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The short days and unfriendly cold/wet/icy conditions of winter makes this season a tough time for pets accustomed to going outside regularly. That’s why I loved The Bark’s recent blog post about techniques for keeping your dog entertained inside, even when the weather outside is frightful. Here are a bunch of ideas, straight from the Bark. Read the rest of this entry »
Guest post by Seth Feman and his loyal companion, Tank
When my pup was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease, the prescription seemed all too simple: give him as much water as he needed (a lot!) and make him as comfortable as possible. To do both posed an obvious problem. Mature and well housetrained, he’d do his best not to pee inside, but after all that water he was desperate for a walk every hour or two. If I left him inside any longer, I’d come home to a sopping carpet and a sulking pooch. The Potty Patch seemed like a great solution.
The idea of our pets being stressed makes me laugh sometimes, (“There are too many soft surfaces to sleep on!!”), but I do get it. We move their food bowl (or we move period), and we shake up their routine by bringing them new places. Even itty-bitty change weighs heavily on my particular pet.