As we bid farewell to 2018, it is now time to reflect and set some goals for the coming year. We totally understand how busy life can get between all of our jobs, commitments, and responsibilities. It can be easy to lose track of the nitty gritty of what’s going on in our pet’s lives.
At Activ4Pets our mission is to provide healthier and happier life for your pet. Here is our list of 5 New Year’s Resolutions for you to be better pet parents:
Watch their diet – A nutritious, balanced diet is essential to keeping your pet healthy. Consider feeding them a proper homemade diet. Also consider supplementing the pet’s diet with multivitamins, digestive enzymes, and Omega 3 fatty acids. This will help to balance out their diet.
Exercise together – Just like watching over their diet, exercising is absolutely vital to your pet’s health. Exercising together with your pet not only creates a strong bond but also reinforces healthy lifestyles for both. Now there are even dog gyms that can help to keep your furry friends fit!
Microchip Helps – Apparently, a staggering 1 in 3 pets will get lost at some point in their lives. Having your pet microchipped is the easiest solution to this problem. When a pet is lost and is brought to an animal shelter, they are scanned for a microchip. The microchip has a number that can be looked up and can provide with the owner’s name, phone number, and address.
Invest in a Pet Health App – With a smart mobile app, it’s so much easier to access your pet’s veterinary information and you’ll always be prepared in case of emergency. The Activ4Pets mobile app provides owners with 24/7 worldwide access to their pet’s health history including medications, vaccinations, surgery reports, x-rays, test results and more. It has a host of other convenient features like tracking weight and wellness, setting reminders and storing your favorite pet pictures.
Consider Adoption – If you have been contemplating adding a new furry friend to your family, you could consider adoption from a local shelter or through various online services. Apparently, more than 2 million dogs and cats are euthanized in America each year as they are few takers for them. Very few consider adoption when looking for a pet. Adoption not only helps you save a loving animal who needs a family but it also opens up shelter space for another animal who might desperately need it.