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So this is my first official post from the new blog address. I recently switched over to WordPress for my blogging platform; recently meaning about 7 hours ago. This post is just to get my bearings with the new platform and see how I like it. I have had a few bloggers tell me about their experience switching to WordPress, and they have been pretty happy with the results. I am hoping that I am as well. So that’s that for bloggy stuff….
In other news, I am actually physically moving in a couple of days. Hubby and I will be packing up Continue reading
With a 657 mile move ahead of us, we are getting ready to move our furniture, our electronics, and our pets. Our dog, Ava, does pretty well in the car. But Ms. Neko Kitty, on the other hand, is not a graceful traveller. Cats in general do not do well with traveling. Change is something that is very stressful for them, and moving across the country is a very stressful event. We completed one move with Neko so far, but this next one is going to be a bit longer. As we prep for this move, I have conducted some research on how to keep your cat safe and happy during the move, and how to ease the transition into your new home.
Last week we featured some helpful hints on safe walking, temperature control, and the importance of hydration for your canine companion in summertime. In the second part of our summertime safety series we will discuss how you can keep your dog safe from insects, varmints, and other dogs.
Summertime has finally arrived in our neck of the woods, and with summertime comes sunshine, warm temps, humidity, and bugs. As humans, we know what we need to do to prevent ourselves from coming down with heatstroke, dehydration, sunburns, and bug bites, but our four-legged friends need our help to prevent these things from happening to them.
Ava and I have compiled a list of helpful tips to keep you and your canine companion safe this summer. While at-home prevention can go a long way in keep your pet healthy and happy, sometimes emergencies occur. Please keep in mind that it is recommended to contact your pet’s veterinarian if your pet is ill. If you are unable to contact your veterinarian, visit LocalVets website to find an emergency vet near you.