Keeping your clothing and furniture fur-free isn’t an impossibility!
Some breeds of dogs and cats shed a lot. Other animals may experience hair loss due to a medical disorder. One of the culprits that cause pets to shed is food-related allergies. Your pet may have a sensitivity to the food that you’re feeding him or her. Identifying the problem causing the excessive shedding helps you remedy it quickly.
Prevent shedding through diet and nutrition.
A poor diet can contribute to hair loss in your pet. Food sensitivities can, too. If you’ve noticed that your dog or cat has bald patches on his or her body, it can be indicative to a problem with the food that you’re feeding them.
Knowing which ingredients are causing the problems with hair loss is imperative. Your pet’s veterinarian will be able to determine the source of the issue. You can then use the Petrics mobile app to see if the food that you’re feeding your pets contains the substances they’re allergic to.
Omega-3 Fatty Acids are essential for healthy skin and coats on both dogs and cats. Make sure that the foods that you’re feeding your pet contain the fatty acids. If they don’t, you may need to include a supplement into their diet.
Protect clothing and furniture from unwanted pet hair.
As you’re treating your pet, you can prevent their fur from getting onto your clothing and furniture. Vacuuming and dusting regularly removes pet hair build-up. An air cleaner with air filters helps, too.
Washing bedding weekly and using washable covers on furniture is another way to keep hair off your clothes, sofa, and bed. You’ll also want to keep dry sponges, microfiber cleaning cloths, and lint brushes with Velcro-like surfaces around for removing stray hairs that you find. That way, you can go out in public without being covered in your pet’s fur.
Taking care of medical issues that cause hair loss.
Some breeds of animals shed a lot. That doesn’t mean that you or your home need to be covered in their fur. You can love them without wearing their hair as a fashion accessory. By following the advice given above, you can protect your belongings from your furry friend’s shedding coat.
Taking care of your pet’s nutritional needs helps prevent excess shedding in breeds of animals that aren’t prone to hair loss. Making sure your dog and cat get the vitamins and nutrients it needs to remain healthy is easy with the right tools. If you haven’t had a chance to sign up for notifications about the new Petrics app, now is the time to do so.
You’ll be able to keep track of important information about your pet including feeding schedules, veterinary appointments, product recalls, pet food ingredients, and more. Having access to the latest news about your dog or cat helps you take better care of your furry friends. Having the app on your phone ensures that you’re never without the important information you need to retrieve wherever you go.