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Finding The Best Pet Care Provider

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

For a regular young adult, working 8 to 10 hours a day is very common, and having pets; you have no other choice but to leave behind your furry friend alone at home. Some pets that are left alone for such long hours is just fine, but for some other pets, especially those sensitive pets, being left alone for hours and hours can cause health problems and depression that can soon result in a more serious condition.

Based on some studies conducted by researchers, having a pet cannot only provide companionship benefits but also health benefits for their owners. Their studies show that having pets around the house and interacting with them actually lowers your chance of having heart attacks as well as lowers your blood pressure levels, and these results have astonished everyone. Nowadays, medical teams and experts are beginning to incorporate this type of therapy into their programs to get far better results.

So it’s just sensible that you repay their companionship, love, and affection by simply choosing and checking them in the ideal pet care provider the moment you need to leave them behind because of work or personal issues. Below are some simple tips you can consider when picking the ideal facility for your furry friend.

See if all their pet care providers are well-trained and are certified to take care of different types of animals. Knowing that they have a vet on call will also be a great advantage for both, you and your dog, in case there’s an emergency call that requires the expertise of a professional vet.

Check their programs and other offers. See if these programs are suited to your pet and examine if they are open to changes in case your furry friend requires special attention or exercises.

Take into account also the flexibility of the establishment. If in case your pet requires special needs that include scheduled check-ups while you’re away, being able to cater to this kind of need is a big plus for you and your pet.

Don’t forget to thoroughly asses the cleanliness and condition of the establishment. Check if there’s enough space and room for your pets to do their workout routines and see if there’s enough space for them to properly rest.

Animal Rights and Welfare

Saturday, September 5th, 2009

Animal rights and animal welfare often overlap. Most pet owners are concerned with both the welfare of their pets and providing the type of food, shelter, affection and activity that animals enjoy.

Use your purchasing power to support only pet traders who balance profits with animal care. Don’t be trapped by feeling sorry for the animal and buying him anyway. As soon as you purchase the animals the business owner will be able to acquire another for sale. Use your dollars to vote against large animal trading businesses that do not spend a significant amount of income on animal care. Use your dollars to vote for responsible breeders and to support animal shelters and rescuers also.

Report animals in danger, creating a nuisance, or threatening the well-being of a citizen. You may be concerned that the animal will be locked up – but you may be saving the animal from being hurt badly from other people.

There are so many organizations out there that only care about making the almighty buck. While there is nothing wrong with wanting your business to be profitable, there is something wrong when you do it at the expense of a living creature.

All living creatures deserve respect and humane treatment. If a person or business can not treat their animals as such, then they do not need to be in that kind of business – and as long as people keep supporting them by buying their animals, it will keep them in business. Instead, if you know of a business as such, please report them. They will be investigated, and if found not to be treating their animals humanely, they will be shut down and all of the animals will be taken away and put in good shelters or places where they can go to good homes.

Animal responsibility is everyone’s business. We all need to get involved. Please don’t close your eyes to the inhumane treatment some poor animals are being subjected to day after day. It’s time to make a stand and help protect those who are not able to protect themselves.