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I share my life with two human kids and three feline ones, and it's my priority to keep all of them healthy. That means they get regular medical care, eat good food and plenty of play and exercise. I'll admit, though, the exercise part is probably the hardest -- and that goes for the cats and the people in my house! But still we try.
Dr. Ashley Gallagher, vet at the Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington, D.C., gives us a quick breakdown for how to keep our pets happy and healthy.
Dogs and cats age much more quickly than humans, so missing one annual checkup is like one of us missing five years' worth of appointments!
|"I look FINE, Mom!"|
Proper preventative care doesn't stop of the vet's office -- what we do at home also makes a huge difference.
|"Excuse me, what's missing over here?"|
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