Every year we make New Year’s Resolutions about our health, our weight, our organizational skills, our disposition and so on and so forth. We vow we’ll take better care of ourselves, be nicer to strangers and spend more time with our loved ones. But how often do these resolutions include our pets? Yep, that’s what I thought.
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It’s that time of year again. If you live in a cold-weather region, you might have lost your enthusiasm for brisk early-morning dog-walking around the time the temperatures began to drop. The problem is, cutting back on exercise can lead to weight gain—not just for you, but for your pet, too!
Here are a few easy ways for dogs to stay in shape:
Halloween isn’t just for humans! Whether they’re enjoying an evening stroll with the trick-or-treaters or sporting adorable costumes of their own, dogs and cats are getting in on the fun. While it’s fine to share these traditions with your furry friends, one thing you should not share is your candy.
Chocolate, raisins and certain nuts can be toxic, even deadly to pets. Which, unfortunately, doesn’t make them any less interested in noshing on them! We recommend keeping all of your loot far away from your four-legged friends, and instead offering them one of these pet-safe treats instead:
As much as we love our pets, we have to keep a close eye not to shower them with affection in the wrong form: food they shouldn’t be eating. If we’re following a healthy diet and excluding refined grains because they’re not good for us, why would we give those very same fillers to our dogs and cats?
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