New Year’s Resolutions for Your Pets

The New Year is right around the corner! Here are some resolutions we suggest you take up with your pet:

Get Active!

  • Try to increase the amount of exercise and play
  • Go for an additional walk or increase the length of your regular scheduled walk
  • Check out new activities or toys that you and your pet can do/play with together

Get Healthy!

  • Make sure you are feeding a quality, age-appropriate diet
  • Shed those extra few pounds
  • Brush those teeth – maintain a healthy mouth

Spend More Quality Time!

  • Life can get busy – our pets can get lonely too so don’t forget to give them the attention they deserve
  • Sneak in some more snuggles – let your pet know you love and appreciate them

Teach an Old Dog New Tricks!

  • It may take an older pet longer to learn – but they will learn
  • Once that old pet has learned, they will remember these new things over the long-term
  • Mental stimulation is important for older pets – it keeps the brain active and the pet healthy

Written by CCR Kylie



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