There Is Never an Excuse to ignore High Blood PressureThere Is Never an Excuse to ignore High Blood Pressure


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There Is Never an Excuse to ignore High Blood Pressure

I used to thinkt that people in good health just had "healthy genes" and that daily habits didn't affect health very much. Due to that belief, when my doctor diagnosed me with high blood pressure and prescribed a medication to treat it, I didn't take it at first. I soon got a health "wake up call" when I began experiencing chest pains. My wife took me to the ER and, thankfully, they determined I wasn't having a heart attack, like I thought I was. The next day, I began taking my medication and living a healthier lifestyle. Soon, I was able to stop the medication due to my lifestyle changes, but I still monitor my blood pressure at home just to "stay on the safe side." I wanted to share my story to help others and plan to post many more health tips on my new blog.

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3 Tips For Using A Pet Boarding Service

While your cat can likely be left alone all day or even for an entire weekend, a dog can only handle about eight hours alone before they need care. In addition to needing to be put outside for their potty needs, most dogs simply need to have human interaction to be happiest. A cat typically doesn't mind the solitude, and they sleep most of the day, anyway.     But what do you do with your pets if out-of-town emergencies arise or you have vacation plans or business trips? A pet boarding service is the perfect solution. With a pet boarding service, you don't need to worry about imposing on friends and neighbors who likely have their own pets and busy lives to contend with. Here are three tips to help make the experience as comfortable as possible for both your pet and you.  

Visit Different Kennels

Don't just drop your pet off and call it good. You should arrange for a meet-and-greet with kennel staff. Bring your pets in a crate or on a leash, and give them the opportunity to check the place out for themselves while you do your own inspection of the facility. You want to see a pet boarding service that looks and smells clean, cages that are roomy enough for them to be comfortable, and animals that seem healthy and happy.     Speak with the employees to get a feel for them, and ask what the animals' schedule consists of, such as how often they are brought outside, how long they are contained, and what types of socialization and exercise they offer. Keep in mind, some animals don't care to be with other animals as it can be quite stressful for them, so make sure the kennel staff knows your pet's needs.    

Try Doggy Daycare

If your pet has never been to a boarding kennel before, you may want to choose a kennel that offers daycare. This way, you will both have an opportunity to try it out for a few hours first before committing to a lengthy stay. If he handles it well, then you will both feel more comfortable with a longer stay.    

Pack His Bags

Many pets, particularly dogs, can suffer from anxiety and separation issues when they are away from "their people." When you're done packing for yourself, pack a bag with your dog's favorite toys, treats, food, leash, bed, and blanket. You can also throw a worn t-shirt of yours in with his stuff. This way, he will have the comfort of your scent as well. Don't forget to pack any medications as well.  

Contact a service, like All Pets Hospital Ltd, to get started.