The COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed the way we live – from our work to our learning to our social lives. It is quite fascinating how quickly we have risen and adapted to this challenge that our new reality has imposed upon us. Looking at it positively, had this situation not arisen, we would not have managed to make significant adjustments in the way we think, behave and care for ourselves.
The awareness of self-care has enabled us to look after our hygiene, nutrition, leisure activities, sports, exercise, seeking professional healthcare services and much more. Focusing on what makes us feel nourished has given us a very solid foundation.
EXTENSION OF OUR REALISATION & RESILIENCE
This renewed reflection has resulted in a strong self-resilience within us. Many of us have taken this as an opportunity to reassess and realign our self-care habits, especially keeping a check physically. We have put in place quick risk-evaluation processes for our betterment – determining food practices that build our immunity, eliminating physical interactions and using online resources effectively for food delivery, grocery shopping and medical assistance.
While many of us have made swift progress in this transition to keep ourselves safe & healthy, it is extremely essential to put the same vigour and care for our four-legged friends. Cats and dogs are intelligent, active creatures that can become affected, anxious, or even depressed just like we do.
OPENING YOUR WORLD
As we continue to plan for the uncertainties of COVID-19 and open our world to newer possibilities, here’s a thought on how we can make our furry friends a part of our preparedness plan, too. There are many concerns and risks that we all would like to avoid and a majority of those can be addressed through proper diet and hygiene.
Customers who either can’t or don’t want to visit their local pet stores during the pandemic, now have the option to make their purchases through several online food retailers that are available now.
There has been a significant rise in viral infections such as Parvoviral Enteritis, tick fever, and a few others in dogs in the last year and a half because of improper diet, hygiene and lack of physical exercise. Good home-cooked foods that contain nutrients, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that will help in building their immunity.
It’s important to remember not to overfeed our pets during this period. Make sure they have access to a clean bowl of water every time. Too many treats or unhealthy portions of food can put their health at risk. The key to staying healthy is keeping to a balanced nutritional diet. Their feed needs to be high in the proper nutrients.
Check how you can switch to better food options, ones that range from chicken, mutton, duck, fish, chicken to paneer and vegetables, etc. We recommend the fresh, homemade option as they are healthy and can be personalised based on your pet’s age, weight, breed and activity levels.
GIVING OUR BEST
The irony is that we have so much to be thankful to our pets for in this whole pandemic –they have kept us close to nature, helped cope with uncertainty, shared a greater emotional bond that we can lean on, and provided us with love, security and happiness. They have been there for us, strengthening our physical and psychological well-being, and our reciprocation to keep & feed them well is the least we can do.
The PetChef offers you a healthier choice of meals for your fur babies! Meals that are made with real, fresh and human-grade ingredients and customised to meet different food requirements.
To order your trial pack or enquire for more details, reach us at 9136946065.