February brings more sunshine and the promise of spring. Statistics indicate February also sees a number of well-intentioned New Year's resolutions abandoned or forgotten.
Fortunately, it is not too late to add a new resolution that should be easy to keep. Why not resolve to spend more quality time with your dog?
Your dog may have a basket overflowing with toys. He can fill his time playing with a few or make doggie-toy confetti out of them, but he would have much more fun playing with you. Interactive activities are rewarding for you and your dog.
A turkey or ham with all the trimmings will grace many dinner tables this Christmas. It is natural to share the feast with your family pet. After all, he is family. Make sure you offer a tasty delight and not a tummy ache. Your pet can enjoy some holiday favorites. Others can upset his stomach or worse. Put together a scrumptious healthy feast for your pet. Avoid foods on the do-not-share list.
Including furry four-legged friends in holiday festivities is automatic for those who consider pets family members. Keep them healthy and happy by maintaining their normal eating and exercise schedules. Be careful to safeguard them against potential dangers of common holiday decorations and treats.