A guest post from a very patient Penny Martin.
Penny first contacted me towards the end of January, 2022. I was going to publish her post not long after. But Penny didn’t realise that I had changed my email address so there was a resend involved. Then I forgot that I had her guest article waiting to be published. Then last Wednesday, the 9th Feb., I got myself ready to publish it the following Thursday, and discovered that it was in Windows format and I was a Mac user.
So that is why I nominated her as Patient Penny!
Here is her post.
Must-Have Resources and Tips for Fostering or Adopting a Pup
If you want to relieve some of the tension you’ve been feeling over the last year, now may be the perfect time to add a new pet to your life! Here, Learning From Dogs shares some helpful resources to ensure you’re ready to provide health and happiness for your new buddy.
Should You Foster or Adopt?
This is the first question to ask yourself before you welcome a furry companion into your home. Each has its own perks, so read through these tips to decide whether you would prefer to foster a new pet or add a permanent member to your family.
- Still Plenty of Pets Available Despite Pandemic Surge
- Crucial Questions to Ask Before Adopting a Pet
- Adopting a Rescue Dog: How to Help Them Adjust
- How Pets Help People with Stress
Setting Up Your Home for a Pet
Whether you foster or adopt, you want to be sure your home is safe and comfortable for your new buddy. These supplies, tips, and resources can help.
- How to Prepare a Home for Foster Pets
- How to Make Your Home Pet Friendly
- Is Your Home Office Safe?
- Finding the Best Dog Bed for Your Pup
Caring for Your Pet
If you are thinking of fostering or adopting a dog, here’s some info on keeping them safe and healthy.
- Find a Veterinarian Near You
- 3 Ways You Might Be Ruining Your Dog’s Walk
- Must-Have Supplies for New Dogs
Fostering or adopting a dog during this time of stress and anxiety can be a perfect way to calm those feelings and keep your home from feeling so lonely. As long as you can provide care, food, a few snuggles, and the essentials mentioned above, you should be able to keep your new friend perfectly safe, sound, and happy. So, what are you waiting for? Consider adopting a pup today!
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That is a very useful guest article.
I hope there will be others.