Is your dog home alone? What are the rules and regulations regarding leaving your pet at home alone?
Here’s what you need to know!
If you’re looking for a guide to leave your pet at home, then read on…
The Rules of Leaving Your Pet At Home Alone:
1) Never leave a pet unattended when it isn’t supposed to be there.
2) If you have a cat or dog, make sure they get food and water regularly.
3) Make sure your pet gets exercise.
They don’t want to just sit around all day. (It’s not fun for them either!) Exercise will keep their minds sharp and healthy.
4) Keep your pets safe from harm; do NOT let them play with fire, poison or other dangerous things!
5) Do not leave your pet in a car or anywhere where it could become trapped.
6) Be considerate of others and obey traffic laws.
7) Never leave your pet locked up in a room without food and water.
(You might think they’ll come out later, but they won’t. They’ll wait until you come back).
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How Long Can I Leave My Dog Alone?
A golden retriever is a great family dog. These dogs are usually very friendly and playful, traits that make them perfect for children. They also tend to be energetic which means you’ll need to set aside a few hours for exercise and fun. Unlike other breeds, golden retrievers don’t shed as much, making them perfect for people with allergies.
I love my dogs and always want what’s best for them. They are always happy when I come home and never run away from the house (I hope they never do that). I would hate to think that they were home alone bored and miserable. One day, as a kid, I came up with the bright idea to leave my dog at home alone while I went over to a friend’s house. After a few hours, I started to feel really guilty and rushed home.
I ran inside and was shocked by what I saw next….My dog had eaten our couch! It turns out I forgot to feed him when I left. Dogs will always eat if they are hungry enough so I figured he must’ve been starving! I’ve never left my pet alone since then and now I make sure to always feed him when I leave.
If you decide to leave your dog alone, make sure that you still take them for a walk or give them attention in some way. You can also hire a dog sitter if you really need to leave them alone. Make sure they have something to do while you’re gone such as a toy or bone that they can play with. It can also help to turn on the TV or radio so they aren’t in silence. Leaving your pet alone for longer than 15 minutes is not recommended unless absolutely necessary.
Dogs are very social animals and need the attention that people give them. Even when you are home it’s nice to spend time with your pet every now and then. They love it, and they love you! Always make sure you give them your love and care.
DID YOU KNOW?
In some places in the world, dogs are actually eaten as food. YUCK! Luckily, that’s not the case here!
In the past, dogs have been used to help people with disabilities (such as blindness). A person who owned a service dog would be able to go out in public without fear. The dog would lead them around and make sure they didn’t bump into things. In some cases, the dogs were also helpers on farms. They would herd sheep and other animals.
It was also not uncommon for people to keep dogs as pets.
With their keen sense of smell, dogs can be used to detect certain types of explosives. These highly trained animals can walk down a street and sniff out anything that might be harmful to humans.
Some dogs have even been sent into space! In the 1960’s the Russians sent a dog named Laika into orbit. Sadly, the poor thing died in space when the capsule the Russians were launching her in failed to separate from the spacecraft. In the 1970’s, the U.S.
joined in on the space race by launching a dog named Misyos into orbit. The U.S. was the first country to send an animal around the moon and back home safely.
In 2003, a Russian dog named Zvezdochkina was launched into space and became the first dog to ever travel to and orbit the moon. What an honor!
In addition to all of this, dogs are a man’s best friend and make our lives more enjoyable. So never forget to take care of your pet by feeding them, playing with them, and giving them lots of love and attention!
Apples are a delicious and nutritious fruit that can be eaten on their own or made into yummy desserts. They can be obtained by buying them at the store, picking them from your own yard, or swapping with a friend who has an apple tree.
Apples are great for you because they contain a lot of vitamin C. This helps the body build and repair tissue, bones, and cells. It also helps protect your body from bacteria and viruses!
Apples are very versatile and can be eaten on their own or included in recipes. Some people like to eat them dipped in peanut butter. Applesauce can be made by cooking down apples until they are soft. This can then be eaten as a side dish or even as a snack!
Apples can also be baked into desserts! Apple pie is a favorite, but you can also make apple turnovers and other treats.
There are a wide variety of apples to choose from. Some of the most popular varieties in the U.S.A are Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Rome, Fuji, Gala, and Granny Smith. Choose a variety that sounds good to you or try a new one every time you go apple picking!
Apples can also be found in many different sizes. The size of an apple doesn’t necessarily reflect its quality or taste. Some of the smaller ones can be really yummy while the larger ones might not taste as good. Acording to Johnny Appleseed, the bigger the apple, the longer it took to grow, and that means it has had more time to develop its flavor.
Be sure to only pick apples from a tree you know isn’t treated with any chemicals. You wouldn’t want to poison yourself!
Apples are really fun to pick. Most orchards allow people to walk around and pick the apples off the trees. This is a fun activity to do with family, friends, or your apple boyfriend or girlfriend!
When you get your bag of apples home, be sure to keep them in a dark, cool place since apples don’t like heat. The refrigerator is usually the best place since it is extra dark and cool in there.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away!
An apple is a fruit, and in addition to being delicious, it is also really healthy for you. Apples are an excellent source of vitamin C and contain small amounts of many other essential vitamins and minerals. They also have dietary fiber, which makes you feel fuller longer and helps prevent certain cancers.
“To eat an apple before lunch is forbidden. To eat an apple after lunch is immoral.”
-Ernest Howard Crosby
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away, if well aimed.”
“The apple is probably one of the most nutritious fruits known, but I propose that we do not give it any more importance than it deserves. Let us not sing its praises.”
-Charles M. Allen
“One helping of apple pie is good. Two helpings are better. Three helpings are best. Four helpings are far too many. Five helpings are better still.
Six helpings are better yet. Seven helpings are the best I’ve ever had.”
-James L. Kraft
“There is one word in the English language that is both a noun and a verb. The word is ‘run.’ You can ‘run’ and it is a verb. Or you can ‘run’ and it is a noun. This word happens to also be one of my favorite words.”
-Maynard Keenan of the band Tool
“A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world. He is truly blind.”
“It’s always darkest before dawn.”
-Uncle Ben Parker in Spider-Man
“(As long as you hold to the sides and avoid the middle) 3/4 of the waters of the earth are land!”
“Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.”
“(You’re a woman! I’m a man! We’re all just animals!!!
Who needs the Peace Corps?
) But you were in the SPCA!”
“(It’s funny because it’s true.)”
-George Carlin on horse racing
“I’ve had a perfectly wonderful evening, but this wasn’t it.”
“Never kick a law-abiding dog.”
“Never trust a beanpole, a bald man, or a Yankee.”
“(It’s funny because it’s true. And it’s a quote from Mark Twain. There, I just explained 90% of all internet jokes.)”
-George Carlin on golf
“(I’m rubber, you’re glue. Whatever you say bounces off me and sticks to you!)”
“(Sometimes I wonder why we don’t just put all the government in a big building and start a fire…) (Shut up!)”
-George Carlin on the FBI
“(You’re tearing me apart, Lisa!!)”
“(Man, I’ve had way too much caffeine today!)”
-Future You, Under The Influence by The Mad Ciphas
“(So you’re finally cutting your connection to the Old Man. Good riddance!)”
-Your Former Boss, Under The Influence by The Mad Ciphas “ah you stupid head!”
-Homer Simpson on Mister Burns “If you take the natural talent of Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, Elon Musk, and Mark Zuckerberg…put them in a big room…and ask them to create a new currency…an hour later, Mike Hosking would step out…covered in dicks.”
“The strongest person is not the one who can physically beat the rest. It is the one who can touch the most hearts. (next)”
“The strongest person is not the one who can inflict the most pain. It’s the one who can endure the most pain (next)” -Anonymous
“The strongest person is not the one who can kill the most people. It’s the one who can be happy with the fewest people (next) ” – Anonymous
“The sweetest thing when words come easy, and every hardship known becomes a song. (next)”
“The difficult I’ll do right now, the impossible will take a little while (next) ” – Tom Clancy
“The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits. (next) ” – Anonymous
The difference between school and life?
In school, you’re taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you’re given a test that teaches you a lesson. (next) ” – Anonymous
“The difference between love and addiction is that love is a lot stronger than addiction. (next)” – Anonymous
The difference between poverty and riches?
It’s a thousand dollars. That’s all. A lot of poor people think that a thousand dollars isn’t a lot of money; then again, a lot of poor people think there’s a difference between “a lot” and “a little”. (next) ” – George Carlin
The difference between football and rugby?
In football, the ball can only go forward. (next)” – Anonymous
The difference between a mosquito and a sparrow?
A mosquito stops sucking. (next) ” – Anonymous
The difference between a successful child and a failure?
A deadline (next) ” – Anonymous
“The difference between a weed and a plant?
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- Understanding your dog (K Ohmae – 1988)
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- Love Is All You Need: The Revolutionary Bond-Based Approach to Educating Your Dog (R Sheldrake – 2011 – Broadway Books)