Dec 29, 2013
[Click on image for audio] - It's the time of year when many of
us make resolutions on how we can improve our self, our lives and
the lives of those around us. Here are some resolutions to consider
that will benefit your pets.
If you're not happy with your dog's behavior around guests in your home, sign you and the dog up for a dog training class.
If you and your dog have eaten a little too much over the holidays, commit to a daily exercise routine; perhaps a walk around the block or a rousing game of fetch in the back yard.
We bring pets into our homes as companions but often the chaos of modern living means they don't always get the attention they need and deserve. Commit to playing with each of your pets for at least 10 minutes a day.
Good nutrition is the basis of good health. If you're not already doing so start reading the labels on the food you feed your pets and feed them foods that will give them optimal health.