How soul destroying it can be to arrive home after work to find your beloved pet has chewed on furniture, carpets or some other part of the house. Expecting his excited welcome to be returned by his loving owner, poor Fido is met with scowls. However, it is not his fault.
Dog lovers rejoice! Today’s pet gear market offers a staggering variety of equipment, but we are here to narrow that down to essentials. So before buying anything, choose wisely the things will really come in handy in the future.
Leaving any pet alone at home can be stressful for both pets and pet parents. Many of our canine friends can make quite a show while eagerly waiting for us. And our biggest worry is, what if all that stressy mess they make while we’re away for our nine to five job, happens every day while we are on a business trip or vacating? Your worries are justifiable. But your options are not only to leave them home, there’s plenty of them, and we’ll help you find the best solution for your best friend.
First of all, I would like to inform you that most of these symptoms will result in needing immediate attention from a vet. So, rule of thumb, take your pet for regular check ups, keep your vet's phone number on your fridge or in your emergency contacts list.
Pygmy Hedgehogs are so cute, right? I think everyone can agree on that. But how difficult are they to have as a pet? Well, from personal experience, I can answer with an affirmative "extremely difficult"! Correct information on them can also be very hard to find as they're such an exotic pet; however, here I will outline the main things to consider when owning one of these little cuties.
I can confidently say that I have more pictures of my dogs than I do of my family on my phone. It's not something I'm very vocal about, but it is something I'm pretty happy with. I mean, with faces like those? Come on.Being the neurotic person that I am though, I'm stuck turning over thoughts in my head about how they must be bored at home alone all day. Occasionally too, all the horrible things that can happen to them if a short circuit were to light the curtains on fire or if someone broke into my house pop into my head and send me into an absolute panic. They are just tiny dogs! And though these worst case scenario thoughts are horrific, they make me worry about the safety of my pets.
I'm faced with the same old dilemma every time I go away; I'm eager to explore and check out new places, but I'm also a devout pet owner (or as some might say, a crazy cat lady). It's great to get away and leave the monotony of daily life behind for a little while, but when you've got pets, there are some responsibilities you can't forget as easily as a laundry basket of unwashed clothes. It's hard to be an explorer and also a good pet owner.
Yes, Yes. Puppies sure do look cute, though getting a puppy is a big deal and require immense amounts of determination and patience. Let alone the hard-earned money that you'll have to pay for their deposit for the breeder, to pay him off, getting them spayed/neutered, getting his shots, and all the food, toys, treats, crates, and accessories you'll need to take care of him. But really, it's a fun learning experience to teach, train, and befriend a K-9!