When structured school days and hours away from home return to the schedule, all members of the household feel the shift, even pets. Be on the lookout for these potential mishaps this school year.
4 Tips to Keep Pets Out of Trouble During Back-to-School Season
(Family Features) When structured school days and hours away from home return to the schedule, all members of the household feel the shift, even pets. Pets go from long days with the family in the yard to less time and activities with their favorite people.
Keep them in mind as you plan your days to ensure they get the activity they need and remain in a safe environment. When left to their own devices, furry family members can make questionable decisions, and the old “dog ate my homework” adage can come to life in a number of ways.However, pet owners can count on an option like GREENIES™ Dental Treats to distract their pets from bad behavior and be their dog’s best decision of the day. Be on the lookout for these potential mishaps, and visit Greenies.com for more information on better doggie decisions.
Watch the Door
Store Lunches and Goodies Safely
Keep Backpacks Zipped
Stow Away Wires and Cords
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As the weather warms up, many people like to take their dogs for long walks or let their cats frolic outside. While you’re having fun in the sun, however, pests like fleas, ticks and mosquitoes can tag along for the ride. These tips can help protect your furry friends from biting pests during the summer season.
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