Tips for Living With A Diabetic Pet
November is National Pet Diabetes Month, and if your pet…
For most owners our pet is our best friend or is just like family. And what do we do with friends and family? We usually EAT. So admit it, do you feed your pet human food? Or extra treats while you have your midnight snack? All of this eating or snacking may be putting your pet in a higher weight range. Learn more about how this may be hurting your pet’s health with these tips from PetFirst.
Pets have an ideal body weight just like humans. Your vet can discuss this with you in greater detail and can determine if your pet is over (or under) their recommended weight. In addition to discussing this issue with your vet, there are other tips you can keep in mind to help your pet shed any extra pounds:
Ultimately makingthese changes now can save your pet from future health complications such as diabetes, joint and arthritis pain, and so much more. For more information talk to your vet today.