Caring for Pets...

Pets, like people, require food that is tailored to their individual nutritional requirements. Dog foods are made to satisfy the nutritional demands of dogs, while cat foods are made to meet the nutritional needs of cats. Importantly, their nutritional requirements are vastly different. Puppies and older dogs require different types of food. Special diets may be required for pets with health problems. Table scraps are normally not good for dogs and cats because many of the items people eat, such as salt, garlic, and onions, are harmful to your pet’s health and can cause them to become ill or even die.

Don’t forget to feed your pets the proper amount of food! Overfeeding your pet or giving him too many treats can lead to obesity, which can lead to other health issues such as diabetes.

Cats are constantly threatened by cars, violent dogs, and predators, which is why they should be kept indoors for their own safety. Many cats appreciate having a covered bed or a cocoon-like room inside to retreat to and feel comfortable.

If you let your dog out off-leash in your fenced-in yard, be sure he has tags and is microchipped, and that the microchip is registered and your contact information is current. Registering your pet with Finding Rover is also an excellent idea. Always supply water, as well as shade and protection. Dogs usually love having their own dog bed indoors, and senior dogs, in particular, may benefit from an orthopedic bed.

Pets must be protected from extremes of heat and cold.

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