If you didn't choose to make a resolution for yourself, perhaps it's time you do it for you dog or cat.

We are still in the beginning of the year. While 2019 is still young, there is time for you to get your pet to follow a new routine.

Resolutions don't have to be about removing something. They can be about adding something new or trying something different.

What resolutions are people making for their pet? According to SWNSDigital.com:

TOP 5 PET PARENT RESOLUTIONS FOR PETS IN 2019
1. Exercise more (56 percent)
2. Try new activity (49 percent)
3. Lose weight (49 percent)
4. Better hygiene (47 percent)
5. More playtime (44 percent)