How many pet parents make New Year’s resolutions for their pet?


As we head into a new decade, it’s time to reflect on what personal goals we want to accomplish. It seems this tradition has expanded to include New Year’s resolutions for pets too!

new years resolutionsSixty-one percent of pet owners have made a resolution for their dog or cat in 2019, according to new research done by OnePoll. Don’t expect this trend to change in 2020! New Year’s resolutions include a promise to change an undesired trait or behavior, to accomplish a personal goal or otherwise improve their life. Pets deserve the chance to make resolutions and it’s up to pet parents to help!

Goodnewsforpets has some resolution ideas that can work for you and your pet here. If your resolutions include travel head over to our Hot Products section to find out more about a fab carrier find from Frisco.



  1. Smile!
    Amazing choice of action for our cute canine creatures.

    I think top of the list would be potty training for a lot of pet parents to puppies.

    in my opinion, teaching your pet the ideal way to conduct themselves while carrying out potty action is the highest test of pet training.

    However, I admit that it’s easier with some breed than others.

    Once again, great job with this article and site

  2. You’re very welcome!

    I always look forward to your articles. This is because (I think) we have so much in common (as regards our love for pets), and it affords me the opportunity to hear your view, well as air mine.

    Please keep up the great work with this site.

  3. You’re welcome and thanks as well. I always look out for your articles. This is given the common interest we share as pet lovers. It helps me hear your priceless views, well as an opportunity to air mine.

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