Improving My Pet's Experience
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Improving My Pet's Experience

When I found out that I would be traveling extensively for work, I realized that I needed to do something about my pets. I was concerned about them being home alone or staying with a neighbor since I needed to provide for them like I normally would. Unfortunately, because I would be in business meetings all day, I knew that I couldn't take them along for the ride. I decided to start searching for pet day care centers, and I was able to find a boarding business that offered top-notch care to pets. This article is all about improving your pet's experience.

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Improving My Pet's Experience

  • Preparing Your Pooch For A Dog Boarding Stay

    2 November 2016

    If you are going to be traveling for your job in the near future, and you have a dog that you care for at home, chances are you will want to find a reliable person to watch them while you are away. Many find that bringing their pet to a boarding facility is a great alternative over bringing someone into the home to be with a dog. If your dog never had this experience in the past, try some of the following tips to prepare them so they are less anxious when you leave them at a boarding establishment.

  • Four Tips To Make Trimming Your Cat's Nails Easier On The Both Of You

    2 August 2016

    Trimming your cat's nails on a regular basis is a great alternative to declawing. It helps keep your cat from causing damage to your furniture should he or she choose to scratch, and it also keeps you from getting clawed if your cat gets a bit aggressive when playing with you. However, trimming your cat's nails is not always easy. These tips can help. Use human nail clippers. When your cat holds completely still, you may be able to use pet nail clippers effectively, but these larger clippers are usually intended for dogs and can be tough to use on a cat's smaller nails – especially if the cat is wiggling around.

  • Answering Common Concerns You May Have About Boarding Your Dog

    1 June 2016

    Owning a dog is an excellent source of love and companionship, but it is a fact of life that there may be times when you will need to be away from the home for extended periods. During these times, boarding may be the best option for ensuring that your dog is kept safe and happy in your absence. However, there are many people that may not be particularly familiar with these services, which means that they may benefit from having a couple of common questions answered.

  • 3 Misconceptions About Pet Grooming And Why Professional Grooming Is Best

    24 May 2016

    Pet grooming is an essential part of being a good pet owner, but it has a lot of confusing steps if you've never taken care of grooming your dog on your own. While you may think you can save some money this summer by grooming your dog all on your own, there are a number of misconceptions that you may have about what is involved in good grooming and what kinds of things can lead to problems later.

  • Three Ways You Can Keep Your Dog From Digging Up Your Lawn

    16 May 2016

    A well-manicured, plush lawn is the goal of most homeowners. If your dog is digging up your yard and causing damage, there are things you can do to prevent this. Here are just some of the ways you can minimize this issue around your lawn.   Increase Exercise Dogs aren't different from humans in that during periods of boredom, they're more inclined to do something they shouldn't. If your dog is digging up your yard, a lack of activity and exercise could be to blame.