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Pet Tip of the Week: Think of Your Pet's Health When Making Your New Year's Resolutions

 by Dawn Watson

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For some folks, January is a time to make resolutions—changes to unhealthy habits and unpleasant attitudes. If you are one of these people, please consider making a few changes in Fido’s life, too.

Your dog depends on you for everything. Make sure he is healthy by scheduling appointments with your veterinarian every six months. Inspect your dog’s teeth and coat; does he have a buildup of tartar or is his coat dull and full of dandruff?

 

If so, you may need to change his diet or give him crunchy treats instead of Bannerhigh-fat goodies.

Fido can’t tell you when he’s sick so you must inspect him in order to see if he is healthy. Taking good care of every member of your family—including your best buddy—is the best thing you can do to have a memorable and safe New Year!

As always, Cleary’s Notebook encourages dialog so feel free to post your comments.

Wado udohiyu (Thank you very much in the Cherokee language)

Dawn Watson

Owner and Lead Trainer, Brother of the Wolf, LLC


 

 

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