Chronic diseases for dogs and cats are on the rise, according to the 2013 Banfield Pet Hospital report. At the same time, the dog and cat owners that have skipped veterinary visits have also increased, according to AVMA. "Not sick or injured" is the most common reason cited for not visiting the vets. However, we have always emphasized, health is more than the absence of disease. Be healthy requires us, the owners of our pets, to be proactive in taking preventative measures.
The power of having a vibrant life rests with ourselves. In the name of well-being, we have learned to avoid toxins, dine on natural food, fit in exercises, and follow mindful practices. Shouldn't we do the same for our pets?Give what your best friends deserve.
Listen to broadcast 07/02/13
Julie Forbes, Training & Behavior Specialist