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Care & Feeding
Proper care and feeding of your pets is critical for their overall health and quality of life.
In order to maximize your pets' health and longevity, it is important to feed them properly based on their age, breed, size, stress factors and activity levels. Keep vaccinations current and maintain clean and healthy teeth and gums.
Dogs Under Stress: Hard working dogs, dogs in winter, and pregnant and nursing mothers may require as much as three times the normal daily ration of food. Watch their condition carefully to provide adequately for their needs.
Water: Always provide your dog adequate fresh water daily, in a clean container.
ICE - In Case of
Are you prepared in the event an emergency arises?
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has a variety of resources to help you prepare to evacuate your pets in case of disaster. The emergency response and evacuation DVD as well as other useful pet care information can be found at www.avma.org.
August is National Immunization Awareness Month
Immunizations are very important for your pets' overall health. Responsible pet owners make sure that their pets are protected from preventable diseases to ensure a higher quality of life and a healthier pet. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association there is no "one vaccination schedule fits all" for dogs or cats any longer.
There is "increasing evidence" that some vaccinations that have previously been recommended to be given on an annual basis, will either provide immunity more than one year, or lose effectiveness before 12 months have passed. Talk to your veterinarian about the proper schedule for your pet. (Resource: www.avma.org)
|Feeding Tips for Dogs|
Dogs under stress may require as much as three times the normal daily ration of food. Watch their condition carefully to provide adequately for their needs. Consider cafeteria feeding during these times.
Hardworking Dogs - Police dogs, guard dogs, guide dogs for the blind or other individuals requiring assistance and performance dogs who engage in physically strenuous activities like racing, herding, hunting and search and rescue work have higher energy requirements than nonworking adult dogs.
Whatever your dog's job, his performance will require the expenditure of energy. Exact nutritional requirements will vary with the type and intensity of work and environmental conditions.
Working dogs cannot physically eat all the food they need when fed from a maintenance diet dog food. Atta Boy Performance Formula dog food will fuel your hard working dog with all the dietary energy, vitamins and minerals they need.