1. Feed them healthy

According to research, inactive pets are likely to have eaten low-quality processed foods with artificial ingredients, while energetic and bubbly pets can be attributed to a healthy diet. Feed them good food and you can expect good moods!

2. Take them out

Pets are social by nature and spending their days isolated and unchallenged are likely to make them unhappy. Dress your furbabies up and take the time to bring them outside to meet new people and fur-friends. The better socialized they are, the happier they will be.

3. Play with them

Happy animals are active animals. Take time each day to exercise and play with them as playtime allows them to be mentally stimulated and physically challenged. Their time with you is limited, and YOU are the bright spot in their otherwise uneventful day. Simply being with them will mean the world to them.


4. Give them space

Create a comfy space in your home where your pet can simply be and let their paws hang loose. Shop for things you can fill their space with to make it extra comfortable and convenient!

5. Groom them

Instead of taking them to the groomer, try to groom them yourselves. Not only will it make them look and feel good, it will also strengthen the bond between you and your pet!

6. Keep track of their health

Keeping your pet healthy is an important part of responsible pet parenting. Schedule regular vet visits and provide them the vitamins and supplements they need to live long, healthy, and happy lives. Health and happiness go paw-in-paw, so always consider whether your pet’s total well-being is in balance.