A growing trend has been to include pets in many celebrations and ceremonies being held outdoors. However, it does take an extra bit of preparation when including pets in these events. Unfamiliar spaces, activities and people can make the pet you thought you knew so well, well... unpredictable.
This weekend, Carla and I are looking forward to setting up our Wrapsit booth at the North Texas Irish Festival (better known as NTIF) in Dallas, Texas. We will be near the general admissions gate in the Grand Building and have the honor of "pitching tent" alongside many of the local animal rescue booths. "NTIF is proud to be one of the most pet friendly events in Dallas. Not only do we encourage visitors to bring their dogs to the park for a day out, but we also provide complimentary booth...
The last thing you want to deal with as you are trying to get out the door is a missing essential item. Do you really want your excited dog chasing you all around the house as you frantically search under beds and couches for their favorite toy? Avoid last-minute anxiety by packing a convenient travel bag dedicated to your pet's toys and travel needs.
The holidays are a very fun but hectic time. It’s easy to think that buying a few stocking stuffers for your furry friend is all the holiday prep you need to do for them, but there are also quite a few things to keep in mind for the sake of your pet’s safety. 1. Create a safe space for your pet The holidays are a very hectic time and it’s easy for your pet to get stressed. Try to keep their routine as normal as possible, but when change cannot be avoided, make sure your pet has a place to e...
Whether headed to a picnic, outdoor concert, or a camping trip, chances are you are slinging an outdoor folding chair over your shoulder as you head out the door...Good news! Now, there is a slipcover add-on that adjusts to fit the most popular sizes of that traditional scissor-legged folding chair and... this simple accessory can actually help you focus more on the activities and the fun at hand!
We’re not saying you should shun all your friends and only hang out with your dog, but it certainly wouldn’t hurt to opt for more quality time with your furry friend. If your social calendar is full, you can also bring your dog with you! Just remember, parties and coffee dates can be disappointing, but when’s the last time you regretted hanging out with your dog?
Not all cats will love the outdoors, but many enjoy the fresh air! Start slowly with your kitty and give them a chance to get used to things like the leash and harness and the surrounding environment. Take your time and work your way up to more time spent outdoors with your cat.
Your dog deserves more hang out time than just a few hours on a couch with you every night. While most of us are unable to stay home with our dogs all day, there are ways to squeeze in more time with your lovable pet throughout the week. We all find time in our active lives to do the things we enjoy, from picnics and concerts in the park to fishing and camping. Here’s why you should use every opportunity you can to take your dog with you!
Who doesn’t love spending a day at the park with their favorite furry friend? Whether you plan to lounge on a picnic blanket or run around playing fetch, you’ll want to pack a few supplies.