The Benefit of the Doubt: Food for Thought for Those With Pets

The Benefit of the Doubt: Food for Thought for Those With Pets

For those of you with loving pets at home, you likely spend a bit of time making all sorts of decisions that benefit the welfare of your furry friend. Some welfare decisions might require more time and observation while others may need less time to figure out: what food would they enjoy most, do they need socialization or should they have more exercise. Animals have many non-verbal ways in which they communicate their needs to those who look after them and tell us when they are not feeling well. By knowing and understanding an animal’s individual personality and daily routine, we can respond appropriately when uncertainties occur. If they appear bored, restless, lonely, or exhibit unusual behaviors, then it would benefit them to offer a response that remedies the doubt. Regardless of how severe the concern, one can never go wrong when making the choice that is most beneficial to your animal.

Shayla, Senior Caregiver

 

St. Joseph Peepentine III aka. Mr. Peepers (Unknown - November 25, 2014)

St. Joseph Peepentine III aka. Mr. Peepers
(Unknown – November 25, 2014)