Food as medicine: how preventative care starts with food.
It can be confusing to figure out the best food for your pet: should you choose grain-free, a raw diet, home-cooked, a life-stage formula…how do you know what’s right? Ask your veterinarian!
Just as with humans, a pet’s nutritional needs change with age and lifestyle and can also be based on a medical condition. Nutrition is an important component of preventative medicine and life-long good health. We can suggest ideal diets to provide therapeutic support with certain medical conditions or nutritional needs.
Every pet’s nutritional needs are different, based on age, breed, health conditions and lifestyle factors—which can make choosing the right pet food complicated. At Pleasant Valley Animal Hospital, our veterinarians and staff can take the guesswork out of feeding your pets by advising you about what’s right for your animal.
Have questions or concerns about what your pet is eating?
Feel free to ask about these foods or if you have any questions about what you’re feeding your pet—give us a call at 978-686-4998 or make an appointment online for a nutritional consult!