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How We Care For Our Pets

Joseph M Sabol
 


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We all agree that our pets, especially dogs and cats, are members of our family. We talk to them, play with them, sleep with them and include them in almost everything we do. As members of our family, or our “four-legged children", we do everything we can to make sure they are happy and healthy.

As pet owners, we have different ways of showing our love for our pets. Some people take their pets with them everywhere they go. I have seen dogs on vacation with their families, including camping and at the Jersey Shore. Motels, hotels, and other vacation destinations have become increasingly pet friendly.

Some pet owners pamper their pets with expensive doggie outfits or jewel encrusted kitty collars. I have seen homes with entire rooms specially equipped with cat climbing and scratching structures and I have heard of people giving up their own beds because they can't kick the dog out!

I live with 3 Dobermans and they have their own furniture to lounge on, all the bones and toys they could wish for, and all the love and attention they want. We make sure they always make their routine vet appointments, and another way we show our love and concern for our 3 dogs, is to provide them with the best quality, premium dog food and treats. If we did not love or care about them as much as we do, we would feed them the cheapest dog food and give them table scraps. Because our pets are completely dependent upon us, taking care of their nutritional and health needs is the best way we can care for them to insure a long and active life.

Pet nutrition has come a long way over the years. Now pet foods are formulated to address specific needs of our pets during different stages of their lives. A great way to supplement your pets nutritional needs, is to give them a high quality, all natural pet vitamin. It has been shown that the nutrients provided by a human grade pet vitamin can fight cancer causing free radicals, improve the skin and coat, strengthen and help rebuild the cartilage and provide over all support to your pets immune system.

I know of a case of a 9 month old puppy whom the owners thought had been immunized, that got parvovirus. The parvovirus is usually deadly and is a slow and painful death. This puppy was able to not only survive, but to completely regain her health and puppy energy. Her owner had been giving her a quality, all natural pet vitamin since she was 8 weeks old. This gave her immune system the boost it needed to fight off the virus and recover completely. After talking to the owner of this pup, and hearing her story, I started my 3 Dobermans on the best all natural pet vitamin I could find. You may want to do the same for your pets.

Joseph M. Sabol is a world class doberman breeder, go to http://theroadhousedobes.com or http://petvitamins4u.com for further information.

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