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Introductions are very important to us as human beings. Communication is a big part of how we function as a society. Some body asks us a question and we respond. Thus, a relationship has been formed. The most common way of beginning relationships is by asking someone their name, and in turn they typically respond with a name and an inquiry of yours. As humans, communicative interaction is very important to us.
Dogs have different priorities.
For example, society might look down upon someone who spends all his or her time sleeping and eating. Doing bathroom duties anywhere but a bathroom. Most of all, sticking their noses in other’s personal business… if you know what I mean.
Needless to say, dogs can’t shake people’s hands, ask questions, or vocally tell you that you’re wearing too much cologne. So, when you wonder what their name is, they want to spend as little time as possible explaining their name, and more time chasing squirrels.
Just4MyPet.com wants to make this easier on everybody.
We specialize in offering unique personalized pet products, so whether it be a bed, collar, harness, coat, tees, carriers, car seats, etc., we find a way to put your pet’s name on it. This way you know their name and they can spend more time focused on how to get you to drop food come dinner time.
have to get better photos of this at a later date but here Hooley’s new sweater. its a bit big over the back so will adjust the pattern if i use it again. ran out of blue while doing the body binding so used black as a contrasting color. Pattern found here.
might go back later and make some simple garter white leg bands to keep the back end from folding up.
Started up my own business.
Being a Chicago native and all, I know the importance of layering. This is true for me to survive taking my dog out to do his “stuff” and for him to survive out in the cold long enough to get all his “stuff” out. I have an AmStaff with really short hair that loves the snow. Our first winter together, I thought “wouldn’t it be hilarious if he wore an ugly Xmas sweater?”. Well let me tell you, it was hysterically adorable!
Ever since then, I have been altering clothes for him to layer so he can enjoy the snow longer than 10 seconds. Over time, family and friends have asked me to alter clothes for their dogs. Hey, if they have to wear something, it might as well be a cool looking something!
So now, I am going to try to make this into a business adventure. Wish me luck!
While pets are beloved members of the family, they are often left behind when their owners travel, simply because many owners don’t know how to travel with their furry friends in-tow. The pet travel tips below will help keep you (and your pets) calm and stress-free; allowing you both to enjoy the ride.
It’s important to acclimate your pet to a new area once you have arrived to your destination. Since travel can be traumatic for pets, they need to be provided structure and a sense of normalcy and routine.
Allow dogs to explore and roam their new environment to adjust to the area they will call home for the next few days. Providing a gentle, consistent diet will help with any digestion issues that may occur during travel.
Cats need acclimation routines as they are not fond of change and disruption to their routine. When possible, keep cats in their crate until they have reached their new destination and try not to change their environment again until it is time to go home.
Above all, give your four-legged friends lots of love and encouragement after long trips and exposure to new environments. A little support from their favorite human will help relieve any unease from the trip.
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Hi I am Mittens, I NEED rescue by 7-3 at 5 PM Santa Cruz CA
I am due to be euthanized tomorrow and I am asking for my life!!!!
I am so scared. The feeling here is bad. I just learned today that I am in trouble. I am a good rabbit and I didn’t do anything wrong. Now I am in a cage and the people move quickly in my small area and I want them to leave my litter box where I put it and not rush around me. I tried to move them out of the way, I tried to cooperate, I used every signal I could send but they did not pay attention. No, they just kept bugging me.
I am really a good rabbit. It takes a lot to push me over the edge. I told them and told to leave my stuff alone and they didn’t, so I picked up the person’s hand to move it and now I am in big trouble! I have been given 24 hours to leave the shelter or I will be euthanized.
I am a spayed, gentle, and a loving bunny girl. I use a litter box, food-water dish, hay basket and I adore my toys. I like to have room to be able to romp. I long for a home where I will have my own family and really belong. Can you help me get out of here please? They will not let me stay here any more.
HELP me please. I don’t want to die. It was hard enough being dumped here. Now this! My friend Auntie Heather said you can call her and she will do what it takes to get me out OK? 831 600-7479. She is begging for more time as all their foster sites are jammed.
Will you please get me out of the shelter? Call Heather right away ok? She works until 11 PM- 831 600-7479 or you can use your computer and email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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