So often we are in a hurry-run to work, dash to the store, pick up the kids, time at the gym-and so it goes. Are our pets ever in a hurry? Probably not (with the exception of kittens who seem to be in a constant state of dashing to and fro). But generally, if we study our pets, they take things cautiously and slowly. We could learn a lot from them.
And with the holiday season quickly approaching, many of us will have family and friends visiting our homes and fun festivities all around. But this added excitement can also mean your pets getting into mischief if not properly supervised. Whether it be from doors being left ajar or unhealthy or dangerous foods being left within a paws reach, take a few seconds to visually confirm the location of your pet.
Make a conscious effort to notice that they are not under a vehicle or in/near an appliance or in harm's way during your celebration or before you leave your home and save yourself the needless agony of wishing -if only I'd slowed down and looked