Pets Prefer Probiotic treats help to provide support for a healthy appetite, digestion and immune system function.
Our latest national poll on animals and pets finds that sixin ten voters (61%) say they own a pet. Almost half (46%) say they spend between 1-5 hours per week taking care oftheir pets, while 25% spend between 6-10 hours, 7% 11-20 hours, 6% more than 20hours and 16% less than one hour. One in five say they prefer to spend timewith their pets over most human beings. Rural Americans are more likely toprefer the company of animals to humans, with a 33% saying they would ratherspend time with their pet than other humans, compared to just 12% of suburbanand 19% of urban respondents. Similarly, 30% of respondents who identify asintroverts prefer the companionship of a furry friend, compared to 14% ofextroverts.
Some pets prefer to be examined up high, on the table, in your lap, in their carrier, or on the floor.Â We’ll go where we need to go to make your pet comfortable during the exam.Â We’ll also use specialized distraction techniques to keep your pet focused on good experiences while we perform procedures such as nail trims or injections that might cause brief stress or pain.
Paws down, pets prefer pet sitting!
Pets Prefer are veterinarian formulated and recommended.
We are dedicated to developing quality products that promote healthy lifestyles for your furry family members. Let us know what you think of PetsPrefer® supplements, treats, and grooming products. We stand behind the PetsPrefer® line with a 100% satisfaction guarantee because we love our pets!PetsPrefer® pet care products are specially formulated by the Pet Wellness Professionals and manufactured in the USA with domestic and imported ingredients.PetsPrefer® treats and supplements are veterinary-formulated with delicious, natural flavors. They contain no artificial colors or added sugars. To accommodate your pet’s intolerances or dietary restrictions, our products are soy-free and corn-free. Many are also gluten-free. Many pet owners leave their home radios playing all day for the listening pleasure of their dogs and cats. Station choices vary. "We have a very human tendency to project onto our pets and assume that they will like what we like," said Charles Snowdon, an authority on the musical preferences of animals. "People assume that if they like Mozart, their dog will like Mozart. If they like rock music, they say their dog prefers rock." by telephone between June 11 and 13, asking them 36 questions relating to their views on pets, animal phobias, and other random creature preferences. The poll, which was not authorized or paid for by any campaign or political organization, had a margin of error of +/-4 percent. Considering the great demand for new ways to please our pets, more progress is likely to be made in the field of animal music. But no matter how well composers perfect their dog, cat and monkey songs, the animals will probably never appreciate their species-specific music quite as much as . According to Snowdon, they lack an important musical ability that we possess: relative pitch.