So you've finally got your little furry bundle of joy. You notice that your stress levels are suddenly becoming more manageable and you’re more eager to go home than you were before you knew what it was like to have someone be so undeniably celebratory whenever you walked through the door. But seasoned pet owners will tell you that there’s more to taking care of pups and kittens than just gushing over their irresistible cuteness. Aside from the usual feeding and grooming, you need to make regular trips to the vet for check-ups and vaccines. Not sure how to go about it? Check out FN’s guide to pet vaccines.
Learn more about how to properly care for your pets with these FN articles:
- Doggy-Dangerous Munchies: 20 Food Items Not to Feed Your Pooch
- Canine Cribs: 6 Tips for Creating a Dog-Friendly Home
- Fur Files: 10 Things to Consider before Adopting a Pet
- Fur Files: How to Keep Your Dog Cool in the Summer Heat