Annual vet visits are crucial to prevent & catch pet health problems early. Covers vaccinations, nutrition, dental, parasite control & screenings.
Spay/neuter your pets to prevent adding to 8-10 million sheltered pets yearly. It reduces cancer risk and tendency to roam.
Overfeeding causes obesity in pets, leading to health risks such as diabetes and cancer. Consult your vet for feeding suggestions based on weight and lifestyle.
Pets need regular vaccinations for optimal health, but the frequency depends on age, lifestyle, health, and risks. Consult your vet for guidance.
Enriched environment is essential for pet's mental stimulation and physical health. Daily walks, toys, playtime with owners strengthens the bond.
Microchipping/tattooing pets prevents loss: only 14% return home. Tiny chip under skin, no battery, scanned by vet/officer in seconds.
Pets need regular dental care to avoid gum disease, tooth loss, and pain. 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of dental disease by age three.
Common pet poisons include NSAIDs, antidepressants, decongestants, muscle relaxants, and acetaminophen. They can cause kidney damage, seizures, and cardiac arrest.
Buckle up your pet for safety in the car. Unrestrained pets are a distraction and can cause injury. Keep pets safe while traveling.