You may think about take care of pets like a cat or a dog. Due to limited outdoor activities, of course, it will also limit meeting with your friends. For those of you who are caring for animals at home for the first time, here are ways on caring for pets during activity restrictions:
Create a comfortable environment
A safe and comfortable environment is of course the first thing you should pay attention to when bringing pets into your home. Dogs are usually more comfortable with beds while cats are more comfortable in their own connoisseurs. Make sure their crib or small house is cleaned regularly. You also need to pay attention to the safety of the environment where your pet lives. For example, don’t place your dog’s or cat’s bed near power lines, not near a window or plants that are toxic to pets.
Suitable food and drink
Appropriate pet food will certainly provide the nutrition they need. When choosing food for cats, you need to pay attention to the balance between protein, carbohydrates and fat. For your dog, choose a food that contains lots of fiber for the health of their digestive system. You can also add pet formula according to their health, age and activity after consulting your veterinarian.
Give them an identity
You of course immediately give a cute name for your pet. However, you also need to add this identity as their accessory which will make it easier for you if suddenly your pet runs out of the house. Make sure the accessory as your pets identity doesn’t interfere with their comfort.
Routine health checks and maintenance
Routine checks for your pets health, clipping your dog’s nails, or trimming your cat’s and dog’s hair that is starting to grow long is a form of your concern for your pet. What’s more, when your pet gets older, you also need to pay attention to the health of their teeth. Don’t forget to invite them to play with special pets toys that are safe for your pet dogs and cats. Playing with pets will also further increase your closeness with your pet cat or dog and maintain their health by running or walking in the park and playing with toys at home.