You must prepare to give your pet the best care to ensure a long and healthy life. Here are a few recommendations for caring for your Cogol:
To stay strong and happy, your canine buddy needs healthy, balanced meals.
Golden Retrievers and Cocker Spaniels are prone to obesity and can pass on this condition to the offspring. To keep your Cogol from unhealthy weight gain, opt for wholesome, well-portioned meals.
I recommend Pet Plate’s nutritious, grain-free, and high-protein meals. The kibbles are made using healthy and delicious ingredients such as ground beef, carrots, sweet potatoes, and lots of other goodies that even the pickiest dog will love.
Remember to give your active pup plenty of water. I usually add some dental water additives to my dog’s water bowl.
The additives help to whiten teeth, fight bad breath, and keep tartar and plaque at bay, all while keeping Fido hydrated!
In addition to healthy food, give Fido high-quality multivitamins.
A good multivitamin supplement will provide your pup with the essential vitamins and minerals needed for healthy growth.
Canine supplements are generally safe but consult with your vet before giving multivitamins to your dog.
Golden Cocker Retrievers are high-energy dogs. Your pooch will require tons of exercise and is, therefore, more suited to large outdoor spaces.
Give your dog about 60 minutes of daily exercise. This should include at least two walks per day. Cogols also love running, swimming, fetch, obedience training, socializing with other dogs, and treasure hunting for mental stimulation.