Imagine this scenario: You are unconscious or unable to communicate because of an accident or medical event. Would first-responders or ER staff know whom to call?
What if you have kids to pick up from school or day care? Or pets home alone? Do you have a backup plan?
In this scenario, you don’t want to be a Jane or John Doe.
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How we do love to share our lives with our pets! However, cleaning your house when you live with them is like brushing your teeth while eating Oreos. Don’t expect spark and 100% tidiness, but there are lots you can do to mitigate any perceived messes. Therefore, stop using your pets as an excuse for a messy home.
Now that we have all more or less adjusted to our “stay at home” situations, you may just be thinking about adding to the family….
Adopting a pet into your family is more than just hitting up the local shelter, breeder, or pet store. Most people don’t realize that bringing said pet home necessitates purchasing supplies and doing some basic training. As a result, many pets get turned in as owners are not prepared. That’s why shelters are so packed these days. In fact, when animals are not what owners want or don’t behave the way they expect, pets do get turned in. To forestall this unfortunate scenario, I am sharing the following tips on how to adopt the perfect pet.
We all try to do our best to recycle paper, glass, tin cans, and plastic grocery bags. There are other items that can be freecycled that you may not be aware of. Here are a few of just those items and how to freecycle them.
Pets are very much a part of the family. Anyone who has a dog, cat, or even a hamster, knows this to be true. I’ve written about how to organize your kids’ belongings – but what about the other furry…