My heart goes out to anyone who’s had a pet stolen. It really does…
I can imagine what they go through and I could never bear to have my dog stolen. I’d be devastated trying to find him, recover him and bring him back home.
That’s why I wanted to write this post. Hopefully, these might help you to prevent your dog from being stolen. I hope you find these tips useful:
- Don’t tie your dog outside a bank / restaurant / store – Even if its just for 5 minutes, never do this. You’d be surprised by the number of dogs stolen this way.
Here’s how to make a quick meal for your dog that he’ll truly love
Calories: Approximately 690
1.5 cups boiled chicken cut into bite size pieces.
1/2 cup cooked brown rice
1/4 cup of boiled & chopped carrot
1/4 cup of boiled & diced potato
3 tbsp unsalted chicken broth
Add all ingredients together in an appropriate sized dutch oven.
Heat for about 20 minutes.
Wait till it cools to room temperature and serve.
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1. Impulsive adoptions/purchases
Before you buy or adopt a dog, you need to think about where you live (is it an apartment? Do you have a large backyard?), your lifestyle (how much time you will have to spend and play with the dog each day), does the breed you’re looking at have a tendency to be territorial (not befriending strangers/visitors to your house easily).
Carefully consider all factors before deciding on the breed of dog you select. This will
go a long way in ensuring that your pet fits in with your life and vice-versa.