An Owner’s Responsibility To Excellent “Petcare”
In most families that have pets, that cat, dog, bird, etc… isn’t just a “pet”, but they’re part of the family. A pet in a home like this should be healthy, and feel safe and secure at home.
Animals are generally encouraged to wander the around a house when the first move in to get used to the new smells and sights, and to start feeling comfortable in the environment. We let them do this because we care for them, and want them to feel safe.
There is another side to the care of an animal, though, that often goes ignored, because it is an invisible care that takes place inside of your pet. There are diseases that pets can get that can severely lessen the quality of your pet’s life. The unfortunate thing is that the steps needed to take to almost completely prevent your pet from getting these illnesses are so simple that it is painful to see a family’s pet end up in the vet and possible put down because of this invisible threat.
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So lets talk about taking care of our furry family member’s visible and invisible needs. It doesn’t matter what kind of pet you have, be it a dog, a cat, a bird, or a chimpanzee you need to make sure your pet has the appropriate vaccines. For example, annual dog vaccines are used to provide antibodies that help provide immunities to diseases that your pet would otherwise be unable to defend themselves against.
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You may be wondering “What shots do dogs need yearly?”, and that’s a great question, we should ask more questions like that to veterinarians who have the most up to date information on what modern pet healthcare is.
So what we all want out of our pets is to love and be loved; to sit on the couch as they fall asleep on our lap. Make sure you’re doing everything you can to ensure you get to have as much time as you can with them.
When we say pets are our family members or friends, it’s not just anecdotal happy words. Based on some studies, patience with terminal cancer were told to have a pet for one day a week, and it’s said that this had an immediate effect on the patience emotional state. With that in mind, have you taken any time to consider how important your pet is to your own emotional state?
You and I both know that your pet is more than a hairy thing in your home, it’s your little buddy, and your little buddy needs you to take good care of him. So pull your little buddy close, give him a hug, and try to remember the last time you took him to a vet.