Maintaining healthy habits is the best way to prevent your dog from getting sick. By following the tips below and doing your best to prevent and avoid the most common health problems in dogs, you could save your pet’s life in the long run.
The health epidemic is only getting worse, and the U.S. economy is not getting any better either. To prolong your dog’s life and avoid high vet bills, it may be time to break the cycle and work to prevent the most common health problems in dogs. You’ll be happy to know that there are many inexpensive ways to improve your dog’s current habits.
1-Rester on track in case of behavioral change
Pay attention to the amount of food your dog eats and its usual activities and behaviors. So you’ll know when something is different. Don’t wait for the problems to get serious to get help from a veterinarian.
You can get an idea of the quality of your dog’s sight and hearing by playing with him (and there are tons of games to do with your dog) or by training him.
Monitor the amount and timing of his usual eating, and also try to follow his toilet habits. If his daily routine or behavior changes dramatically in a very short time, it is time to make an appointment with the veterinarian.