Tuesday, October 7, 2014
#GetHealthyHappy, Stay Healthy Happy
As part of the Hill’s® Science Diet® "Healthier Pets. Happier Lives." campaign, over the past several weeks I've shared tips with you on how to keep your pets happy and healthy. Our pets depend on us to make healthy decisions for them, and by following three simple steps - annual vet visits, proper nutrition at mealtime, and pampering our fur babies with little extras - pet parents can ensure their pets live healthier, happier lives. And the healthier and happier your pets are, the longer lives they'll lead, meaning we get to spend more time together, and it's a scientifically proven fact that pets do wonders for our health in return.
In case you missed any of our posts, here is a recap of 3 ways to not only get happier and healthier, but to stay that way too!
1) Mealtime. Proper nutrition is essential to a healthy life, whether you have 2 legs or 4. Since our pets can't go shopping, they depend on us to choose what goes into their bowls, and don't they deserve the very best? There are so many choices on the shelves it can be confusing, though. Talking to your vet about your pet's unique nutritional needs is the best way to start out on the right path. To help pet parents provide their pets' high quality nutrition, Hill's Pet Nutrition is offering a $10 off promotion on select Hill's Science Diet products. Check out http://blogp.ws/CatsGetHealthyHappy to download your rebate today! You can read our post on proper cat nutrition here.
treats that feature balanced nutrition that pet parents can feel confident in giving their dog or cat. Our post on the little extras that make Truffles purr can be found here.
3) Annual Vet Visits. Did you know that not visiting the vet for a year would be like you avoiding your doctor for 5 years??? Checkups allow your vet to get to know your pets, making it easier to detect any changes in their health and behavior. These visits can help spot conditions before they become serious. Cats are notorious for masking signs of illness, so a vet's trained eye is needed. Our post on the importance of annual vet visits can be found here.
Pets add immeasurable joy to our lives, and the right care can ensure that joy lasts as long as possible.
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 Mochas, Mysteries and Meows only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this article.
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