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  Other Useful Resouces:

PET SAFETY IN CARS – a very informative article to use as your check list. SWCR would also like to add the following suggestions:
• carry your recent dog health records along with your vet’s phone and fax numbers(in case a travel vet has questions),
• add your cell phone to the identification tag (if you are on the road, you won’t be home to answer your house phone),
• if you are travelling overnight, check for pet friendly accomodations such as campgrounds, motels or bed and boards.
Go here and travel well and safely.

GUIDE TO CANINE BODY LANGUAGE: If you can learn to interpret how your dog is feeling by observing its posture and expression and listening to it, you'll be well on the way to successful communication with your pet and better equipped to solve any behavior problems that arise. Go to http://www.pawsacrossamerica.com/interpret.html

THE COMPLETE SAFETY GUIDE FOR CAMPING WITH DOGS: How to prepare, what to pack, and campsite safety for a fun outdoor adventure with your dog. Here is the link... https://www.redfin.com/blog/camping-with-dogs! And if you have a herding dog, you really don’t want to walk or stay in the campsite with the dog off leash. If a herd of deer suddenly appear, the dog will suddenly want to herd, paying absolutely no attention to you until the dog is seriously lost in the wilderness. So if you camp with your dog, this is a “must read.”

MAKING SURE YOUR PET IS NOT LONELY:
Check out this suggestions if you are away from the house for long periods. Go to https://www.policygenius.com/blog/signs-dog-cat-pet-lonely/

HOME SAFETY GUIDE FOR PET OWNERS: A pet safety guide, which includes chapters on common household hazards for pets, food safety for pets, pet-proofing, and natural disaster preparation for pet owners. You can view it here.

HOME STORING CHEMICALS AND ALLERGENS SAFELY FOR YOUR PET:
Go to https://www.yourstoragefinder.com/storing-chemicals-and-allergens-safely-for-your-pets

DOG RESOURCE GUIDE ON A BUDGET - A budget-friendly guide to help you save money while providing Fido a fantastic, fun and healthy life. Go to http://bebusinessed.com/resource-guides/dog-guide/

THE PET PROFESSIONAL GUILD PET TRAVEL GUIDE- Go to http://www.petprofessionalguild.com/Resources/Documents/The%20PPG%20Pet%20Travel%20Guide.pdf

THE PAPERWORK OF PET OWNERSHIP - Not sure which pet papers are important? Here is a good idea what you need to keep handy. Go to https://www.justgreatlawyers.com/pet-paperwork

SHOPPING GREEN FOR YOUR PET at https://www.retailmenot.com/blog/shopping-green-for-your-pet.html will give you ideas about "green" products for your pet.

A COMPLETE GUIDE TO PET-PROOFING YOUR HOME, a well thought out guide created by a CA real estate group that use this guide to assist home buyers in finding the right house for their pets. You can find good information about pet-proofing your home if you are planning to move or planning to adopt your first pet at http://lahomes.com/pet-safe-home-tips/

HOW MUCH DO DOGS SLEEP? This is an interesting article by a professional sleep research group. You can find out more at https://www.tuck.com/how-much-dogs-sleep/


 
     
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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