4 TIPS TO KEEP YOUR DOG AND YOUR FAMILY HEALTHY DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

4 TIPS TO KEEP YOUR DOG AND YOUR FAMILY HEALTHY DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

While all the world is suffering from this COVID-19 Pandemic, we want to be really close to each one of you and your wonderful dogs, staying positive and giving useful informations.

 

Keep attention, we have a little surprise from our wonderful happy customers at the end of the article…

 

Are you confused about what to do with your dog at home? These Tips will help! #StaySafe

While all the world is suffering from this COVID-19 Pandemic, we want to be really close to each one of you and your wonderful dogs, staying positive and giving useful informations.

 

Keep attention, we have a little surprise from our wonderful happy customers at the and of the article…

 

Are you confused about what to do with your dog at home? These Tips will help! #StaySafe

1. Stay at Home and Keep Your Dog Active.

1. Stay at Home and Keep Your Dog Active.

It’s challenging to keep your dog active now that we’re all advised to stay at home and avoid others, but it’s really important for their physical and mental Health.

 

Here are some tips to try indoors or in a garden, if you have one:

 

- Try playing hide and seek with your dog, hiding treats or toys around the house for them to find

- If you have a garden you can let them out to play, run around, sniff and explore

- Teach your dog a new trick or practise training

- Give them a new toy to play with

2. Wash your hand frequently and after you touched your dog.

It’s challenging to keep your dog active now that we’re all advised to stay at home and avoid others, but it’s really important for their physical and mental Health.

 

Here are some tips to try indoors or in a garden, if you have one:

 

- Try playing hide and seek with your dog, hiding treats or toys around the house for them to find

- If you have a garden you can let them out to play, run around, sniff and explore

- Teach your dog a new trick or practise training

- Give them a new toy to play with

2. Wash your hand frequently and after you touched your dog

Till now, we know that dogs can’t get the virus. A very small number of pets outside the United States have been reported to be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 after close contact with people with COVID-19.

 

According to organizations such as the AVMA and the World Organisation for Animal Health, at this point, we do not have evidence that animals, and specifically, companion animals such as dogs and cats become ill from this virus.

 

Although there have been no reports of pets becoming sick with COVID-19 in the United States, it is still recommended that people sick with COVID-19 limit contact with animals until more information is known about the virus.

 

This can help ensure both you and your animals stay healthy.

When possible, have another member of your household care for your animals while you are sick.

 

Avoid contact with your pet including, petting, snuggling, being kissed or licked, and sharing food.

 

If you must care for your pet or be around animals while you are sick, wash your hands before and after you interact with them.

Till now, we know that dogs can’t get the virus. A very small number of pets outside the United States have been reported to be infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 after close contact with people with COVID-19.

 

According to organizations such as the AVMA and the World Organisation for Animal Health, at this point, we do not have evidence that animals, and specifically, companion animals such as dogs and cats become ill from this virus.

 

Although there have been no reports of pets becoming sick with COVID-19 in the United States, it is still recommended that people sick with COVID-19 limit contact with animals until more information is known about the virus.

 

This can help ensure both you and your animals stay healthy.

When possible, have another member of your household care for your animals while you are sick.

 

Avoid contact with your pet including, petting, snuggling, being kissed or licked, and sharing food.

 

If you must care for your pet or be around animals while you are sick, wash your hands before and after you interact with them.

3. Give them a Safe place to rest

3. Give them a Safe place to rest

It will improve their Health and Happiness

 

On average, our furry friends sleep 12-14 hours a day..

 

We’re not the only ones who need quality sleep; dogs also require a soft, warm, and comfortable bed that would allow them to have a proper rest.

 

A study made by vets confirmed that lack of sleep can cause various diseases and may lead to:

 

  1. - Weak Immune System
  2. - Behavioral Issues
  3. - Mood Instability
  4. - Limited Brain Development
  5. - Limited Learning Capacity

 

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On average, our furry friends sleep 12-14 hours a day..

 

We’re not the only ones who need quality sleep; dogs also require a soft, warm, and comfortable bed that would allow them to have a proper rest.

 

A study made by vets confirmed that lack of sleep can cause various diseases and may lead to:

 

  1. - Weak Immune System
  2. - Behavioral Issues
  3. - Mood Instability
  4. - Limited Brain Development
  5. - Limited Learning Capacity

 

Our fur friends need the best sleeping experience possible.. It's essential for their Health and Happiness!

 

This is why we've put all our efforts to give to our doggies what they really deserve..

 

The DogsLanding™ Calming Bed is the best choice nowadays. Crafted with premium nylon fabric and finished with a luxurious faux fur exterior, our calming bed is designed to mimic the cozy comfort of a mother's fur coat aiming to provide your pet with the most comfortable sleeping experience imaginable.

 

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✅Proven to Ease Anxiety

✅Promotes Better Sleep Cycles

✅Ultra-soft Material

✅Easy to Clean

 

We want to give our help during these hard times, hoping to gift you a smile.

 

Now, more than ever, they need a safe place to head to when in need of security, comfort, or a cozy nap💤

 

During this outbreak, we are going to include FREE 90$ Value of Bonuses + 50% OFF in every order!🙏

 

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4. Walk your dog if you can

The government measures permit one form of exercise a day such as a run, a walk or a cycle, so dog owners, as long as they are well and not showing any symptoms, can walk their pet once a day as part of these exercising guidelines.

 

Households with two or more adults can take it in turns to walk their dog if they usually go more than once a day.

 

When taking your dog out, government advice is to stay local and use open spaces near to your home where possible – do not travel unnecessarily, and avoid others, staying at least two metres (around three steps) away.

 

Wash your hands with soap and water as soon as you get back from your dog walk.

In the End...

Remember, if your dog need Veterinary Care please call your vet or emergency clinic to find out how they are handling patient care at this time.

Many are offering drive-up services or telemedicine options in order to limit physical contact between humans.

 

To protect your pet from respiratory diseases, vaccinate your pet for Bordetella, parainfluenza and canine influenza, which are the most common vaccine-preventable respiratory diseases in pets.

 

Your vet can help you determine which vaccines your pet should have, based on its risk factors.



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4. Walk your dog if you can

The government measures permit one form of exercise a day such as a run, a walk or a cycle, so dog owners, as long as they are well and not showing any symptoms, can walk their pet once a day as part of these exercising guidelines.

 

Households with two or more adults can take it in turns to walk their dog if they usually go more than once a day.

 

When taking your dog out, government advice is to stay local and use open spaces near to your home where possible – do not travel unnecessarily, and avoid others, staying at least two metres (around three steps) away.

 

Wash your hands with soap and water as soon as you get back from your dog walk.

In the End...

Remember, if your dog need Veterinary Care please call your vet or emergency clinic to find out how they are handling patient care at this time.

Many are offering drive-up services or telemedicine options in order to limit physical contact between humans.

 

To protect your pet from respiratory diseases, vaccinate your pet for Bordetella, parainfluenza and canine influenza, which are the most common vaccine-preventable respiratory diseases in pets.

 

Your vet can help you determine which vaccines your pet should have, based on its risk factors.



If you need anything, we are here to help.

We need to remain positive in these hard times, therefore we decided to post some pawesome,funny, photos directly from our happy fur customers.. #StayPositive, #StayAtHome and enjoy them!

Check our Bestsellers...

Dogslanding™ Calming Bed

from 49.95$ (50% OFF)

Dogslanding™ Calming Bundle

from 72.95$ (56% OFF)

Dogslanding™ Calming Blanket

from 33.95$ (56% OFF)

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