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Pet Preparation Prior to Disaster Striking

Pet Preparation Prior to Disaster Striking

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Pet Preparation Prior to Disaster Striking Pet Preparation Before Disaster Striking As a pet owner, you're a constant source of hope for your family and friends. When the next natural disaster strikes, be prepared to care for those who depend on you by making sure your home is as safe as possible. Be aware of potential hazards such as flooding and debris, especially if they've been previously triggered during storm events such as Hurricane Sandy or Hurricane Katrina. Be prepared to evacuate in case of an emergency. If possible, unplug your appliances and put them in the garage or away from the windows. The following tips can help prepare your home to be safer for you and your pets in case of an emergency: Have a detailed escape plan with loved ones in the event of an ev...
How to Find a Great Pet Sitter  5 Tips For

How to Find a Great Pet Sitter 5 Tips For

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How to Find a Great Pet Sitter 5 Tips For How to Find a Great Pet Sitter - 5 Tips For People With Pets   Pets are important companions and play a significant role in many people’s lives. But for those who enjoy the leisure of staying at home and leaving the dog or cat to their own devices, it can be difficult to find a reliable and trustworthy person to drop off your furry friend for an evening. Here we discuss 5 tips that will help you find a great pet sitter. 1. Ask Around your Neighbors The first thing that you should do is talk to people you know who have dogs and cats as pets. If they are willing, ask them whether they’ve had any success finding reliable pet sitters in the past. Of course, it helps if their dog or cat is well-behaved and already accusto...
A Step by Step Guide to Pet Friendly

A Step by Step Guide to Pet Friendly

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A Step by Step Guide to Pet Friendly A Step by Step Guide to Pet-Friendly Real Estate In recent years, it has been more and more common for people to refuse to own a dog. Whether those people live in apartment complexes or condos, there is a huge demand for pet-friendly apartments and homes. This is because many of these people have lifestyle changes that require an increased amount of time outside the home. It can be anything from going back to school, working from home, or hiring a nanny. For these people, having a dog in the home may be too much of a hassle. Other people whose lives have changed to require them to stay at home more often than not or who want the extra company may not be opposed to owning a small dog. A Step by Step Guide to Pet-Friendly Real Est...
Pets and Your Vacation Homes Condos

Pets and Your Vacation Homes Condos

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Pets and Your Vacation Homes Condos Pets and Your Vacation Homes and Condos - The Real Truth If you're like most people, then your home is one of your biggest investments. And that's why it's important to be sure that your pets will be getting the care they need while you're away on vacation. You might even take steps such as using house sitters, boarding them at a kennel, or arranging for a pet sitter to come and check on them throughout the week - but this isn't always the best solution. There are several reasons why pets need the care they get while you're away, and many of them can be solved by simply understanding why they need to be cared for in the first place. Here are 5 things your pets want you to know: Pets and Your Vacation Homes and Condos - The Real T...
Pet Friendly Destinations Top International

Pet Friendly Destinations Top International

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Pet Friendly Destinations Top International Pet Friendly Destinations Top International The joys of traveling with your pet are many. One of the main issues is figuring out what destinations are appropriate for you and your pet. This article provides ten places that are not only great for travelers but also for their pets, including recommendations on hotels, restaurants, and activities to include in your grand vacation with Fido! What does "Pet Friendly" mean? It means that these travel destinations welcome pets less than 20 pounds. Places, where you can bring either one small dog or two small cats, are included in this category. It can be a little tricky, however, to find places where you have access to the Internet and Wi-Fi. The majority of pet-friendly destinations ...
Choosing the Right Pet Cremation Option

Choosing the Right Pet Cremation Option

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Choosing the Right Pet Cremation Option Choosing the Right Pet Cremation Option   Sometimes it can be difficult to make the final decision on what to do with your pet's ashes. There are several options available for pet cremation, and each one has its own benefits. Here are some of the more common ones: 1) The Pet Cemetery - This is one of the more traditional methods of placement for cremains. Cremains are buried in a family plot or designated area specifically set aside for animals. There are several options available for this type of placement, with most featuring a variety of types of markers or memorials. Keep in mind that the price of the final marker depends on the size of the family plot, with most costing around $1,000 for standard plots. Choosing ...
Holiday Pet Travel – Bring Your Pet

Holiday Pet Travel – Bring Your Pet

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Bring Your Pet Holiday Pet Travel - Bring Your Pet With You Wondering how to get your furry friendsthroughthe holiday season? Holiday Pet Travel is a great way to visit loved ones and still celebrate with your pets. Holiday Pet Travel offers you the perfect opportunity to take your pet with you on vacation, or travel during the holidays. Or maybe you don’t want to travel, but rather stay home and enjoy a little bit of downtime at home? With Holiday Pet Travel, that’s an option too. Holiday Pet Travel offers pet friendly hotels and vacation rentals to the following locations: In addition to travel, Holiday Pet Travel also offers pet sitting services. This service allows customers to take care of their beloved pets while away on vacation or business. Pet sitting services ...
Ways to Remember Your Pet After It Has

Ways to Remember Your Pet After It Has

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Ways to Remember Your Pet After It Has Ways to Remember Your Pet After It Has Passed On There is no way to ease the pain of losing a pet, but there are ways to cope with the heartbreak. We all know that feeling - that tightness in your chest when you get home from work and realize that Fido wasn't waiting for you at the door like usual. The knowledge that they won't come bounding out of their hiding spot and leap upon you with a joyful bark and wagging tail. The trickling tears that follow an overwhelming sense of loss. We've all been there, but the question remains - how do you deal with it? The feelings will pass, but they're there to stay for a while. It's best to get the feelings out, so cry away! Then tell your friends and family about it. Your other pets may ...
Traveling With Your Pet

Traveling With Your Pet

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Traveling With Your Pet Traveling With Your Pet Are you headed on a trip with your family and thinking about taking your pet along? Keep in mind that traveling with your pet can be tricky. Make sure to review the following advice so you can avoid problems while carrying out your journey. 1) Consider taking them to a nearby friend or relative’s house so they won’t feel lonely for too long. 2) Teach them tricks before traveling! Let them know when it is time for breakfast, dinner, bedtime, etc. 3) Pack a special toy for your pet, and a separate one for you. 4) Prepare yourself for potential problems on the road so you can avoid them. Traveling With Your Pet 5) Preparing your pet for a long journey on the road is as important as taking care of them once you arrive at you...