Most of us would agree that bringing a new pet into your home enriches your life in many ways. If you are seriously considering adding a new member to your household, the first step is to become familiar with the specific needs of different types of pets to find one that will fit your lifestyle. Each pet is different when it comes to cost, care, housing, and demands on your time; so arm yourself with information first. That way, once you are ready to make the final selection, you will be able to make an informed decision that will lead to a long, happy relationship for both you and your pet.
The Agency - Dog Friendly
The world of Architecture and Design does not neglect our canine companions, as seen in our earlier posts about which pet hotels to check into and dog houses that push the envelope. Now comes a new discovery carrying a more casual aesthetic: tipis designed specifically for dogs. Growler Goods founders Matt Graber and Heather Roma… Read more
It’s time to wake up and smell the dog treats. An increasing number of luxury hotels not only allow, but also embrace, “man’s best friend” staying in their hotels. We did a little research and put together a list of a few of our favorite bark-friendly places around California. Carmel Valley Ranch $100 per visit… Read more