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National Love Your Pet Day: Tips for Pet Health and Happiness

National Love Your Pet Day: Tips for Pet Health and Happiness

National Love Your Pet Day: Tips for Pet Health and Happiness

Keeping our furry pals feeling pawsitive is a must for their happiness, right? They depend on us to spot any signs of stress, keep their fur looking fabulous, and their tummies feeling fine. This Love Your Pet Day, let's go the extra mile to pamper them, from regular vet check-ups to some rad supplements like chill-out vitamins and meals that make their coats shine and their nails strong, we've got it covered. Let's show our furry buddies some serious love, inside and out!

Pets Shine with Glossy Coats & Fancy Nails

Pets are at their best with glossy coats and well-groomed nails! Not only do they look fab, but it also shows they're feeling great. Their fur keeps them cozy and protected, while trimmed nails prevent any ouchies or mishaps. Just some regular pampering and a balanced diet can keep them looking and feeling their best. Additionally, supplements that include Biotin[1] can further support their coats hand give it an extra shine.

Pets Get the Jitters Too

Sometimes pets feel a bit anxious, which can throw off their vibe. Stress can mess with their overall behaviour, tummy, and even their immune system[2]. But don’t worry, we've got their backs. Let's keep things chilled with plenty of exercise, consistent routines, and loads of cuddles. And for those extra tough times, a sprinkle of calming tablets with ingredients like magnesium[3] or valerian root, can help them feel comfortable and safe.

Keep Your Pets Bouncy with Healthy Joints

Active pets are happy pets! Whether they're chasing balls or just sniffing around, they need strong joints and smooth moves. So, let's pair their active lifestyle with healthy habits like exercise and yummy meals. And hey, why not throw in a cheeky treat to keep them going? With a little attention, they'll be zooming around with joy in no time!

Happy Pet, Happy You!

Showering them with love and attention builds a bond that's amazing. Cuddles, playtime, and belly rubs and make them feel safe and loved. Plus, all those cuddles and playtime sessions help reduce stress[4]. Overall, giving our furry friends plenty of love and affection makes for a happier, healthier pet and a stronger, more joyful relationship between pet and owner.

Don't forget to share your precious pet moments with us on social media! Let's celebrate the joy of pet ownership together and create a community filled with wagging tails, purrs of contentment, and endless adventures! We’re on Instagram & Facebook


[1] Frigg M, Schulze J, Völker L. Clinical study on the effect of biotin on skin conditions in dogs. Schweiz Arch Tierheilkd. 1989;131(10):621-5. PMID: 2602924.

[2] Kersti Seksel, BVSc (Hons), MRCVS, MA (Hons), FACVSc, DACVB, DECAWBM

[3] Ando I, Karasawa K, Yokota S, Shioya T, Matsuda H, Tanaka A. Analysis of serum magnesium ions in dogs exposed to external stress: A pilot study. Open Vet J. 2017;7(4):367-374. doi: 10.4314/ovj.v7i4.13. Epub 2017 Dec 24. PMID: 29392116; PMCID: PMC5768924.

[4] Roth LSV, Faresjö Å, Theodorsson E, & Jensen P (2016) Hair cortisol varies with season and lifestyle and relates to human interactions in German shepherd dogs. Scientific Reports 6:19631.