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How much do you love your dog?

Dog health tips

Did you know that 82% of pet owners acknowledge they could be doing more to improve their pet’s overall health and wellbeing*? Well thanks to the THE PURINA P.E.T. PROJECT there is plenty of expert help to provide a balance of information and inspiration that encourages pet parents to improve the overall health and wellbeing of their pets by pledging and having fun whilst enjoying regular PLAY time, understanding nutrition and correct portion sizes to EAT and getting tips and tools to TRAIN better.

Are you up for the mission?

Here is a quote from Dr Jo Righetti about her dog, Chilli.

“ With my dog, Chilli, life is all about play – in the park, in the garden, in the lounge room. She loves balls, squeaky toys and food releasing toys. I try to ensure she’s always got new toys to play with to keep her active. You can too – Make a Pledge today! “

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How you help your pet have a happier and healthier life.

Ensuring your pet gets regular exercise and play is one of the best things you can do for your pet’s health and wellbeing. Dogs love to exercise and it is also a great way for you to keep fit too! Win/Win here. READ MORE

Diet is another very important factor in your dog’s happiness and wellbeing. Just like humans, as dogs age they too need adjustment in their diet. It also depends on the breed so make the effort to find out how to tailor your dogs diet. Dogs should not be fed human food READ MORE

Dogs respect leaders; therefore training your dog is essential to his/her happiness. Many behavioural problems stem from the dog’s uncertainty about its role in the “pack.” Training can eliminate problems stemming from insecurity and power struggles as training makes clear the “pack order” in your family. Training helps eliminate boredom and destructive behaviour such as digging, chewing and house soiling. Pets that are trained are also more sociable in public and in the family home. READ MORE

Purina Pet Project

So will you PLEDGE to help improve the health and happiness of your dog? PLEDGE HERE

* Source - P.E.T Study – Conducted by Galaxy Research, April 2014. All trademarks and other intellectual property on the site are owned by Société des Produits Nestlé S.A. Vevey, Switzerland or its related entities.

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