When it comes to dogs and moving, our pets feels the same stressors we do – and let’s face it: moving is notoriously stressful. All the shuffling around – strange smells, shifting furniture, a multitude of boxes – can make your pup feel discombobulated, despite the excitement of changing things up. Since many studies have shown that dogs help reduce our stress, if you’re moving with a dog, it’s imperative to show your furry family member the same courtesy. Here are some tips to keep your best friend calm.
The good news is that increasingly, apartment complexes are beginning to understand the pivotal role pets play in their residents’ lives and are accommodating dog owners when it comes to their policies – even to the point of putting pet-centric amenities in place. That means finding dog friendly apartments is easier than ever. The bad news? There are often restrictions, caveats or fees. Here are a few things to think about when you’re searching for dog friendly apartments.
From videos of cute kittens to carpeted multi-story cat condos, Americans love cats. But what are the best cat names? Might depend on who you ask. What you name your furry friend can say a lot about you – as well as the personality of your pet. If you’re pondering what to name your new pal, take a look at Rover.com’s list of top cat names.
When it comes to apartment hunting, you might think you want the highest floor and the best view, or to be away from the noise of residents coming and going or talking outside. You may also estimate that you’ll be safer from the risk of theft. For these reasons, first-floor apartments tend to get a bad reputation. But is it really justified? There are actually many benefits to renting a ground floor apartment!
While amazingly resiliant, feral cats are succeptible to attacks, exposure, hunger or injury. Worse yet, many feral cats are not spayed or neutered, meaning they can breed generations of additional kittens creating a colony situation. So what can you do if you spot a potential feral cat issue?