Tips To Help Your Dog Live Longer
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Canine Longevity Starts with the Foods They Eat
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Tips to Keeping Your Dog Healthy and WellThe longevity of any breed starts with the foods they eat. Our 100 percent organic and natural dog food will give your furry friend new-found energy, and can be combined with some of the following tips for helping your dog live a longer and happier life.
- The first of many tips to help keep your dog healthy, of course, is feeding them a healthy diet. This will ideally be one that your dog will eat less of, and still enjoy. You should avoid table foods because these typically have large amounts of hidden sugar and sodium, which can shorten their life.
- Regular exercise will help your dog remain healthy, and is a crucial component to living a healthier and longer life. Daily exercise lowers stress, improves mood, increases endorphins, helps to maintain a healthy weight, increases muscle mass, and adds to the happiness in their life.
- Provide mental stimulation to help ward off depression, anxiety, and other illnesses. Keep your dog busy through training exercises, socialization with other dogs, games, attention, and consider obedience lessons.
- Check their teeth daily, and routinely brush their teeth to avoid plaque, periodontal disease, bacterial infections, and gingivitis. Poor oral hygiene can lead to heart disease and organ failure.
- Take them for a wellness check and teeth cleaning at least once a year. Wellness checks help the vet doctor identify the early onset health problems.
- Be sure to vaccinate, use flea, tick, and heartworm preventatives. Check with your vet about state regulations, and the essential vaccinations.
- Give your dog treats modestly, and in small amounts. Treats provide excess calories that are not good for dogs.
- Always be sure to neuter or spay your dog.
- Keep your dog's bed and eating areas clean.