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7 New Year Resolutions for You & Your Dog

January 22, 2018

It's the start of a new year, which can mean a fresh, new start to make life changes and set goals to improve your way of living and those around you. Although we’re more than half way through the month of January, it's not too late to set a New Year's resolution for 2018, for you or your pup (who said you had to do it alone?).

Below are several New Year’s resolutions to keep you and your four-legged friend motivated throughout the year! 



1. Make healthy food choices





















Go on a hunt for healthy pet food options. Knowing exactly what goes into your dog’s system is important. Try to find pet foods that have real, natural ingredients. 


Want more information on what foods can be beneficial to your dog’s health? Read our previous blog post!



2. Give your pup the daily exercise they need





















Hey! You’re not the only one who wants to stay healthy! Daily exercise is an important aspect of everyone’s health, dogs included! Making sure your pup gets the daily exercise they need will prove to be beneficial to their overall health, and would also help ward off boredom. 


Can’t find time to make sure your pup gets their daily exercise? Book a walk with UDog! Our walkers are trained to handle all breeds and sizes of dogs. Book your walk today at www.udogapp.com. 


3. Regular Grooming Sessions





















Don’t wait until your pup gets their first few knots! Making sure your four-legged friend is groomed regularly helps remove dead hair, as well as dirt. It also helps bring out natural oils, promoting a shiny, healthy coat. 


Source: Petmd



4. Keep better track of your Dog's dental care





















Your pup needs regular dental care, just like you do! Making sure your dog gets their regular dental cleaning helps prevent dental disease, which can result in bad breath, painful chewing, and even tooth loss.


Source: Vetstreet


5. Spending more quality time together