\ Best Wishes for 2017
January is the traditional month of resolutions.
We are all making plans to be better people and health is a big part of the equation.
If you are making big changes to focus on your health and well being do not leave your pet out of the conversation.
Schedule Vet Time
When was the last time your pet saw their vet?
Sure we go to see the vet when something goes wrong.
But how is the doctor supposed to know what things
look like when everything is OK?
Wellness visits should be a part of your pet's yearly routine.
Schedule checkups for all of your four legged loved ones and
dedicate the new year to a new healthy focus.
Pet obesity is a serious matter. You may think your pet looks cute with a few extra pounds but it can really affect its health.
Everything from joint problems to heart disease to diabetes can be traced back to the scale.
Maintaining a healthy weight can put years on your pet's life.
If you are concerned about your fur baby's weight, start with a trip to the vet.
Your vet will be able to weight your pet and tell you whether he or she is within the recommended wright for their breed and age.
If the numbers are high, your vet will give you some direction on how to fight them including a change in diet and exercise routine.