Good health is a necessity required by all living beings and although it is a bit difficult to chalk out what’s best for your health, it might as well be confusing to know what’s best for your pet’s heath. As such today your friend Sanjeet Singh Veen will give you some tips straight from the horse’s mouth itself i.e., the veterinary professionals who know what exactly your pet friends need for their nourishment and longevity. By following these tips, you can keep your felines, canines and avian:
- Regular Examination
Just like us, even pets can suffer from heart troubles, dental problems or even arthritis. The optimum way to keep these ailments at bay is to get your pet to see a veterinarian once in a year.
- Spaying and Neutering
Most of the times pets get lost or abandoned or homeless the best way to counter this situation is to get your pets spayed and neutered at about six to eight weeks to curb the growing number of unwanted pets.
- Preventing Parasites
This is very important as a single flea can infest your pet with parasites and worms, for this, a regular flea and parasite control is essential.
- Weight Examination
Most of the pets in the U.S are obese just like the people due to overfeeding and unhealthy diet. Pets need very little calories so you can discuss with your vet who can make feeding suggestions based upon your pet’s weight, age and lifestyle.
- Regular Vaccinations
For optimum health benefits, it is advisable to get your pets safeguarded against common ills like rabies, feline leukemia and canine hepatitis with the help of regular vaccines.
- Good Environment
Spend time with your pets’ take them out for a walk and keep them active by providing an enriched environment.
- Id Microchiping
Providing them identity will help them find their way home if you lose them. The microchip is about the size of a rice grain and can be inserted under the skin in a few seconds, it can be scanned by a vet or animal rescue officer.
- Dental Care
Pets have dental problems too and the best away to avoid them is by getting regular dental cleanings by the vet.
- Avoid Human Medication
Never give your pets, medicines used for human consumption as they can kill your pet.
- Vehicle Restraints
Unrestrained pets can put the driver’s and their life at risk as such they should be properly restrained.
All the above-mentioned tips are in the best interests of your pet’s well being so that they stay healthy and happy.