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Beach season is here! There are lots of great dog beaches that provide an environment that can’t be matched by any dog park. Lots of room to run and splashing in the surf are sure to please most dogs. Just remember a few important things for your day at the dog beach.
Respect the Rules
Just like with any park, beaches have various rules for dogs. (more…)
Welcome to Part 3 of our How to Borrow a Dog Series. In case you missed our the first two installments, check them out: Become a Pet Sitter and Take a Shelter Dog on a Field Trip. In Part Three, we are going to return to discussing a way to not only spend time with dogs but earn some money while doing so by becoming a professional dog walker.
Dog walkers are different from pet sitters in that they don’t spend a full day with the dogs and don’t host them in their own homes. Pet owners use dog walkers to walk and feed their dogs throughout the day while they are at work or away from the house.
First things first: start small. (more…)
Welcome to Part Two of our How to Borrow a Dog Series. In case you missed our first installment, check out it out here: Become a Pet Sitter. In Part Two, we are going to discuss an easy way to borrow a dog for the day: Walking a shelter dog which is more affectionately known as a shelter field trip.
There can be a lot of reasons that a dog lover may not be able to own a dog including extensive travel for work, financial reasons, or not living in a pet-friendly building. Luckily, there are a lot of ways to keep dogs in your life without making the full commitment to ownership. This is the first part of a series where we explore the various ways you can spend time with dogs without owning one.
In this first part of our series, we will focus on becoming a pet sitter. With pet sitting, you not only get to spend time with dogs but you can actually make money while doing it. (more…)
So you’ve found the perfect pet-friendly place and now it is time to actually make the move. Just a few months ago, I was in the same situation. My cat, Wilson, has seen it all when it comes to moving. I found him in college and since then he’s lived with me in 5 apartments and 3 houses spanning 4 cities in 3 states. We both get better with each move but all the same stresses are still there. This post shares some of my personal tips along with some general tips for helping your pets on moving day.
Let’s face it: We all love our pets but the toys, the litter, and the pet furniture can sometimes cramp our style especially if you are crammed in a 500 sq. foot studio in the middle of the city. Stylish solutions for your loved one are hard to come by and often expensive.
These IKEA hacks go all out to provide stylish and practical solutions that will satisfy your pet and mesh with your decor.
There are lots of great ideas for hiding your cat litter box but this IKEA Hacker went above and beyond with his tech-savvy cat litter hideaway that actually counts the number of times his cat uses the box and alerts him when its time to change the litter via a slick LED signal.