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What Does Your Pet Need?
Being a Guardian to a pet is a great responsibility and when your pet faces a health-related issue, sometimes it is hard to know what to do.
At Pet Planet, we are committed to helping pets live longer, happier and healthier lives. We believe that this starts with foundational nutrition; that includes healthy food and treats, supplementation and lifestyle choices that work in tandem to both prevent and support illness recovery in our pets. When a pet is faced with a health problem, we often work to treat the illness – which is an important part of the journey back to health – but there are also things that we, as Guardians, can do “right now” that can go a long way in helping our pets feel their very best, while they work to heal.

Below are a couple product options that may be beneficial to your pet as they work to prevent or heal from illness or disease.

These options have been curated from our shelves to help you find what you need quickly and easily, whether you shop with us in our stores or online at There are options to fit any budget, so that you can chose what works best for your pet and your pocketbook.

All options are interchangeable, and of course, you can choose any or all of these suggested products for your pet to create the right combination of options that fit their unique needs. If you are looking for something specific, please contact your local Pet Planet and one of our Ambassadors will be happy to help.

Pet Planet always recommends speaking with a veterinarian when faced with any pet related illness or injury. Product options vary by location. Please speak with a Pet Planet Ambassador to find additional options for your pet.

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