Recently we have been sharing different ways to have healthy pets. Hopefully you have enjoyed the information from the ‘Healthier Pets. Happier Lives’ campaign.
Today is our last post in the series so we wanted to recap three easy ways to keep your pet healthy and happy.
Regular Vet Visits
Did you know that not visiting a vet for a year is like you avoiding your doctor for five years? Regular vet visits are important for many reasons, and can help your vet notice any problems early. Regular visits also gives your vet the opportunity to get to know your pets, making it easier to detect changes in their health and behavior.
You can read more about why regular checkups are important in our first article, Healthy pets see their vets!
Choosing the right food for your pet can be overwhelming. Luckily, your vet can help recommend the best food for your pet. Different pets have different needs, but luckily Hill’s has a wide variety of formulas for all stages of life.
Hill’s is even offering a $10 off promotion on select Hill’s Science Diet products. Download your rebate for dogs and cats.
Read more about giving your dog the best food here.
Treat time can be a special way to bond with your pet. Hill’s offers treats with balanced nutrition that your pet is sure to love! Other ways to spoil your pet include playtime and toys. Nothing has to be expensive, sometimes it’s the simplest play that your pet will love the most.
Treats and toys keep your pet mentally stimulated, and that can help your pet stay happy! Read more about some of our favorite little extras here.
Our pets bring joy and happiness into our lives! It’s important to give them the care they need to live healthy, happy, lives. To learn more about the Healthier Pets, Happier Lives program visit Healthier Pets, Happier Lives for Dogs or Healthier Pets, Happier Lives for Cats.
This post is sponsored by Hill’s. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Hill’s® Science Diet® Healthier Pets. Happier Lives.™, but 4 the Love of Animals only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this article.