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As a pet owner, you can consider it your right and responsibility to make sure that your animal has a long and healthy life. As such, providing adequate pet nutrition is key, and truly an essential component to your animal's longevity and well-being. Dr. Louis F. Reda, a leading veterinarian in East Islip, NY, is happy to guide all local pet owners through the important yet often confusing process of making better dietary choices for their animals.
After all, a simple walk through your local pet store or grocery store can be overwhelming. How do you know which food and treats to buy for your pet? How much does your animal need? Do puppies and kittens need different types of food than adult dogs and cats? How can you know which ingredients are safe and healthy for your pet? What about raw food diets?
At All Friends Animal Hospital, we're happy to answer all these questions and more. If you live locally to East Islip, NY, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian today.
According to recent research from the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, over half of all domestic dogs and cats in the United States are considered overweight. In fact, 1 in 5 dogs and nearly 1 in 3 cats can be considered obese!
Like humans, pets that are overweight and obese are more likely to develop a number of other chronic health conditions, many which can be life-threatening and/or life-shortening. Indeed, overweight pets are more likely to have arthritis, diabetes, cancer, liver and kidney problems, and more. These illnesses can reduce the quality and length of your pet's life, not to mention end up costing you thousands of dollars in disease treatment and management.
In addition to ensuring your pet gets enough physical exercise, managing your pet's nutrition is the number one most important thing you can do to reduce your animal's risk of becoming overweight. Allowing your vet to help you make decisions on which types of food to buy, as well as which types of food to avoid, is a great step in improving your pet’s nutrition and health.
East Islip veterinarian Dr. Reda and the rest of his staff work with hundreds of pet owners every year looking to improve the nutrition and health of their animal. Our pet nutrition services include:
Is your pet at an ideal weight? Get sound pet nutrition guidance with our East Islip veterinarian by contacting All Friends Animal Hospital today at (631) 277-8700
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I can not say enough about these wonderful people. Dr. Reda is the most compassionate veterinarian I have ever met. My beloved dog passed from cancer, but they were there every step of the way with any questions or concerns, even when they were oh vacation and I was totally distraught about it, they made sure to address my concerns and never made me feel like I was crazy. There should be more people like Dr. Reda and his staff in this business. I am forever grateful for all of you.