Walking Dog Services for your Friend!

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Over the past year, we have taken in many dogs whose owners are unemployed, whose homes are in foreclosure, who have taken jobs at lower wages, or who have been forced to work longer hours to make up for absent co-workers. Many people are moving into apartments or in with their parents or other relatives, and their dogs are not welcome.

For property managers and rental property owners, we would like to put in a good word for responsible pet owners everywhere. Somewhere around fifty per cent of US households own pets; think of how many more potential applicants you'll have with a careful pet policy in place! Property owners, you are ultimately the decision makers on this issue. Please consider allowing pets whose owners can provide clear evidence of commitment to their pets: references from previous rentals; a letter from a vet indicating their pets are spayed/neutered and up to date on vaccines/titres and yearly exams; a letter from the president of a homeowners' organization; willingness to pay a deposit or slightly higher rent for the privilege of a pet-friendly home; even a letter from an obedience class instructor. All these can be evidence that your potential renter is not just a responsible pet owner--she's a responsible person, and she'll take good care of your property. Finally, please remember that a great many people have lost a great deal in the past two years; must they lose their pets as well?

Our hearts go out to those whose lives continue to be wrenched out of shape by circumstances beyond their control. If you are being forced into an apartment or rental, please start looking for a pet-friendly home as soon as you can. Many local shelters have lists of pet-friendly apartments. Ask friends and colleagues for recommendations and suggestions. The competition for housing that allows pets can be stiff, so be creative, assertive and positive when it comes to finding a new place for yourself and your family.

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Dog Walker - €15.00 incl tax / by hour

Condition of the option : Já ouviu falar em dog walker? É a combinação perfeita de cães + profissão bacana + saúde. Um dog walker é uma espécie de acompanhante de caminhada para o seu cãozinho. Se você mora em apartamento e trabalha o dia todo, ou por qualquer outro fator, e não tem tempo para sair para levar seu cão para caminhar, dog walker é de grande ajuda. Seu cão precisa exercitar-se, tanto pela saúde quanto pelo gasto de energia acumulada, especialmente para cães que vivem em apartamentos e não tem espaço para correr e brincar. Se seu cachorrinho é um desses casos, saiba que é fundamental que ele tenha essa rotina de caminhada e é aí que entra o trabalho do dog walker, ou o bichinho pode ficar estressado num ambiente no qual fique preso e isso afetará não somente o comportamento dele, mas também a saúde.

Dog Food - €10.00 incl tax / by booking

Condition of the option : Dog food refers to food specifically intended for consumption by dogs. Like all carnivores, dogs have sharp, pointed teeth, and have short gastrointestinal tracts better suited for the consumption of meat. In spite of this natural carnivorous design, dogs have still managed to adapt over thousands of years to survive on the meat and non-meat scraps and leftovers of human existence and thrive on a variety of foods. In the United States alone, dog owners spent over $8.6 billion on commercially manufactured dog food in 2007.[1] Some people make their own dog food, feed their dogs meals made from ingredients purchased in grocery or health-food stores or give their dogs a raw food diet.