

Until next time,

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