Pet Nutrition Counseling in Roswell
Feed Your Pet a Healthy Diet
Every pet needs to have a healthy diet – it’s a key part of overall health and wellness. All species have unique dietary needs and restrictions, and every pet should receive a personalized diet with their needs in mind.
At Holcomb Bridge Animal Hospital, we offer pet nutrition counseling in Roswell to help pet owners ensure their pet enjoys a safe and well-rounded diet.
Giant breeds such as Great Danes, Irish Wolfhounds, and Giant Schnauzers have unique dietary requirements. Very few commercial puppy foods offer the ideal mix of calcium, energy, and protein levels that these breeds need. We can provide you with feeding recommendations that will encourage your dog’s maximum growth potential without causing developmental problems. For added convenience, we can order veterinary-approved diets for giant breeds.
Puppies & Kittens
It’s easy to get confused or overwhelmed by all the pet foods on the market. We can help you weed through the choices and find a puppy or kitten food that will meet your growing pet’s specific nutritional needs. We even carry many nutritionally balanced, veterinary-approved brands in our clinic.
Pet Food, Supplements & Treats
The right food can make a big difference in your pet’s health. That’s why we offer a wide variety of specialty and therapeutic diets for pets at all stages of life as well as those with health conditions. We also carry special supplements for general wellness and for acute and chronic conditions.
Are you trying to help your pet lose weight, but you’d still like to give him or her a treat occasionally? Ask about our special lower-calorie treats, which you can give your pet without any guilt. We also offer training treats if you are training a new puppy or enrolled in an obedience class.
Do you have a pet who has allergies? Ask us about our hypoallergenic treats that are in line with your pet’s special diet requirements.
If your pet is at risk for dental disease, we have diets, chews, and treats that can help keep his or her gums and teeth healthier by controlling plaque and tartar.
We’d be happy to recommend a diet for your pet. Veterinary consultation is required for our prescription diet foods and our supplements.