It’s undeniable that our pets are no less than family members. We care for them like they are our children so it’s only natural we want the best for them – which includes making sure that they are warm and comfy in their dwelling. Many families have dogs (which is, by the way, proven to be extremely beneficial in a multitude of ways), but some of them can’t allow their four-legged friends to sleep inside their house. That, however, doesn’t have to mean they will be any less comfortable. With a little bit of effort, the most basic building skills and a surprisingly small budget, you can create an envy-worthy residence for your pup. So, we are bringing you some amazing DIY dog house ideas to spruce up your backyard – and you can even brag about having built it yourself.
By Emily Parker, Catological.com
For anyone who has ever been in a hospital, gone through the demands of physical therapy, or had a loved one in a nursing home, it goes without saying the experience can be difficult. However, as scientists are starting to discover, using animal-assisted therapy in these and other situations can have a very positive impact on patients.
Today, pets are not just pets—they are treated with the same amount of love and care like other members of the family. And just like all of your loved ones, it’s important to keep your four-legged friends healthy and happy. Unfortunately, parasites are often here to cause your pet and you a lot of problems. However, if you recognize the signs and provide a good treatment against parasites, you’ll have a healthy and worm-free pet. Here’s how to do that.
Whether you’re a pet parent looking for some flowers to brighten up your home, or you’re sending a gift to someone with a dog or cat that loves to chew everything, it is important to know which flowers and fillers are safe for cats and dogs, and which can be toxic.
Print a copy to bring to the florist or use it as a reference when ordering a bouquet online. It will help you to pick pet-friendly flowers and find stunning substitutes to make sure the recipient is happy and their fur babies are safe.
Everyone who has ever owned a dog will tell you that cleaning up after a dog is not the easiest task in the world. They bring dirt and mud inside your home and leave paw-prints just about everywhere. Since nobody likes living in a messy and dirty home, we all try to clean up as soon as possible and that’s a process that never ends.
The fact that dogs’ bodies are much closer to the ground means they are more exposed to dirt than their owners. So, if we have to deal with this problem, can we at least make it as natural and eco-friendly as possible? Most definitely.