„Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole” – said American wildlife photographer Roger Caras.
With that being said, there’s no need to explain why we want our four-legged pets to be with us as long as possible. Even though we aren’t omnipotent, there are certain things we can do to extend their lives. Just like humans, canines’ brain also shrink as they age. By keeping both their body and mind fresh, their life expectancy is believed to be higher. The owners must make sure to exercise their brain, and also find safe ways to make them move around enough. What (and how often) we feed them is another crucial point. Vitamins and dietary supplements can be a great way to get nutrients your dog is missing from its diet. Last, but not least, prevention is better than cure. Older dogs should be taken to the vet for a check-up 2-3 times a year even if there’s no visible sign of a disease. Discover further useful and interesting web content on kutyabarat.hu!