With 2022 well underway, your thoughts have likely turned to changing your life in positive ways. Instead of solely thinking about methods to improve your health this year, why not come up with a few resolutions for your furbaby, too? As a Frisco veterinarian, PetNest Animal Hospital wants to help all companion animals live healthy lives. For this reason, we decided to share a few New Year’s resolutions for pets. Read on to learn more. 

Make Sure You’re Meeting Their Nutritional Needs

You are not the only one who will benefit from eating healthier food. Your cat or dog will, as well. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the options when shopping for cat or dog food. Familiarize yourself with your dog or cat’s unique dietary requirements, and find food that meets those needs. If you are uncertain where to start, we’d be thrilled to assist! 

Exercise Regularly

Spending all day on the couch is not healthy for your feline friend or canine companion. Maximize their health (and happiness!) by making exercise part of their daily routine. Dogs need daily walks, and they love games like hide-and-seek and fetch, too. And you can keep your feline friend active by engaging their desire to hunt with toys. Wands with enticing attachments are a great choice. Installing a few cat trees is an awesome way to help your cat exercise, too. 

Visit a Frisco Veterinarian for Wellness Care

Even if your dog or cat is in good health, they need to see a Frisco veterinarian regularly for wellness care. Including services like physical examinations, core and lifestyle vaccinations, and flea, tick, and internal parasite prevention, pet wellness care helps ensure your beloved pet’s long-term health. Keeping up with wellness care is a critical component of being a good pet owner, too. It’s never too late to get your canine companion or feline friend’s wellness care back on track. Call today to make an appointment.

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