Pets should be encouraged to consume more fresh water and this should be presented in a way that your pet prefers whist having access to a constant supply. The aim of increasing water intake is to prevent dehydration
Your Vet will be able to offer the best advice on your Pet’s specific requirements. A bland diet that is easily digestible, such as boneless cooked chicken breast and white rice is advisable. A specialised diet for gastrointestinal imbalance maybe beneficial with small amounts of food given several times a day.
To avoid accidents within the house it is better to give your pet easy access to the outside or take them out frequently. However it is important to monitor your pets toilet activities and general demeanour. Be sure to keep a close watch on them and not let them stray too far.
- Avoid suddenly changing your pet’s diet
- Do not give your pet table scraps or snacks
- Try to prevent your pet from scavenging
- Don’t give your pet small objects to play with
- Do not give your dog bones as toys
- When walking your dog, watch that he/she doesn’t eat anything off the ground, does not eat plant material or drink from puddles
- Prevent your pet from ingesting faeces from other animals
- Try to minimise the stress in your pet’s environment
- Keep up-to-date with deworming and vaccinations
- Follow your Vets advice
- Try nutrabio for dogs and cats