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Pets Hate Remodeling

Friday, September 16, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

doghidecathideI hate remodeling the house. There’s always the mess, work and upheaval. What an inconvenience! Before we moved to Delaware, we did some minor renovation to our apartment in New Jersey. It was a mess. I had to move my cats litter pans, cat food, water bowls, cat toys and cram them into one room.  Imagine how our pets feel during this unsettling time. They don’t know that all of the strangers in the house are actually being paid for this disruption.

There are some ways that you could minimize the stress. If the construction is major, see if a friend or kennel can board your pet during the construction period. If not, keep pets confined to an area far away from the noise. Provide a cozy crate along with favorite dog or cat toys, blankets and clothes with your scent. When the workers go away, your pets may come out but keep them away from paints, solvents, nails or anything that could injure them. Try to maintain your normal routines during remodeling. Feed, walk and play with your pet as usual. This will help you both stay calm until the dust clears and the workers are gone! Hopefully that renovation will be done soon!

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Cool Crusin Dogs

Friday, September 16, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

dogcarwindowDoes your dog love to ride in the car? His head is stuck out the window and he loves the breeze and all of the things that he smells.  The best thing to do is keep your dog safe and secure in his dog crate. If your dog is very large, this may not be practical. Dog Crates can be big and bulky and difficult to get into a smaller car.

What could be the harm in having your dog in the back seat with his head out the window?  Eye injuries that’s what so many vets hate to see. Think of all of the things that go splat on your window and you can imagine how many potentially harmful things could get into your dog’s eyes. There is a compromise. Roll down your window just enough for the dog’s nose. Those great smells will still be there. All that’s missing is the risk to your dog’s vision. Don’t forget to buckle your dog up. A properly fitted seat belt harness will keep your dog in place and from harm when you make that sharp turn.

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