Pets suffer in heat. In summer, keep your dog or cat in a cool, shaded place, and give him or her enough water to drink or your pet will end up weary or dehydrated.
Your pet should have his or her own toys and learn that toys, not furniture, can be bitten.
Dogs should have a dog house or shelter to protect themselves in bad weather. Remember that rain may affect their health.
Play with your pet. He or she will wait for your five-minute play session every day, as this will stimulate and make him or her happy.
Do not forget to caress your pet. Your pats will help him or her relieve stress, relax, and feel loved. And you will also feel the same!
Collect your pet’s droppings from sidewalks and parks. Passers-by will be very grateful.
When it is too cold, you may keep your pet warm with a coat and in heated rooms to prevent him or her from catching a disease.
Give your cat a cardboard box to play. Your pet will sharpen his or her nails against it instead of scratching your furniture, and will play his or her own hide-and-seek.