Seeing Is Believing
Seeing is believing in your pet’s food. Your veterinary team is a good source for pet health information, including nutrition. Nutrition is an important part of a veterinary practice as it impacts the health and well-being of your pets.
Cats and dogs have different nutritional needs as they develop and age. Your kittens and puppies require special nutrition for growth during their first ten months. At 10 months, kittens and puppies transition to an adult food. At age 7, your pet becomes a senior, and again food requirements change.
Dr. Gesa Kohn-Gould has been practicing in Burlington for over 30 years and has seen wonderful progress within the pet food industry. An extensive number of diets are available to prevent and treat diseases, benefiting the quality and longevity of your pet’s life. Food suppliers have invested a great deal of time and effort to develop pet foods that address kidney disease, arthritis, weight management, and everyday dental issues. These are only a few of the products available within the extensive line of foods dealing with your pet’s health.
Understanding your pet’s food is a start to good nutrition. Talk to your vet today.