Feed your pet a well-balanced and species-appropriate diet. Consult with your veterinarian to determine the right type and amount of food for your pet's age.
Address any health concerns promptly to prevent potential issues from escalating.
Dogs, for example, may need daily walks, while cats may benefit from interactive play.
Keep up with preventive measures such as flea and tick control, heartworm prevention, and dental care.
Engage your pet mentally through interactive play, puzzle toys, and activities that challenge their minds.
Spend quality time with your pet, providing attention, affection, and companionship.
Socialize your pet from an early age. Exposure to different people, animals, and environments can help prevent behavioral problems.
Create a safe and comfortable living space for your pet. Ensure they have access to clean water, shelter, and a comfortable bed.
Spend quality time with your pet. Regular interaction and attention strengthen the bond between you and your pet.
Pay attention to any changes in behavior, appetite, or physical appearance. These can be early signs of health issues.