Living with adorable and smart dogs and cats sounds like a lot of fun. The rate of return after adoption did not decrease significantly. There are still many people who return their pets after adoption, which means there are still many who don’t understand what things should not be missed when they want to start living with pets. A beloved pet can certainly be a double-edged sword that can injure itself and its owner, for example a pet that has bad behavior or has a dangerous infectious disease. The following are some things to do after adopting a dog and cat:
1. Take Dogs and Cats to the Vet
Visiting the vet is not always because your pet is sick, because prevention is better than cure. Dogs or cats that have just been adopted should be taken to the vet to check their overall health condition, especially if they do not have a history of vaccination or have never taken deworming medicine before, because vaccinations and deworming can protect dogs, cats and owners from attacks dangerous disease. In addition, by visiting the veterinarian, the owner can also consult about what nutritional needs should be given to dogs and cats. Owners can also discuss and start planning the best time for vaccination, deworming, sterilization, feed recommendations, and a good lifestyle for dogs or cats.