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Things to do with your pet when you on a Vacationṣ

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The pandemic is still a matter of concern for most part of the world but there exist different corners in the world that have been successful in reporting zero COVID-19 cases. Whereas the entire world is busy dealing with the pandemic, many of us have already taken a good vacation compensating for all the time that we spent at our place due to work from home while some are planning to take a vacation from their daily boring life.

For those who are planning to take a vacation, there are few things you need to keep in mind especially those who have pets back at home. Most people avoid going on vacations because they don’t want to leave their pets behind.

According to a research, the global pet sitting market size was valued at USD 2.6 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 8.7% from 2020 to 2027.

So, here we are with a few interesting suggestions that will help you plan your vacation without getting worried about your pet.

Leave Your Pet at Your Home

This is a common suggestion for people who are planning to leave their pets at home while they are on the vacation. Apart from that, there are a few other ways including, hiring a pet sitter, neighbor looking after your pet but when it comes to current times, everyone is busy with their work at their place. So, what are the alternatives?

1. Professional Pet Sitter

Hiring a professional pet sitter can be costly at times but are usually very dependable (if reviews are properly checked) if they actually know how to take care of animals. An additional skill of Pet First Aid Training can also be expected from the professional pet sitters.

2. Neighbour, Friend or Family Member

The cheapest option available to you is by asking your neighbor or a friend living nearby to visit your pet more often than a paid professional. Getting an automatic water fountain or food dispenser for your pet will make the job for the sitter a little easier.

3. House Sitter

It might not be acceptable or rather comfortable for many to keep a house sitter entirely because they might have access to your personal belongings. Since they are professionals, they will be able to give the desired care to your pets. Pets will also be getting constant supervision and attention alongside your house care.

For those residing in Australia, check out House Sitting Australia – it’s one of the largest networks of house-sitters in the country

Leave Your Pet being taken care Outside Your Home

Those who are not comfortable in letting people get access to your home in any way, then you can arrange good care outside your home. Most suggestions remain the same as leaving your pet back at your home but having your pet taken care of outside your home will further allow them constant attention and care and also companionship in some.

1. Professional Pet Sitter

Usually, pet sitters who take care of pets in their own home already have a few pets staying with them, thus, it provides companionship to your pet. These professionals are well aware of the risks of bringing a new animal into their home and are skilled to look after and care for them.

2. Neighbour, Friend or Family Member

This still remains the cheapest option available and also the best option if your pet is familiar to the people and their home. Plus, if that close individual already has pets, it further provides companionship to your pet.

3. Kennel, Boarding Facility or Pet Hotel

Professional services like a kennel, boarding facility, or pet hotel are well knowledgeable about animals and how to look after them. These services are well equipped with facilities and staff who are skilled to give good care and attention to your pet.

4. Local Vet

Leaving your pet to the local veterinarian is one of the safest options if the other alternatives are not feasible to you. Also, if your pet has medical issues or if their health concerns you a lot then this is the ideal option for you.

Give Your Pet a vacation

The last available option is to carry your pet along with you to the vacation if you are traveling by your own private vehicle. Different countries have different border requirements for pets if you are entering a new country, so make sure you keep a check on that. Proof of vaccinations and a certificate of good health from a veterinarian are a must.

So, these are the best feasible options available for all the pet owners planning a vacation. Hope, now your pet care concern will not stop you from going on a vacation.

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Poppy’s Picnic Discuss the Pros & Cons Of Feeding Your Dog Raw Food

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In this post, we will be looking at the advantages and disadvantages of feeding your dog a home made raw diet. Keep in mind that if you intend on buying pre-prepared raw pet food for your dogs, then this would be slightly different.

Pros Of Raw Diet

  1. You know all of the ingredients in the food

If you’re a diligent dog owner, then rest assured knowing that a home made diet is the best that you can feed your dog. You can even get free range and organic ingredients if you want to feed your dog the absolute best.

With this diet, there isn’t any guesswork. It is a fantastic diet that is good for dogs that have specific medical issues that are impacted by diet, allergies, dogs with specific food intolerances etc. It is also good for owners who are concerned about the ethics of various dog foods.

  1. Simple to customize

Another great benefit of making your own dog food is that you can easily adjust and customize the food according to your specific dog and their needs.

Once you have a good understanding of food science, you can easily increase the various macronutrients in the food so that your dog is well supported during different times as needed. For example, during the winter season, various high impact sporting events etc. With that said, this type of knowledge is typically beyond most people.

  1. Mental and physical benefits

The biggest advantage of feeding your dogs a raw diet is the mental and physical benefits.

There are numerous stories of how raw diets have helped cure aggression, cancer, made dogs change from being shy and withdrawn to confident, improved sight and more. There are so many stories that you’ll likely think that a raw diet is a cure-all!

Now, it is important to not believe everything you read, however, these stories are undoubtedly quite inspiring.

You should definitely look into optimizing diet, training as well as the environment in order to handle behavioral or physical issues. If you only intend on changing your dogs diet to achieve this, then it is quite naive to do so.

Cons Of Raw Diet

  1. Costly

If you want to feed your dog a raw diet, it will be quite expensive.

When it came to feeding my dog, Barley, a raw diet, it was quite expensive even when freeze dried and frozen meats were used. It was a lot more preferable to spend that money on dog walking during the day, herding lessons etc.

However, if you know butchers, hunters and even farmers, it is possible to get raw meat at an affordable price so that it costs almost similar to kibble. With that said, this is far from being convenient.

Unfortunately, you will have to determine your financial and time limitations when it comes to your pets. Each pet owner will have different capabilities.

  1. Contagion risk

It is no secret that raw meats contain a variety of parasites and bacteria. This includes listeria, salmonella etc. Exposure to this type of bacteria is quite dangerous, especially if other people in your household are immunocompromised, old or young.

Now, keep in mind that processed dog foods also contains E.Coli as well as the raw meat that you likely handle to prepare your own meals.

I have a best friend that unfortunately has Lyme disease that is in the late stage. Also, I work with unvaccinated puppies quite regularly. This means that the risk of contagion is quite high and something that worries me a great deal. There is a lot of scientific research that that is highlighted by the American Veterinary Medicine Association which clearly shows the dangers of raw food and contagion which means it is something you need to pay attention to.

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7 Signs You’re a Dog Parent: All about the struggles of owning a dog.

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1. There is hair everywhere, always, no matter what!

No matter what you do, there’s hair in your coffee, on your clothes—even on the couch and the carpet! You can try brushing your dog daily, but it’s not going to make much of a difference. Get a good lint roller! They’re cheap and easy to use, and will help keep your dog hair off your clothes for at least a few days before you have to replace it. And just remember that a little dog hair never hurt anyone! Shedding is a natural part of being a dog and it happens throughout their lifespan. But there are also other causes: allergies can cause dogs to over-shed; stress can also lead to excessive shedding; or even seasonal change in temperature may cause an increase in shedding as well

2. You are constantly worried about their social life.

You’re a pet parent, and you want to make sure your pet is happy and healthy. But along with the importance of proper nutrition and regular vet visits, there’s another crucial aspect to your pet’s well-being that often gets overlooked: socialization.

If you’re not quite sure what we mean by this, let us break it down for you. Socialization is essentially how much time and contact your pet has with other animals, people, and new environments. As humans, we grow up in a specific environment where we’re constantly exposed to different people, places, and things—and our brains are wired to adapt to these changes so that we can function in society as adults. For dogs (and cats), however, this isn’t always the case—so it’s up to us as their owners to ensure that they’re getting enough exposure to different sights and sounds so they can grow into well-adjusted pets who can handle any situation they might encounter!

3. Your home smells like a dog.

When you first get your dog, you can’t help but think that this is the best decision you’ve ever made. You love them so much that it hurts, and when they’re looking at you with those big puppy eyes, all you want to do is give them everything in the world.

But then something happens: your home starts to smell like dog.

It’s not just any dog smell either—it’s a combination of wet fur, dirty paws, and old tennis balls that have been gnawed on by your pup for hours at a time. And let’s not forget about the poops! 

But there’s one thing that makes all of these things worth it: your dog loves you unconditionally and would do anything for you. Your pup knows how much they mean to you, and they’ll always be there for you when life gets tough or when it feels like nothing could go right again.

4. You consult Google constantly.

For most pet parents, the struggle of being a pet parent begins when they realize they have no idea what they’re doing. And it doesn’t matter if you’ve had dogs all your life—there are still so many questions that pop up and leave you wondering if you’re doing the right thing for your pup. You consult Google constantly: if your dog eats something they shouldn’t, or if they’re acting funny. What is the best dog food? What leash should you buy? What are the signs of dehydration in dogs? How do I stop my puppy from biting?

5. You always put your dog first.

When you become a dog parent, you make a commitment to your pup. You promise to love them unconditionally, and to put them before yourself—and that can be tough.

You know that they’re part of the family and you would do anything for them, but sometimes it’s hard to find the time in your day to give them the attention they deserve.

You’re not just responsible for yourself anymore; now there’s an additional being who depends on you for everything from food to shelter and love. And if you’re like most pet owners, you don’t mind that responsibility—but sometimes it can be overwhelming.

6. You are always hunting for the next best place to take your pup on a walk.

One of the many dog parent challenges is finding the perfect place to take your pup on a walk. You want somewhere where they can explore, but somewhere that’s also safe for them. You want somewhere that isn’t too crowded, but somewhere with lots of other dogs. You want somewhere with nice scenery, but also with water access in case you need to cool off after all that walking (or if you just want to let your pup swim). It’s hard!

7. You are always spending too much money on your pooch.

If you’re like most dog owners, you’re probably always spending too much money on your pooch. Unfortunately, it can be hard to find the right food for your dog because they all have different needs. Some are picky eaters or have allergies, while others may have special dietary requirements such as needing more protein or less carbohydrates. There are also different brands of dog foods available on the market today which can make it difficult to choose one that works best for your pooch.

Another problem is finding a tasty treat that is nutritious for your dog without spending too much money on them each month! You want something delicious enough for them so they will eat it up quickly without any hesitation whatsoever! CBD for dogs is a great option and it can help with keeping your dog nice and calm.

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3 Fun And Creative Ways To Include Your Pets On Your Wedding Invites

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Those who care for furry children, listen up! Here are some of the cutest ways to include your four-legged best friend in your wedding festivities. No matter what kind of pet you have—a cat, dog, horse, rabbit, snake, or even a pig—you can find a meaningful method for it to participate in the ceremony. These pictures of weddings that included pets should provide all the motivation you need.

You should think about your pet’s temperament and whether or not your wedding venue accepts pets before deciding on any of the following pet-friendly wedding ideas. To celebrate their union, many pet-owning couples creative wedding invites their four-legged friends to the ceremony and reception. If you want to include your dog in your wedding, you can have him or her walk down the aisle with the bridesmaids or stand with the groomsmen. Your pet may join in the festivities by donning a festive outfit. Whether you’re dressing your dog as an honorary flower boy in a tiny frock or a dog in a bowtie to match the groomsmen, we’ve got you covered.

No matter what you decide, it’s important to let your suppliers know in advance so they can assist you prepare for a pet-friendly space. Don’t worry if your pet can’t join you for the big event. Everything from the invitations to the decorations to the favors to the cake can be inspired by the couple’s special bond with their pet. Create photo wedding invitations and escort cards featuring a cartoon version of your dog. And if you’d like, instead of the usual couple’s cake topper, you can have a lifelike figurine sculpted of your beloved pet to place on your dessert. Wedding themes for pets are practically limitless.

Look at some of our favorite pet wedding ideas and pictures below, including adorable flower girls and feline cocktail napkins.

Take a Trip Down the Aisle

Because they have been there for you through good times and bad, your pet has earned the right to share in the joy of your big day by walking down the aisle with you.

Think About the Cats

In honor of their roles as maids of honor during the wedding, the cats who belong to Harley Viera-Newton received flower crowns that had been painstakingly fashioned by hand.

Have a photo shoot for your upcoming engagement.

If your pet’s size or temperament makes it impractical for them to participate in the actual wedding festivities, consider bringing them along to the engagement photos. When compared to a traditional wedding, the shorter time frame and smaller guest list create the ideal low-stress environment for animals prone to anxiety or excitement. There will still be plenty of opportunities to snap striking images like this one.

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How to Prove a Negligent Dog Owner’s Liability?

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Have you suffered an injury at the hands of someone else’s dog? There are rules in place to ensure you can get the compensation you deserve for your injuries, medical treatment, and pain and suffering.

Animal control issues are a constant companion to humanity. Ever since the first cave-dwelling human extended the paw of friendship to the first packs of dogs, we have suffered animal bites. Even before then, animal attacks were no uncommon feat.

Modern America sees animal attacks which cost the economy around $ 1 billion per year. This startling figure includes the likelihood of fatality from an animal attack, which sits at around four hundred deaths per year. Animal attacks are more frequent than you think, and dogs are, unfortunately, the main culprit.

When an animal attack happens, you need to know what you can do to protect yourself. Part of protecting yourself is filing a lawsuit and raising a case against the animal’s owner, provided that the owner’s negligence led to your attack.

Who is to Blame When Dogs and Animals Attack?

Ideally, the owner is the one you blame for an animal attack. If the animal is out of control, it may well suffer extermination on the spot. This does not resolve your injuries or your medical bills, but it does stop the animal from repeating the process. However, if the attack was milder, the animal will not suffer extermination, but the owner is still liable.

Negligent Dog Owner’s Liability

There is confusion surrounding the liability of animal attacks because Illinois introduced the ‘one free bite’ law. This was a law that protected the owner from prosecution for that first bite. This was a concession made based on the principle that you do not know how aggressive a dog is when you first get them. If they then bite another, second person, the owner was liable.

However, the Animal Control Act upended this law, making all animal attacks a case of owner liability. If it happens to you, dog bite and animal attack injury lawyers could help. Let us not forget that dogs are not the only animal that can attack you. Exotic pets, snakes, lizards, cats, and other animals can all cause you an injury through negligent ownership.

How to Prove the Owner was Negligent?

Not all out-of-control animals are the result of negligence. If the animal’s owner has taken all due care to prevent an injury, yet it still occurs, then no negligence took place. For example, if you asked if you could pet the animal and the owner told you no – but you petted it anyway, then this is not a case of negligence. On the other hand, if the owner allowed you to pet the animal knowing it was aggressive, that would be negligent behavior.

To prove an owner was negligent, you must prove that they own the animal, and then that they did not take all necessary precautions for having that animal in a public place. You further must prove that the negligence caused you harm. Hiring a lawyer is the best way to work through the legal hoops needed to prove guilt. Otherwise, you could lose out on the compensation you deserve.

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10 Things To Consider Before Choosing Goldendoodle Breeder in Florida

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If you’re thinking of getting a goldendoodle breeder in Florida, there are a few things you should consider before picking a breeder. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the factors you should take into account when selecting a breeder, including knowledge of the breed’s history, temperament, and training needs.

1. High Cost of A Puppy

Goldendoodle puppies can be a great addition to any family, but they come with a high cost. You will need to Factor in the price of the puppy, the cost of food and veterinary care, as well as training costs.

Before you choose a goldendoodle breeder, it is important to do your research. Compare prices and read reviews to find the best breeder for your specific needs.

It is also important to consider your lifestyle before choosing a goldendoodle puppy. Are you able to provide proper care for a pet? If so, then a goldendoodle may be the perfect choice for you. But if you cannot care for a pet, then a goldendoodle may not be the best option for you.

Choosing the right goldendoodle breeder is important because they will help you to create a lifelong relationship with your pup. Choose someone who you trust and who will provide quality service.

2. Bad Breeders/Bad Genetics

If you are looking for a goldendoodle breeder, there are many bad breeders out there who are only interested in making money, and they will not care about your dog or your well-being.

You should also make sure that the breeder has healthy dogs who have been tested for genetic issues. If you find any problems with the dogs, do not hesitate to report them to the authorities. You never know – a bad breeder may have one or more sick dogs on hand.

Never forget – always choose a goldendoodle breeder who you can trust!

3. High Coat Maintenance

One of the most important things to consider when choosing a goldendoodle breeder in Florida is their high coat maintenance skills. This breed requires a lot of brushing and grooming, and if you are not able to provide that level of care for your dog, you may end up with a dog that is difficult to manage.

Some of the main things you will need to make sure your goldendoodle is groomed regularly include a high-quality brush, comb, and rake. You should also regularly use a shampoo and conditioner specifically designed for dogs with long hair.

It is also important to keep track of the frequency and type of exercise your dog receives. A regular workout will help to prevent overgrazing and promote healthy skin and hair growth.

4. Increased Grooming Costs

Before you choose a goldendoodle breeder in Florida, it is important to consider the increased grooming costs that this type of dog will require. Goldendoodles are known for their long hair, which means that they will require a lot of grooming.

Grooming costs can range from $10 to $50 per month, and these costs will increase depending on the size and type of dog you choose. If you are planning to get a goldendoodle, be sure to budget for increased grooming costs and Factor in the Cost of Pet Insurance.

Factor in the Cost of Pet Insurance before selecting a goldendoodle breeder in Florida. This is especially important if you are not familiar with this type of dog. A good goldendoodle breeder will be able to guide you through the insurance process.

5. Health Issues/Skin Issues

When it comes to choosing a goldendoodle breeder in Florida, there are a few things that you should consider. One of the most important things to consider is your dog’s health and wellbeing.

Goldendoodles are typically very healthy dogs, but there are a few health issues that can occur. Some of the most common health issues that goldendoodle puppies can experience include allergies, hip dysplasia, epilepsy, and skin problems.

It is important to talk to a goldendoodle breeder about your dog’s health and any potential skin issues. They will be able to give you advice on how to care for your dog and prevent any health issues from occurring.

6. Smell/Odour

Choosing the right goldendoodle breeder can be a daunting task. There are many things to consider before making your decision, including the breed’s smell and odour.

Goldendoodles are known for their unique smell, which some people find offensive. If you are concerned about the breed’s odour, it is important to research the breed before choosing a breeder.

Some goldendoodle breeders use artificial scents to mask the breed’s odour. Others opt for completely non-smelling dogs. It is important to decide what is best for you and your pet.

If you are looking for a purebred goldendoodle, make sure to visit a reputable breeder. Avoid breeders who offer mixed-breed puppies or puppies with unknown backgrounds.

It can be difficult to choose the right goldendoodle breeder, but with a little research, it is definitely worth it!

7. High Energy

Goldendoodles are one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States. They are known for their high energy levels and playful nature.

Before you choose a goldendoodle breeder in Florida, it is important to consider several factors. Here are some things to consider:

  • Age of the dogs: Goldendoodles can be bred at any age, but oestrous (heat) periods occur between 12 and 18 months of age. This means that some puppies may be more active than others during this time. It is important to choose a breeder who has a well-managed breeding program so that all puppies get equal exposure to activity and play.
  • Size of the dogs: Goldendoodles vary in size, from toy size up to giant schnauzers. Make sure you are comfortable with the size of the dog before you make your purchase.
  • Personality of the dogs: Each dog is unique and will have its own personality traits. Consider whether you are looking for a friendly dog or an active dog before making your choice.

8. Can be Mouthy in the Puppy Stage

Goldendoodles can be a great choice for those looking for a pet that will be gentle with children and other animals, but they can also be mouthy in the puppy stage. Before you choose a goldendoodle breeder in Florida, make sure to consider the following factors:

1. How active is the goldendoodle?

2. How big is the goldendoodle at maturity?

3. How many goldendoodles are there in the kennel?

4. How well-mannered are the dogs?

9. Shedding

Goldendoodle breeders in Florida are a great option if you are looking for a loyal, playful dog that will be excellent with children. However, before choosing a goldendoodle breeder, it is important to consider some key factors.

One key factor to consider is the amount of shedding that the goldendoodle will experience. Goldendoodles typically shed quite a bit, so it is important to choose a breeder who can accommodate your lifestyle. Some breeders may charge an additional fee for less shedding, while others may provide discounts for customers who require less shedding.

If you are interested in a goldendoodle puppy, be sure to visit several Breeders in Florida and make your decision based on what is best for you and your family.

10. Behavioural Issues/Training

When you are considering a goldendoodle breeder in Florida, it is important to consider the many different aspects of the breed. Here are most important things to keep in mind:

  • Temperament: Just because a goldendoodle is bred for a specific trait (such as being very intelligent), that doesn’t mean that every individual dog will have that same characteristic. It is important to research the temperament of each goldendoodle before you make your purchase, so that you can be sure that you are getting a pet that will fit well into your lifestyle.
  • Training Needs: Goldendoodles are often very active and require a lot of exercise, which means that they will likely require more training than other breeds of dog. Make sure to ask about the training needs of each individual dog before making your purchase, so that you can decide if this is the right breed for you.

Conclusion

When it comes to choosing the right goldendoodle breeder in Florida, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First and foremost, make sure you have a clear idea of what you are looking for in a dog. Are you looking for a lap dog that will curl up at your feet while you watch TV? Or do you want an all-around companion that can help with basic obedience commands and play fetch? Once you have a better understanding of your needs, it is important to ask around and get quotes from different breeders. It is also important to be realistic about how much money you are willing to spend on a dog, as well as factor in the cost of food, training materials, and other miscellaneous expenses associated with owning a pet. Finally, be sure to visit the breeder’s facility before making any decisions — this will give you an opportunity to meet the dogs and see if they fit your lifestyle. Diamond J Farms is the perfect place to buy goldendoodle breeders in Florida.

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