Four Tips to Lead Your Dog to Better Health

Just like people, dogs feel much better when they are healthy. But unlike people, dogs can’t take care of themselves. To keep your favorite furry friend on the track to wellness and better living, follow these tips:

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  • Exercise is imperative to a dogs good health. Nothing makes a pooch happier than a stroll through the neighborhood. And while your dog’s satisfying his curiosity by sniffing trees and bushes, he’s also burning calories. For more intense physical activity, try putting him on a treadmill, throwing some balls or frisbees. This should make your dog run a little harder, helping expand lung capacity and is good for their muscles. No matter what activity you choose, your canine companion will enjoy the benefits of regular exercise while nurturing a stronger bond with you in the process.

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  • Protect your smiles. You probably remember to brush your own teeth, but doggy dental care often goes by the wayside. For dogs that are temperamental about pet owners or vets touching their teeth, a simple and effective solution can be found using a product like; Greenies Dental Dog Treats which can be found here on (chewy.com), that has been designed specifically for the oral care needs of dogs. These treats can be used in addition to brushing or as a stand-alone oral care routine.

 

  • Read food labels. Unlike people, dog’s can’t read food labels. They are dependent upon their owners to give them the best possible nutrition. For dogs, make sure that the first ingredient listed is, for example, “Chicken,” not “Chicken Flavor” or “Dog Food with Chicken” — items that list the name of the meat contain 95 percent of that ingredient, while the “with” designation means that the food only contains 3 percent of chicken or beef.

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  • Visit the vet regularly. Similar to people visiting the doctor, dogs need regular veterinary care. Your dog’s veterinarian will let you know when recommended vaccinations are due, and help you in order for your puppy to live a long and healthy life.

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