10 Signs Your Pet is Unwell
Updated: Jun 20, 2022
Our cats and dogs are not able to articulate how they feel when they are unwell. However, their out of ordinary behavior are the tell tales signs that something is not normal for them. What are those signs?
Bad breath or drooling
Excessive drinking or urination
Change in appetite which result in weight loss or gain
Slow down in movement and seem least interested in any activity
Difficulty in climbing stairs
Sleeping more than normal, or other behavior or attitude changes
Coughing, sneezing, excessive panting, or labored breathing
Dry or itchy skin, sores, lumps, or shaking of the head
Frequent digestive upsets or change in bowel movements
Dry, red, or cloudy eyes
Lethargy and unwillingness to play
Noticeable change in weight
Vomiting and diarrhea
Becoming much more or much less vocal
Always in a hiding
Not using the litter tray properly
Discharge from eyes or nose
Over or under grooming
Shortness of breath
Sudden changes in appetite
Before all the above happens, paw parents can make small changes in lifestyle to ensure your pet stays healthy for as long as possible.
Your pet needs to exercise
Pets need both physical exercise and mental stimulation. It can be going outdoors for walks, play dates with other pets and also providing toys to play at home. If your pets are more domesticated, you may want to consider building obstacle courses and change their toys once in a while to keep them intrigued.
Your pet needs well balanced meals
There should be a balanced meal of quality food and treats. Dry food alone will not be able to provide the nutrients your pet needs. Consider feeding homecooked meals and freshly made treats that contains no preservatives and other nasties. Remember to also provide fresh water at every meal and change out water regulary in the bowl.
Your pet requires regular grooming
Grooming includes trimming nails, brushing and bathing your pets regularly. When you groom your pet on a regular basis, you will easily notice changes to your pet’s skin and coat. You should look out for spots, lumps, bumps, bald patches and/or dandruff.
Your pet needs supplements
Just like humans, pets need supplements to get the nutrients they need which are absent in their daily meals. When you feed your pet supplements regularly from an early age, it helps to keep your pet free from unwanted health issues.
Hence CAHO formulated these 3 essential supplements to help keep your pet healthy and happy. These supplements can be fed on a daily basis.
CAHO Immuboost Colostrum
Immuboost Colostrum milk is derived from cow colostrum (‘First Milk’) which is naturally rich in immunoglobulins, vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates and digestive enzymes. Immuboost is formulated as an ideal meal supplement for dogs and cats to promote growth; supporting the immune system and improve digestive health.
Nucleotide is a new age natural supplement for your dog’s and cat’s gut health and overall cell repair and renewal. Paw parents have noticed an improvement in their pet’s skin and coat condition, digestive system, and overall health. Their pets have appeared more active, happier and do not fall ill as frequently. Here are some reviews:
Contains 10 key active ingredients, formulated at the optimum ratio to protect joint health of cats and dogs, by targeting different structural components of the joints. CAHO Agility+ helps to support and improve your pet’s hips and joints by nourishing, conditioning, replenishing and lubricating them. It is suitable for long-term consumption and will not give any side effects.