Never doubt a pet owner’s intuition. No one knows his or her pet than the person who sees his cat or dog day in and day out. Not to overlook the changes at home. Subtle can be significant. Buy some dog products to keep your dog healthy. One of the best ways your pet to ensure a long quality life is to schedule twice yearly well-look examinations. When the problem is found early, it is typically easier to treat, costs less to do so and the outcome is usually better.
During the time of veterinarian visit, a great deal can occur. This is where you and you intuition comes into play. Keep a pet health journal. Keep track of changes. Is your pet eating more or less? Has there been a recent change of diet? Is someone new feeding your pet? Has a new pet come into the home? All of these factors can affect a pet’s appetite.
Has your pet’s weight gone either up or down? But gaining or losing when it is not is the indication to your pet’s doctor. Is your pet getting up and down or jumping onto the bed become difficult? Osteoarthritis affects one in five adult dogs. There is no cure, but there is medical cure that can deeply associate with this progressive degenerate disease and improve the quality of your pet’s life.
Changes of behavior should not be overlooked. If your pet refuses to chew on its favorite toy or is hesitate to eat a treat, it may signal dental disease. When was the last time you have your pet’s teeth cleaned? Bad teeth can be a source of pain for the entire body.
Flip the lips and take a look and then sniff. The teeth should be white and the gum’s pink. The border of the gums should be tight and not red and swollen. If your pet has bad breath, that is not normal. Send it to your veterinarian for dental cleaning. Buy your dog a pet double end toothbrush. The large and small end can efficiently clean the awkward corners.
You notice something that is just not right. If the sign persists or worsen, do not ignore them. Make it appointment to see your veterinarian and bring your journal with you. Your pet’s well-being depends on you and your veterinarian working together as a team.