Lessons Learned from Years with Pets

Healthy Pet; Happy Owner You’re interested in having a long and joy-filled life with your pet. A full dish of food is not all a pet needs to be healthy. With those things, you’ll ensure your pet wont starve, won’t be thirsty, and will have some cuddle time, but what about when he has worms, and you’re just rubbing his stomach. So lets not look at this like a list of requirements, but instead a reminder that an animal in your care is a responsibility to maintain and care for a living creature. There’s a whole ecosystem inside you’re pet, so let’s start there. Your pet is in need of yearly dog vaccinations as this is a front-line to thwart invading diseases and illness that could possibly lay your little buddy out. Usually, when people have this conversation, they end up asking “What shots do dogs need yearly?” which is an excellent question. Asking question like this to your veterinarian is the way to get the most accurate answers. Veterinarians are trained to know what good and bad medical practices are, and what would be most beneficial for your pet in his specific situation.
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The next most important thing is your pet’s seeing and hearing.
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Your pets eyes should be looked at daily to make sure the hair around them is dry and clean. Redness, matting, watery eyes, or swelling around the eyes of your pet are all signs that your pet needs you to take action by scheduling an appointment with your vet so you can be certain there are no great issues. To avoid unnecessary long term damage, every situation should be handled as though it could be severe until you know for a fact that the situation is minor. Your furry friend needs you to take his discomforting situations seriously until you know for a fact that it’s just a passing infirmity. If your little buddy’s eyes are in ship shape, let’s take a look at his ear. Your pets ability to identify danger comes from his senses, and if one of them is weak, he is handicapped when it comes to him being able to take care of himself from passing cars, trespassers, or unable to hear his owners voice could present serious dangers. The best thing you can do is know the status of your pet’s hearing so you can plan and organize what he gets to do so that he is safe at all times. Your pet’s hearing will likely fade due to old age, but taking good care of his ears by maintaining a clean and dry inner ear, and making sure there are no obstructions in the ear.