Making home upgrades to help dogs don’t have to be overly complicated. Consider what’s best for their health and safety.
Major life changes
Help your dog adjust to city life by exposing it to cars, escalators, elevators, trains, trams, and buses.
When you train your pet for college, scope out your living situation to make sure it’s suitable for the animal’s size and nature.
When crafting a dog custody agreement, consider who has the most space and time to provide the best care for your dog.
Moving with your pet involves keeping your dog safe and comfortable and understanding their behavior may change as they struggle with the move.
Follow these rules to become closer to your partner’s dog and your partner. If you treat her dog well she will know that you will treat her well.
Dogs improve relationships by making you more loving and that feeling rubs off on anyone you spend time with, especially your partner.
Move with dog. Plan ahead, use some expert advice, and moving to a new city can be as easy as a quick stroll around the dog park.
Dog co-parenting allows dog owners to split costs and allows the dog to be with the owner who has the most free time to give.
Before you take your dog to college, consider whether you’ll have the time and financial resources to give your dog proper care.