I'm not sure what I'm gonna write about, but I hope it'll help someone in need.
What Is It Like to Work at a Doggy Daycare?
Unfortunately, working at a daycare/boarding facility isn't always just hanging out with pups all day. Not only are we constantly moving and on our feet, but we're always on high alert watching for signs of play escalation and aggression! The stress of the first few days is real, but it gets easier as time goes on. It's even better if you love seeing and caring for dogs just as much as I do. You come to love these dogs as your own, and get excited for another day of playing with them! You'll go home just as tired as them! If you think you'd be interested in caring for pups in a daycare setting, I'll cover some qualities I think you should definitely have! Of course at your facility you SHOULD be trained properly, but it never hurts to have a little extra something something!
Communication Is Key
There comes a point in every relationship where trouble is inevitable. Problems arise, you feel stressed, and you both have different plans for your future, whether it be school or work, or any other contributing factors. You argue, stress yourselves, and say things you can never take back with a simple "I'm sorry." I've written this article to help you get a different perspective on what's going on with you and your significant other, and how to change that through types of communication.
It's Okay to Drop Toxic Family
"They're your family. You have to love your family." No, you don't. We give people the talk about dropping toxic friends or significant others, but what about family? What if your family does no good to you, or your health? What if your family is abusive?