Managing an apartment complex is much more than a full-time job. You’re always looking for ways to attract new tenants and keep your current ones happy, which can take a lot of time away from your other responsibilities. However, there is a group of renters that is constantly growing, offer more income and can actually make your job easier in the long run—pet owners.
Every dog lover wishes they could talk to their best friend. Everyone wants the opportunity to ask their pet what’s wrong, to tell them what is and is not a threat (for example, burglars vs. mailmen), and of course, to vocalize how much we love them. Although humans and dogs aren’t on the same page when it comes to language, there are some clues that our pups give us that allow us some insight into their heads.
It sounds like the ultimate dream job for dog lovers: starting a doggie daycare. People have busy lives and you have a love for their four-legged friends—it’s a match made in heaven. However, the fact that it’s a dream job doesn’t make it an easy one. Starting a dog daycare is just as big of an undertaking as starting any other business. There are obvious and unexpected decisions to be made, from when to schedule playtime to how to staff your daycare in the best interest of the employees and the dogs.
Going to college can be a big move for students. Some have to leave their family and friends behind, so being able to bring their pet along can make a world of difference. Schools that accept four-legged friends with open arms are working to make their campus a home away from home. More than just a way to attract potential students, pet friendliness is a great way to make current students feel like both their wants and needs are being met.
Santa isn’t the only one getting cookies this year. This is the moment your pup has been waiting for. The days of smelling holiday goodies but getting the same-old-same-old dry dog food are officially over. With a little help from the elves, we’ve gathered a list of our favorite dog treats your pup is sure to love.
Getting pups into good homes is no easy task, but with a little bit of effort and creativity, you can take your animal shelter’s marketing to the next level. Put your local animal shelter on the map and get more homeless dogs into the loving care of a good family with these five tips.
A dog provides companionship, love and comfort. On the flip side, adopting an animal is a big commitment that comes with a lot of responsibility. Before you adopt a new pup, it’s good to consider breed, size and age to make sure they match up with your lifestyle.
Smart technology has started to affect the way we live in every possible way, and our pets are no exception. Technology like activity trackers, GPS locators and even pet-to-human communication have become mainstream in the pet care industry. They are quickly becoming must haves for maximizing your pet’s health and happiness.