TikTok-Famous Vet Reacts To The Most Common Pet Owner Blunders
Every day, pet owners make a degree of silly mistakes. However, this does not imply that they are unqualified guardians. As long as they continue to enlighten themselves and strive to take better care of their companions, these fur parents will be fine.
Accumulating knowledge on subjects like health and nutrition, on the other hand, can be challenging to process. Fortunately, Dr. Hunter Finn is able to assist us in this area. The veterinarian from Texas frequently posts great tips on the video-sharing platform TikTok, where he addresses some of the most popular issues about pet-owning. Scan the article below if you’re interested to know more about it!
Dr. Hunter Finn is aiming to deepen the connection between humans and animals.
Dr. Finn has always wanted to be a veterinarian since he was a child. After graduating and getting a degree from one of the country’s best veterinarian programs at Louisiana State University, he was able to transform his dream into a reality. The esteemed vet completed his education and now works in Arlington. If you ask us, he is an excellent example of a young medical professional who makes good use of social media.
To do so, he’s been posting helpful pet care tips on TikTok, and people seem to appreciate Finn’s insights.
The vet posts a wide array of content. This can range from playful jokes about nail trims and client oversharing to life-saving treatment advice. Dr. Finn selects the subjects that he is asked to explain on a regular basis as a veterinarian.
“There are many people in the world who adore their pets but cannot always make investments or afford to see a veterinarian when they have concerns. If only one family benefits from my post, then it was well worth the time and effort I put into it,” he expressed.
The veterinarian, who has almost 1.3 million fans of TikTok, assists pet owners by providing tips on how to better care for their animals. Here are some of his most viral content:
“3 Ways To Help Your Dog/Cat’s Stinky Breath”
1.Brush their teeth daily.
2.Daily chewing activities (dental chews).
“Things To Avoid At The Pet Store From A Veterinarian”
1.Absolutely NEVER buy rawhides with double layer ends. (They are choking hazards!)
2.Chews are safer investments but will still need supervision!
3.Look for the VOHC stamp for ACTUAL dental benefits.
4.If it’s too hard to slap on your knee, it’s too hard for your pet to chew on!
“Don’t Be Fooled By These Pet Food Marketing Tactics”
1.Meat IS the credited first ingredient. The first ingredient can literally be 70% water because the ingredient list is ordered by weight, INCLUDING water weight.
2.These words have no regulations and are purely marketing strategies:
– Super Premium
3.”Natural” is actually regulated, but it can have a degree of chemically synthesized vitamins, minerals, and trace elements to make it balanced.
Dr. Finn has three fur babies of his own.
“You’ve probably seen [my dog] Asher on most of my social media pages; he’s very close to me, an extroverted introvert who enjoys exploring the outdoors but also enjoys sitting on the porch watching the world go by,” the viral vet stated.
“The second is Sadie, my elderly black Labrador who has been a part of my life for the past three years after my uncle passed away. She is your average Labrador who lives for mealtimes and, despite her inability to walk around as freely as she once did, enjoys lying in the yard soaking up the sun,” he added.
Dr. Finn also went on to say that Rugby is the newest member of his growing family. The pooch is still getting used to his new surroundings.
“I got him after my grandparents died, and he had never been in a home with other dogs before, so we had to work through his shyness at first. Now he tells me when it’s time to go on our regular walks around the neighborhood or when it’s time to play fetch with the other dogs,” Dr. Finn concluded.