Just like people, pets often need additional attention when it comes to losing weight. A veterinarian is often the first to tell a pet owner that their pet could benefit from a dietary change. Our team at Not Just 4 Paws Animal Hospital in Canyon Lake provides nutritional counseling and more. Our veterinarians understand your pet's nutritional needs and will help your furry friend stay healthy every step of the way.
Prescription Pet Diets
Our team provides prescription pet food as part of our nutritional counseling program. We offer a variety of pet diet options, including Hill's, Purina, Royal Canin, and Iams. There are reasons to consider a prescription diet for your pet. For example, our veterinarians may recommend making a change if your pet has allergies or does not seem to be losing weight on a specific diet. In other cases, we may recommend a new diet if your pet is sensitive to certain ingredients, including those that lead to urinary tract infections or digestive issues.
Just like people, pets appreciate treats too. While it is an important part of pet care to reward your companion, it is also important to do so with care. Low-calorie treats ensure that you provide your pet with a reward while maintaining a healthy diet.
Pets can easily become overweight, even when their owners have the best of intentions. If you think that your pet is at risk for obesity and the diseases that often come with it, it is important to consult with your veterinarian. We will help you determine how much food to give your pet each day and how to make sure your pet gets the exercise that he needs.
CET Dental Health Chews
The treats your pet eats can make a difference to his dental health. When your pet chews dental treats, he can clear the plaque from his teeth. This prevents dental infections and the need for extractions. Our veterinarians will provide options for healthy dental chews.
Book Your Pet’s Nutritional Counseling Appointment in Canyon Lake, CA
Our team at Not Just 4 Paws Animal Hospital in Canyon Lake will help you achieve the health and wellness goals you have set for your pet. If you are concerned about your pet’s diet or recent weight gain and would like to know more about our nutritional counseling services, call our team today at (951) 244-4199 or reach us through our website by using our online contact form.