•Spend more time going on walks together. Nothing tells your dog you love him more than quality time spent together outdoors. Your body will thank you too!
•Try a new activity together. Whether it’s hiking, skiing, kayaking, maybe even check out our news article on the new dog park in our area! (Stillwater Dog Park) There are so many ways to incorporate time with your dog into your exercise routine.
•Make a date to come see us in Lake Elmo. Yearly examinations are vital for your pet’s overall health. As your pet gets older, he is more prone to health problems. The earlier the detection, the more likely we can treat underlying issues, and ultimately, the more time you will have to spend with your pet!
•Brush your pet’s teeth daily! Yes, daily. Dental disease is a lot more common in pets than many realize.
• No pets in your family? Volunteer! Try spending some time helping out in an animal shelter. You’ll make many animal’s days by doing so.
We hope 2015 brings you and your family many smiles and tail wags!