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Money-Saving Suggestions for Pet Owners

What pet owner doesn’t wish they could save a little money here and there? Try these tips from a Reynoldsburg vet to save yourself some cash while still giving your pet the greatest care possible.

Preventative Medicine

Preventative medicine is the best medicine—it keeps your pet healthy before issues arise, and it saves you money in the long run! Keeping your pet up-to-date on vaccinations and bringing her in for yearly check-ups is far cheaper than treating dangerous illnesses or infections once they’ve taken root. Talk with your veterinarian to set up a regular appointment schedule to best serve your pet’s health.

Feed a Healthy Diet in Proper Portion Sizes

Make sure you’re giving your pet a high-quality food and feeding it to her in the proper portion sizes. Overfeeding leads to obesity, which can be expensive and time-consuming to correct, and you’re spending more on food because it needs replaced more often! Your veterinarian can help you keep your pet on a properly-balanced diet, so call the clinic today.

Groom Your Pet at Home

Get yourself a pet-appropriate brush a bottle of dog- or cat-formulated shampoo. These items are far less than the cost of having a professional groomer spruce your pet up. Unless your pet has long, curly hair or specific grooming needs, you can save quite a lot by simply grooming your pet at home.

Spay and Neuter

Spaying and neutering isn’t only one of the most important things you can do for a pet’s health—it’s much cheaper in the long run than treating the health problems and behavioral disorders that unfixed pets are far more likely to develop. Plus, you’ll save yourself the worry and cost of an unwanted litter of babies. If your pet needs to have the procedure performed, set up an appointment at your Reynoldsburg vet’s office right away.

Don’t Overindulge in Novelties

Novelties like pet perfume, scarves, or a fur-lined pet parka can be fun every once in a while, but overdoing it will only waste your money. Your pet doesn’t care what she’s wearing, as long as she’s comfortable and spending time with you! Keep these extras as the occasional gift or indulgence.

Want to know about even more great ways to save yourself a bit of money on your pet’s care? Call your veterinarian today to find out more.

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