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Resolutions For Fido

January 1 2023
Happy New Year! Are you making resolutions for the coming year? Whether you’re aiming for a specific goal, or just want to work towards personal growth and well-being, your canine pal will be cheering you on with tail wags and head tilts. Actually, Fido has a few objectives of his own for 2023. An Oshawa, ON vet lists some things your pooch may put on his to-do list in this article.

Get Fit

Dogs are very athletic, especially when they’re young. Fido may have a few fitness goals, just as many people do. He may also want to increase his sprint time, swim better, or jump a little higher. Just be sure to stick with activities that are safe and suitable for your pooch. Every dog is different, so ask your vet for specific advice. 

Get My Bed Back From The Cat

Cats are usually smaller than their canine roommates, but they still often get the upper paw. In fact, sometimes Fluffy is the bully of the two! Your furry bff may ultimately lose this battle, but you can offer him a consolation prize: another bed.

Learn To Be A Very Good Boy

One of the wonderful things about dogs is the fact that they really do strive to please their humans. Fido looks adorably proud of himself when he’s soaking up praise and rewards for doing something right. Help your pup achieve this goal. Take time to work with him daily, and use positive reinforcement to guide him. 


Our canine companions love going to new places and checking out previously-unsniffed ground. This is a good goal for you, too! Take your furry pal to some new parks or trails this year. There are all sorts of beautiful spots in our local area to try out. 

Get More Snacks

This one is actually more of a lifetime goal than a New Year’s resolution. Treats are actually beneficial: they’re great for bonding, training, and, of course, simply getting that cute tail going. Just stick with healthy options, and take care not to go overboard. 

Avoid Baths

Sorry, buddy: they’re really for your own good! You can make doggy bathtime better for your pet by giving him a yummy treat after, though. As your local Oshawa, ON animal hospital, we look forward to providing your four-legged friend with great veterinary care in 2023 and beyond! Call us anytime! 

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