6 Tips to Keeping Your New Pet Happy and Healthy

1. Wellness exams - Your new pet should be examined by your veterinarian to ensure no health concerns exist. This visit also serves as a socialization visit where your new pet learns about how the vet clinic isn't a scary place.


1. Wellness exams - Your new pet should be examined by your veterinarian to ensure no health concerns exist. This visit also serves as a socialization visit where your new pet learns about how the vet clinic isn't a scary place.


2. High-quality food and H20 - Always provide fresh water for any pet. Nutrition plays a major role in your pet’s overall health and development. Discussing this with your veterinary team is important. Whether you have a rabbit or a cat, this is an important part of one of your first vet visits.


3. Vaccinations and deworming - Young and old alike all need to be kept up-to-date with vaccinations. So, even if you have adopted an older pet or a young cat, confirming that vaccinations are kept up-to-date is an important part of yearly health maintenance.

4. Training - Teaching your pet what you expect of them is a very important part of daily life and care for your pet. The best pets know how to please their owners. Whether that means teaching your bunny to use a litter box while being loose in your home or taking puppy classes with a new dog, it is all important and will mean a happier life in the long term.

5. Exercise - Tired and mentally stimulated pets are happier and generally less destructive. Keeping the mind and body fit is an important part of developing a bond with your new pet.

6. Hugs and love - Never underestimate the power of spending quality time with your new pet, love and attention are a must when bonding with any pet and truly is the best part of having a pet. Enjoy them and the years of unconditional love to come your way.

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