How to entertain your pets at home- Safe for senior pets as well!
Staying at home does not necessarily mean boredom for you and your furry friends! As experts in pet mobility and rehabilitation, we'd love to share some fun activities you can do with your pets during indoor days.
Tuesday 10th March 2020
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From Tip 1: Train with low calorie treats
Most doggies are motivated to learn a new trick when they have yummy food rewards! This dog here, Laurie, only knew 'give paw' while sitting, but has learnt the new command of shake hand while standing with the help of a treat!
From Tip 2: Use K9 Fitness Poles
Play and stay fit at home! K9 Fitness Poles (Agility) is a great introduction for your dog which includes many aspects of physical and mental fitness. It is also a fantastic rehabilitation tool for dogs getting back into the business of using their limbs better by encouraging joint range of motion.
BUSTER Activity Mat starter set includes 3 tasks for you to attach to the mat. Each task has various games to train a dog's brain and makes feeding a kind of entertainment and allows your doggie to be entertained while staying indoor for occasions like rainy days and rehabilitation.
Pheromones are natural chemicals secreted by the cat’s body. When a cat feels safe, it rubs its head (cheeks and face) against objects in your home or your legs, leaving behind facial pheromones. These send messages of security and reassurance within an environment. Feliway® mimics these facial pheromones and will have a calming affect when sprayed or diffused in the home.
Whether your pet is fit and athletic, or prone to stiffness due to old age, all dogs enjoy and benefit from relaxing massage to loosen up their muscles every so often. As experts in pet movement and mobility, we designed an online course delivering in Cantonese for you to learn all about the fundamentals and essentials of doggie massage! Be your dog's hero!
Is your cat less active now simply because of old age, or could they be suffering from osteoarthritis? The early identification of the degenerative joint condition, osteoarthritis (OA) in cats isn’t always straight forward but it is very important that cat owners spot this disease early to minimise its debilitating effects and provide the best quality of life.