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How to Keep Your Furry Friend Happy and Healthy: 6 Tips



If you’re like most pet owners, you’re probably always looking for ways to keep your pets healthy and happy throughout their lives. As humans we deeply value our relationships with our pets and part of the joy of having one is seeing them enjoy their life to the fullest. Especially as animals get older, it can be hard to see them slowing down, needing more rest and developing health issues due to old age. Happiness in pets is hard to define, but we know it when we see it. Dogs have their own unique personalities that will shine through when their needs are being met and they’re living happy and healthy lives. Whether you’re a new dog owner or a seasoned one, there are always ways to improve your pets routine and set them up for a comfortable, safe and happy life. Take a look at these six tips that will help keep your furry friend happy and healthy!

CBD
There’s one compound that has exploded onto the wellness scene and that compound is CBD which is derived from the hemp plant. Dog CBD has many of the same potential benefits as human CBD, but is specifically produced to be safe and effective for dogs. The research is still being done on the benefits of these products, but it has shown to help promote reduced anxiety, calmer nervous systems and even show significant relief when used for joint pain or itchiness. Dog CBD is a great thing to look into for older dogs or dogs that have symptoms related to chronic health issues.

Exercise
As with humans, regular exercise is key to living a happy and healthy lifestyle. If you find yourself away from home often or notice that you haven’t encouraged your pet to exercise, it may be time to change that routine. Sometimes when we have busy schedules it can be easy to let essential things like exercise fall by the wayside. Try scheduling time to take your pet outside or play with them at a specific time each day to build it into your routine. This is an essential thing for pet owners to make time for, so don’t let it slide! Pets who don’t exercise can develop all kinds of health issues, just like people.

Quality Time
Directly related to getting regular exercise, pets love spending quality time with their owners. This can come in the form of play, outside time, adventures or cuddling up on the couch. The more your pet feels like it’s a part of the family, the happier and safer they will feel in your home. Plus, this can be folded directly into your exercise time with your pet. Going for a walk or going to park to play fetch are great rituals to have with your dog, and it’s something they’ll always look forward to the more you do it.

Healthy Treats
Of course, what pet doesn’t love a handful of healthy treats now and again? Some may find that dogs or cats get sick of certain treats, in which case owners could try dried or raw food treats. These are usually some blend of chicken, beef or pork with no added salts or seasonings. At the end of the day, this is what most pets want anyway. Look into some healthy treat options at your local pet store and try a few things out!

Comfortable Places to Sleep
Dogs and cats are likely to find a comfortable place to sleep just about anywhere. But they also like to have their own designated places to lie down when they want to take some time alone. A comfortable, soft pet bed is a great thing to set up in a room you know they can escape to if they feel scared, overwhelmed or just tired. There are amazing beds on the market designed to help with pets posture, skeletal and muscular systems. Check them out today!

Regular Check Ups
Regular health check ups are essential when it comes to keeping your pets happy and healthy. Consider looking into pet insurance to make vet visits a little less financially stressful and to ensure your furry friend is getting the best care possible. Regular check ups mean you’re always up to date on how your pet is doing and what they need going forward.

Conclusion
Keeping our pets happy and healthy is a big priority for pet owners. We are always trying to make sure they have a comfortable and safe place to be with plenty to entertain them. But sometimes it’s good to take stock of our routines and see if we can improve their lives even more. Always keep track of their health, get plenty of exercise with them and spend lots of quality time. These simple things will keep your pet feeling happy, healthy and connected to you.










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