Did you know your pet's nutritional needs change throughout a lifetime?
Schedule your pet's yearly checkup today to make sure what you're feeding your pet still provides best nutrition…for best health!
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The words on pet food labels can be confusing. How do you know the food you feed your pet is appropriate for his or her current age and lifestyle?
The signs of nutritional imbalances may be obvious on the "outside" when you look at your pet—a dull coat, dry skin. Your pet may be overweight or have less energy. But it's hard to know if your pet's nutritional needs are being met – on the "inside!" It's important to find out because good nutrition is vital to your pet's health. The right food keeps your pet in tip-top shape. They're healthy, active and happy both inside and out!
An appropriate pet food is important to your pet's well-being because:
- It provides optimal nutrients such as calcium and energy for puppies and kittens to grow healthy and strong.
- It keeps adult dogs and cats at ideal weight and body condition.
- It gives senior pets the nutritional support they need.
We're committed to help you choose the food that keeps your pet healthy. We'll work together to decipher pet food labels. We'll explain what certain words mean (and don't mean). And if a pet food claims to have “reduced calories,” we can tell you if it's the right choice for your overweight pet. We'll also recommend the best food for your pet's age and lifestyle-- a puppy or kitten, an indoor adult pet, a working pet, or a senior.
Make an appointment for your pet's annual exam today – we'll check to make sure your pet is getting the nutrition they need to stay well. Call us today and let's keep your pet healthy!
There are lots of places on the internet for BAD information on pet nutrition. If you want good trustworthy information, here are a few GOOD websites:
- www.acvn.org (American College of Veterinary Nutrition)
- www.balanceit.com (For feeding homemade diets)
- http://www.wsava.org/nutrition-toolkit (Global Nutrition Guidelines and Toolkit)
For information on how to evalute the diet you are feeding, click here.