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Did you know that you can extend your dog’s life by avoiding the most common mistakes that dog owners make?
When you start avoiding these mistakes, you’ll save so much more time, money and nerves, dodging veterinary trips that shouldn’t have happened in the first place!
As a dog owner myself, I know for a fact that you want what’s best for your furry friend.
And what would you give to have a few more years with your favorite fuzzball in your life?
If you care about your dog, then read carefully…
They Tell You The Wrong Information And Steal Your Money
I was always surrounded by animals, but my constant volunteering at various animal shelters and local rescue centers taught me crucial lessons about pet care and training.
The key is learning the correct way for you to do it.
And through my years of work with animals, communicating with people on numerous gatherings, group chats, or even forums, I found out people have been misled.
What upsets me is how much wrong information and frauds exist, detrimental for your pup’s life.
Today, you get stunned by shiny commercials and don’t get all the information, thinking you’re doing the right thing.
One of those peeps is Samantha, a relative of mine, who reached out after spending loads of cash (I’m talking about thousands of dollars) on food, and later on veterinary costs, for her pinscher mix Bristol.
‘I fed her food we saw on TV commercials, that promised complete and well-balanced nutrition, thinking that’s best for her.
Then she started having stool problems. At first, she was gassy and bloated, but soon after we were running outside because of her unpredictable diarrhea, even in the nighttime.
She couldn’t have eaten something outside, I always monitor her, so it must’ve been her new dog food. I couldn’t watch my baby suffering.
At that point, I didn’t care for the cost, I just wanted Bristol to get better.
I’ve tried out and mixed the priciest brands on the market, but it really turned out I should’ve taken her to the vet instead.
She had acute colitis, the inflammation of the inner lining of her colon… And it was all my fault because she developed it from the allergies she had as a consequence of bad nutrition.’
Avoid Samantha’s (or should I say common) Mistakes
Oh boy, she did make a lot of them, but remember, she still thought she was doing the right thing.
You can avoid that.
Proper and balanced nutrition can prolong your doggo’s life, supporting his well-being, energy levels, and avoiding health problems.
You’re about to learn common misconceptions about your dog’s nutrition and how to stop it once and for all. (or choose to pass, sit, relax, and spend time with your best four-legged friend while having that thought you could have done more).
Your dog will be grateful: those eyes, looking at you with that deep love and compassion, will sparkle more brightly than ever before.
Are you ready to feel that?