Today is my fourth and final post in our “‘Healthier Pets. Happier Lives.” campaign with Hill’s Science Diet. It’s really just three simple steps that lead to healthy and happy pets. Remember, as important as it is to get healthy and happy, it is just as important to stay healthy and happy. By providing the three steps of nutrition, little extras, and vet visits, you will be doing your best to have healthy pets!
Mealtime and proper dog nutrition is the first step in creating healthy, happy dogs. Deciding on the correct food and portions can be a confusing task, so don’t do it alone. Check with your veterinarian for guidance. Some factors that will influence your choice of food will be the age of your dog, activity level, and any allergies. Hill’s Pet Nutrition is offering a $10 off promotion on select Hill’s Science Diet Products. Click here to download your rebate today!
Little Extras are the second step in having healthy, happy dogs. Lots of love and healthy treats are my favorite little extras, but toys, play, exercise, and grooming are also important components. Your dog needs both mental and physical workouts to be completely fulfilled.
Annual vet visits are never to be overlooked! Your dog needs to visit their vet at least once a year. Missing just one year is like a human missing five years! Yearly checkups help your vet get to know your dog better and spot problems earlier, making them easier and less costly to treat.
As dogs, we are completely dependent on our humans to make decisions on our food and care. By feeding us healthy foods, providing little extras, and making sure we visit the vet at least once a year, it not only strengthens the bond we have together, but it helps ensure we are healthy, happy dogs with the best quality of life we can get.
This post is sponsored by Hill’s. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Hill’s® Science Diet® Healthier Pets. Happier Lives.™, but My GBGV Life only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this article.
Part of being a fit dog means staying healthy. I’m co hosting the FitDog Friday Blog Hop with SlimDoggy, and To Dog With Love! Please join us on Fridays to share your fitness stories with others, find new ways to have fun, and new fitness ideas too! Tell your friends to stop by as well – fit dogs are healthier, happier dogs!