The holiday pounds come packing every year and if your clothes are feeling the pinch, your pet might be feeling the winter weight, too. If sneakers are involved in your New Year's resolutions, make it a point to squeeze in a daily walk or run with your pup. Walking your dog twice per day is recommended for a happy and healthy pup. Don't stow away those skinny jeans just yet, getting out and about with your pooch can also help trim your waistline, too.
If your pet thinks your new iPhone is a fancy chew toy and your shiny laptop has become his favorite lap seat, it's time to get the hint. Make it a point to incorporate some cuddle time for your furry friend, no television, no cellphones, no emails. Just you and your pet. Trust us, a time out from technology will be good for your mental health as well as your pet's well-being.
Poor dental hygiene can be detrimental to your pet's health. Just like we promise to floss nightly after a trip to the dentist, we should commit to brush our pet's teeth regularly (and actually stick to it). Puppy breath is one thing, but extreme bad breath could mean your pet is suffering from serious oral bacterial issues. Visit your vet and get your pet started on a regular dental regimen.
Are you saying goodbye to fast food in 2013? Then do the same for Fido. Proper nutrition is a must for the prolonged health of your pet. Yes, higher nutrition means you'll have to shell out a few extra bucks on pet food, but if you're not willing to eat happy meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, neither should your pet.
Your pet is part of the family. Make it known by enforcing proper tagging. Whether it's micro-chipping, updating your information on the pet registry or getting your pet a sparkly new name tag, resolve to mark your pet and let the world know where he belongs.
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