"Do One Thing" Series: Welcome Letter
This article is part of the 2019 "Do One Thing' series, which focuses on one small project we can do each month to support their dog's health.
Hello and welcome to the 2019 "Do One Thing" Series!
Thank you for visiting! Since you're here, I would say it's a good bet that you're interested in the health of your dog - and in learning about some things you can do to either keep him in good health or move him closer to his best health.
I get it. You want to make good, proactive decisions for your dog's health, but between all the food choices, vaccine, flea, tick, and heartworm decisions, which supplements to add, it can be easy to feel a bit overwhelmed.
I am a firm believer in progress over perfection, and know that small, incremental changes, over the long term, can amount to a big improvement in our pet's health. One small change each month adds up to a full year of positive changes for your dog. That's a huge accomplishment!
The "Do One Thing" Series will help guide you towards becoming a more informed dog parent. You are your dog's best health care advocate, and an informed decision is the best decision.
What To Expect
On the first day of each month of 2019, come back here and I will suggest one thing that you can begin doing to make a positive impact on your dog's health. Topics will include becoming more informed on a dog health topic; a diet tweak or addition; or a healthy new treat recipe to try. Slow and steady.
This will be a fun, easy to follow series for every dog family, with options for both kibble and raw feeders.
If you are joining us late, you can pick up at any month and continue at your own pace.
I'll see you back here on January 1 for the first installment!
The full series:
*If your dog has a serious, chronic, or long term health concern, please consult with your veterinarian