Whether you’ve just adopted a new puppy or you’ve spent nearly a lifetime with your best furry friend, there are more aspects to your pup’s well-being than the occasional visit to the vet. Here are a few things that bolster your pup’s health and happiness that you might want to consider.
There is a myriad of supplemental products on the market to reinforce the health of your furry friend. Look into including dog probiotics in your daily routine for gut protection and minty-fresh chews to keep canine teeth clean and strong.
One of the most important things you can do to contribute to your pet’s well-being is providing a space set apart specifically to call their own, especially if you have small children or other pets in your home. Whether it’s a crate they can retreat to at night or a comfortable, hypoallergenic dog bed that’s always available for an afternoon nap, having his or her own space to go be undisturbed can help them remain calm and happy when things get too loud.
Good, old-fashioned vitamin D is more important to your dog’s health than you might realize. Making sure that your pup gets enough sunshine is essential for their sleep cycle and their happiness. Keep in mind this is one vitamin you need as well, so grab that leash today and take a walk around the block.
As our built-in best friends, dogs do so much for your emotional health and well-being, and can even give you a reason to prioritize physical health with daily walks. As such, it only makes sense that you’ll want to do anything you can to help your pup be as healthy and content as possible. By putting their well-being at a premium with these three tips, you’ll have a happy and loyal canine companion for years to come.