One of my biggest fears is losing my cats. We had a situation a couple of years ago when through an open window, both cats escaped. Lucky for us we got super lucky and they did not venture far from home but the scare stayed with me and is something that I consider whenever we leave the house. Since that fateful day I have been looking for a way to prevent those scares and with the Pawscout: The Smarter Pet Tag this may be a preventable scare in the future.
One of the things that I worry about as a pet guardian is that my cats get the water they need each day. Each day I switch their water so that it is fresh as possible, and each time Maggee knows and sits and waits for her fresh water bounty.
There are days that the water levels do not reduce as much as I would like, and on days like these there is little I can do other than let them have fresh faucet water. When I recently saw the Catit Flower Drinking Fountain I instantly thought that this would be a new and creative way for them to have the water they need while allowing them some fun!
When I was young we adopted a dog and while I tired puppy raising I was young and did not know what I was doing. I had little guidance, and due to my age, I was practically being raised with my puppy.
As pet guardians, we want to do the best for our pets and give them the best life we can. The downside is that we do not speak puppy and knowing what they need or want at each stage of their lives can be difficult.
As regular readers know, we are Shark Tank fans, and last year I saw a company featured that focuses on that special time in your puppies life. The PupBox Subscription Box is a monthly box tailored to the age and developmental stage your puppy is at.