5 New Years Resolution for your pet
We all like to think that we’re going to get a little more healthy, spend time with our family and friends this year. But what about your pets? Your poodle might need some extra love too! Here are five resolutions for Fido in 2022.
Resolution #1: Measure your pet’s food!
You know how it is with us, humans. We can easily let ourselves get out of shape over the years if we aren’t careful enough to measure our weight from time to time and see what’s going on in that department, amirite? An estimated 59% (and up) cats here in America have too much fat while 54%, dogs also show signs they’re carrying some extra pounds around their waistline–so tackling this issue should be at least a number one goal as well right off bat because both animals deserve healthy lifestyles just like people do!
Resolution #2 Get more exercise!
We all know that diet is only one part of the equation, but if you want to maintain or lose weight it’s imperative for your pet’s well-being. The best way? Increase activity levels as well so they can stay in good shape and live a long and healthy life. The easiest way to get your pet in shape is to play with them. Not only is it good for their physical health but it is good for their mental health too and for yours. If you find yourself too busy to be able to offer quality exercise time for your pet you can get automated toys that will help keep them entertained and moving around.
Resolution #3 Train Your Dog
Dogs are great companions, but they can be difficult to deal with when their training needs improvement. A well-trained dog means not only will you have an easier time controlling and managing your pet in potentially dangerous situations; the happy animal is also safer! This resolution aims at helping owners improve both their relationship as well as enjoy more of life’s pleasures because it includes bettering how often we take care of our pets by teaching them what obedience behaviors mean so that each command has meaning for us too – like “sit” instead of sitting on surfaces meant just for show (like furniture). Pet owners with well-trained pets are often happier with their pets then ones with pets that are often misbehaving.
Resolution #4 Try Something New
We all know that exercise is important for us humans. The more we do it, the better our moods will be! But what about your furry friend? Have you ever considered incorporating a new activity into their routines just because they love it too?! There are tons of ways to get pets involved in physical activities from doga (a type of indoor game) to hiking -even biking if necessary- so make sure not to miss out on these fun dates by trying something different today
Resolution #5 Get your Pets Health on Track
It is the beginning of a new year and a perfect time to get your pet’s health back on track. Change their food from yucky junk pet food to quality healthy pet food. Get their shots caught up at our walk-in shot clinics. A lot of people didn’t want to go out of the house in 2021. But your pet still needs their annual pet vaccines. Bring them to the Albuquerque vet clinic to get them vaccinated and keep them safe in 2022.
We’ve all heard the saying, “New year, new me.” This is a great time to reflect on our own resolutions and goals for the upcoming year. If you are looking for some inspiration or motivation when it comes to your furry friend’s health in 2021, take these five New Year’s Resolutions to will help keep them happy and healthy this coming year! Consider bringing your pet in to see us at Albuquerque Vetco so we can take care of their needs throughout the next 365 days—we offer everything from cat and dog vaccines to spay and neuters. See you in 2022!