New Year's is a time to reflect and make changes in our lives. One of the best ways to do this is by making resolutions with your dog. By setting achievable goals for yourself and your pet, you can ensure that both of you will have a happy and healthy year ahead.
Making New Year's resolutions with your pet can be fun and rewarding. It will help you bond with your furry friend while also teaching them important skills such as obedience, socialization, and problem-solving.
Having a healthy lifestyle with your dog is an important part of being a responsible pet owner. It not only helps keep your pet healthy and happy, but it also helps you stay in shape and be more active. Studies have shown that having a dog can help reduce stress, improve heart health, and even increase longevity.
Achieving a healthy lifestyle with your dog requires regular exercise, proper nutrition, and mental stimulation. Exercise can include going for walks or playing fetch in the park; proper nutrition includes providing them with the right amount of food; and mental stimulation can involve teaching them new tricks or playing hide-and-seek around the house.
By taking these steps to ensure your dog is getting the physical activity they need as well as the mental stimulation they crave, you’ll both be able to enjoy a healthier lifestyle together.
We have a quick, easy, homemade treat alternative to share that will help you keep your pet healthy and happy for the new year and only requires 3 ingredients. It's also a fun activity to bond with your best friend:
Frozen Pup Pops
½ cup blueberries
½ cup greek yogurt
½ cup peanut butter
Combine blueberries, greek yogurt, and peanut butter in a blender or food processor. Feel free to let your dog get in a few licks along the way if you like 😉
Blend until it comes to a smoothie consistency.
Pour blended mixture into a ziplock bag and cut the corner of the bag to allow a controlled exit when squeezed.
Squeeze the ziplock bag contents into a silicon mold (its fun to try different shapes) or a classic ice cube tray will also work.
Freeze for 5 hours.
Give your dog 1 to 2 treats daily depending on his/her size and diet.
The start of a new year is always an exciting time, and it's even more special when we get to share it with our furry friends. Taking care of your dog's health is essential for any pet owner, and the new year is the perfect opportunity to make sure you're doing everything you can to keep your pup happy and healthy. From regular check-ups with the vet to ensuring they're getting enough exercise and nutrition, there are plenty of ways you can ensure your dog stays in tip-top shape this year. Our dogs are always there for us, and now it’s time to take care of them. Here's to a healthy new year with your dog!
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