1. Maintain your petís health with an annual physical examination.

2. Ask your veterinarian about the health benefits of spaying or neutering your pet.† You also help reduce the unwanted animal population in your community by spaying or neutering your dog or cat.

3. Train your pet to behave properly around others and to be sociable.† Sometimes professional training is required, but itís worth it!

4. Feed your pets a healthy diet and avoid table scraps.† Excess weight can be hazardous to your petís health.† Always provide ample drinking water for your pet.

5. Like us, your pets need to play and need exercise.† Make sure your pet gets plenty of exercise to keep him or her healthy.† Be responsible and always walk your pet on a leash.† No matter how well trained your pet is, sometimes accidents happen.

6. Make sure your pet has some kind of identification on him or her at all times.† There are many different kinds of identification available that is safe for dogs, cats and some other domestic animals.† Speak to your veterinarian or pet store owner about the options.

7. Grooming is important for your pet.† Brushing, bathing, nail clipping and clean ears and eyes are all essential for your petís overall health.

8. Protect your pet from harsh weather, household dangers, poisons and other dangerous conditions.† Pet proof your home!

9. Be an advocate for your pet.† You are itís only voice!

10. Love your pets and be kind to them at all times, no matter what!

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PAWS of Georgina
P.O. Box 154
Keswick, Ontario
L4P 3E2
905-868-6141
paws@pawsofgeorgina.com