Happy New Year! Are you setting resolutions for this year? If so, why not include your pup? Actually, Fido can be a great source of inspiration when it comes to setting goals. Read on as a Salem, VA vet lists some resolutions inspired by dogs.
One of the best things about dogs is the fact that they are so loyal. Fido will stick with you no matter what, and will offer you cuddles, tail wags, and unwavering friendship on even the worst days. Be loyal to your loved ones!
Stop To Smell The Roses
As Ferris Bueller put it, life moves pretty fast. It’s important to take time to just relax and enjoy your surroundings. There’s no better way to do that than by taking a long walk with your furry best friend. Remember to enjoy those small peaceful moments as your pup is happily sniffing grass.
Explore New Places
Our canine buddies love to explore new places. Indulge Fido by visiting a new park or trail. You may also want to do some exploring this year. Go somewhere new in 2019!
Dogs are super adorable when they’re feeling playful. Fido’s joyful exuberance has a special way of making us smile. Take time to have some fun this year!
Enjoy Some Yummy Treats
A good diet is very important to both your health and your dog’s. That said, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy a special snack every now and then. As for Fido, there’s nothing wrong with giving him treats, either, as long as you don’t go overboard.
Fido has some adorable ways of showing his gratitude for the love and care you give him (as well as for bacon, belly rubs, and toys). Be grateful to those who have helped you!
Get Plenty of Exercise
Dogs love to run and play. If you want to get into shape this year, take a cue from your pup, and have fun with your exercise routine. Fido can also make a great workout buddy.
Get Enough Sleep
Did you know that Fido spends about half of his time sleeping? Make sure he has a good doggy bed. Also, remember to get plenty of rest yourself.
All of us here at Harris Animal Hospital, your Salem, VA vet clinic, want to wish you a wonderful new year. Please contact us anytime!