Animal Behavior College has compiled some top goals for pet owners’ new year’s resolutions.
Article By Jeanne Wells (Marketing & Brand Ambassador for Animal Behavior College.)
Making resolutions to keep your pets happy and healthy for the new year is important and should be at the top of your list of priorities. There are always areas for improvement. It can also be fun to establish new year’s resolution goals that your pets can maintain as well. These pet resolutions can offer a chance to become closer than ever.
Pet health – Keep an eye on your pet’s health. This would include, but not limited to, diet, exercise, tooth brushing, yearly checkup and shots, grooming, mental health, heartworm and flea & tick meds.
Pet safety – Pet safety is a crucial factor when caring for a pet. These should include pet-proofing your home by having only non-poisonous plants, removing choking, suffocation, or food hazards, and keeping chemicals out of reach. Be sure to pet-proof your yard for dangers as well.
Pet insurance – Pet insurance is a health plan for our pets where the owner pays a recurring fee for veterinary expenses incurred. Most plans are for dogs and cats, although some do offer coverage for other pets as well. These plans cover accident only, comprehensive, or routine care, depending on the plan that you acquire.
Other items to consider
*Spend more time with them.
*Keep pet tags on and updated.
*Investigate new and updated products that can make life easier for you and your pets.
*Purchase safe toys to keep them occupied, so they don’t get bored.
*Do not leave them alone too often or too long.
*Reduce stress for you and your pets.
*Keep them active.
*Socialize your pets with people and animals.
Dog & cat training -Training can be the most beneficial service you can do for your pet. Training can help with things like teaching your pet to stop jumping on people, learn new tricks, obedience, barking issues, destruction of furniture and clothes, getting along better with other pets and humans, and much more.
If you would like to learn how to train your dog or cat, and even turn it into a career, you will want to check out Animal Behavior College. They have programs in dog training, cat training, service dog training, grooming, aquarium maintenance, and zookeeper assistant.
If you want to learn pet grooming to save money on your grooming costs, and possibly make it a career for extra income, investigate their grooming program.
Anyone from Pickens County, GA who enrolls in one of Animal Behavior College’s main programs will get a Short-Term Program of their choice at no cost. Must be over 18. It cannot be combined with any other offer.
Use this link for more information and to enroll today:
Please mention Pickens County Progress and the special when you sign up to begin your new animal experience. This offer is good for a limited time only!