Pet's Records Can Ease Travel, Play, and StaysWritten by www.PetFriendly.ca
When we think of our pets, we tend to think in terms of toys, food, and treats. However, pets have important documentation that is necessary for their health and well-being as treaured members of family.
Proper documentation can be useful in situations such as travelling with your pet; leaving your pet with a pet-sitter or at a boarding facility; identifying a lost pet; and even something as simple as bringing your pooch to a doggie daycare for some fun and exercise. Some of information you should keep close at hand include:
1. An up-to-date record of your pet's vaccinations. Include name, address, and telephone number of your veterinarian.
2. A record of medical conditions along with medication names, dosages, and instructions.
3. Accurate records of your pet's identification numbers. This may include license tags, tattoos, and microchips.
4. A clear, recent (and preferably close-up) photo of your pet.
Why should we get kittens as pets?Written by Mary Majorda
Kittens are and have always been adorable creatures. Of course, these youngsters are also playful, naughty and mischievous as well. Perhaps that's reason why people are attracted to them, as they entertain us with their peculiar antics and curiosity. Cats and dogs have been found to relieve humans of stress and make great companions at home. Of course,choosing between a cat and a dog is totally a personal choice.
Why should we get a kitten then? Well, for one thing, they are cute and adorable and are less active as compared to dogs. They recognize us as their masters but do not overly show their enthusiasm like dogs. That's why they make you work for their affection all time, instead of other way around.
Kittens are small in size and therefore easy to carry around. This makes it easy for you to take your cat around in your car or when you need to take your cat with you outside. However, cats and kittens have tendencies to seek ways to escape from your home and therefore this may prove to a problem if your cat keeps trying to make its way out of your house. With this, many owners let their cats roam in and out of their houses, and most of time, their pets return home on time for dinner. Sometimes, they even bring home their own prey for dinner.
Kittens and cats bury their own waste in sand box, so that you don’t have to take after them, unlike dogs. They can be trained to use sand box which you just need to have a change of sand once in a while. On the