Fun Pet Links
Fun Pet Links
Pets need to be safe both at home and on the road. Expertise.com has compiled a safety guide for pets, things you may know and things you may not have thought of. Click here for a comprehensive safety guide for pets.
Moving into a new home can be stressful on your pet. Here are some suggestions to help them adjust to their new home: Moving into a new home.
Once you get your new pet home, there may be dangers you don’t think of. Click here for a link on how to pet proof your home and yard.
Wondering how much to feed your new puppy? This site will help you with that and even has a calendar so you know when to change the amount as your puppy grows: Puppy feeding charts
Disasters can strike at any time. Make sure you and your pet are prepared by reading these safety tips: Be Prepared
Finding a place to live with your pet can be difficult at times. Here is a link to Pet Care in Apartments.
(Thank you Addison for this tip)
Taking Fido on the road is more than just bring a leash and a bowl. Click here for a list of items to help keep your pet safe, happy and relaxed.
When you are moving to another state with your pet, there maybe some requirements you don’t know about. Click here to get information on crossing state lines with your pet.
Thank you Goodcall.
Are you a truck driver who is thinking about traveling with a dog, or you already do have a dog? Or are you looking for more tips on traveling with a pet, check out this website.
Traveling with a Pet
(Thank you to the Youth Group at The Brenham Community Center for this suggestion)
Pawsitive Paws believes that pets should be in a loving, caring home. We promote and donate to animal shelters to help them with the pets that are waiting for their loving home. Please help them by adopting your next pet. Click here for links to Oregon and Washington Humane Societies.