This article is based off of my personal experience with my BarkBox subscription, and at the end if the day, it's still up to you to decide if you think BarkBox is worth it. However, I am more than happy to share with you what I know about BarkBox.
Our pets bring us so much joy and happiness, it’s only natural that we return the favor by buying them a few of their favorite things. But what exactly are their favorite things? It can be hard to decide exactly what your pet will love when they’re not beside you wagging their tail at whatever toy catches their eye.
Without a question of a doubt, our culture is one that loves pet. For those of us who have pets, treating them like one of the family is only natural. What we inevitably want to do is spoil them rotten. Fortunately, giving our pets the treats and pampering they deserve is becoming both easier and more varied with the number of subscription boxes for pets available online. So regardless of whether you have a parakeet, a mouse, a doberman, or a tabby, there is a way to show your pet that you think they are the best.
While people often cannot agree on many things these days, there are a few universal truths that transcend almost all conflicts. One such truth is that small, furry animals are adorable. Accordingly, it is nice to surround oneself with pets and images of these furry companions.
The reason most pet owners are anxious to leave their house for any reason is because they are worried about their furry friend at home. Sure, a couple hours over the weekend and there's no doubt they'll be fine (so long as you've trained them well), but when you think about a day trip to the beach or an urgent meeting running over your normal work hours? Now you might be running into some trouble.
Fat cats are adorable, they're absolutely huggable, but it's not healthy to have an obese kitty.
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.
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Your dog is your best friend, a part of your family, and the buddy that you always know you can rely on. Unfortunately, you might not always have the time to give your pup treats. Due to the nature of working, traveling, and just life in general, it can be hard to care for your pet.
A new puppy can bring a lot of stresses along with it. Type of foods, dog crate, toys, collars, and other accessories are all going to be on your mind as well as your budget when shopping for your new puppy’s needs. First and foremost, you’re going to want to focus on potty training. Nothing is worse than having a new puppy that pees all over your house! As they learn, they need pee pee pads for dogs that are leak proof and help in dog training along the way. Here are some of the best puppy training pads on the market that will help in the tireless potty training process.
So, anyone who has read my pet posts will know that I have a bit of an interesting pet. Roxy is a rescue dog, and, like most rescue dogs, she has a unique personality that has taken a while to get used to and figure out.