Moving time can be stressful for you and your family. The upside is, at least you know what's going on. Your family's dog, on the other hand, may be just plain bewildered. Fortunately, there's a lot you can do to help your pup adjust to his new surroundings. Here a few tips to make things easier:
Mornings can be rough. We all have those days where we push snooze one time too many, adding to the stress of an already busy day. A few simple changes can make a difference in how our day begins. One of those changes can include your dog.
Slow Down and Say Good Morning!
Your dog picks up on your anxiety when you're in a hurry. Mornings can be especially trying when he knows they may lead to a long day alone. You can change how your dog feels about his day—and how you feel about yours—by trying these simple ideas:
Going on a vacation or business trip has some unique twists for pet owners. Taking your dog along is often not an option, so careful arrangements must be made for competent dog boarding. In this article, we'll explore some options.
Vacation, business trips, family weddings, etc. -- whether traveling for amusement or work, your pet is not usually invited. What do you do with your pet while you're away? You can ask a friend or family member to take him, but they have busy lives, and it's hard to ask someone to inconvenience themselves for your pet. That's why pet boarding is a splendid option for your travels.