Read the back of a pet food bag and you will see a long lists of ingredients that features a variety of preservatives and fillers. While these ingredients may keep the food fresh, they are not alw ...View Article
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1) In the home:
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2) Get tags:
The tags for your puppy's collar should include his name and you phone number in case he gets lost. A microchip can also be implanted into your pet for added security. There is no surgery or anesthesia required for this procedure and it is fast and painless.
3) Protect your puppy from Parasites:
Protection from heart worm, fleas, ticks, mites, and other parasites can be as simple as a monthly tablet or topical treatment.
4) Limit the amount and type of human food fed:
It may seem like a treat to give you dog table scraps, but be careful of what you give. These items can cause problems ranging from diarrhea to choking to renal failure and even death. In general, dogs should stick to dog food and treats that were made for dogs. Ask your veterinarian if you are interested in feeding your dog fresh foods.
Some foods to avoid include: