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post #1 of Old 08-12-2016, 04:26 AM Thread Starter
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Ensure Safety of your pets

It is a common mistake to not turn on pet sensors, presuming that it may set off the alarm. Consider having pet- friendly sensors. I have always had the problem of leaving my pet alone while on a tour who is just like afamily member for me. It bothers me a lot. I found easy tips on how to keep my pets safe from nasty burglars (http://www.apialarm.com/blog/keeping...-safe-thieves/). They might steal your dog, harm your dog or even torture them.
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post #2 of Old 01-11-2017, 04:15 AM
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I too have a pet. Thank you for sharing this advice.
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Have not thought about that. Spent a lot of money on pet boarding while I am on vacation with the family. Thanks for sharing!
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post #4 of Old 01-13-2017, 12:05 AM
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Yeah even I have not thought about that and thanks for sharing..
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It is a common mistake to not turn on pet sensors, presuming that it may set off the alarm. Consider having pet- friendly sensors. I have always had the problem of leaving my pet alone while on a tour who is just like afamily member for me. It bothers me a lot. I found easy tips on how to keep my pets safe from nasty burglars They might steal your dog, harm your dog or even torture them.
My pet was once stolen. But somehow I got my cutie jackie back. Thank you for the advice.
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Lovely sharing specially for pet lovers!
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I am a Cat Person and always have been. One of my marketing strategies is putting this info in my work profile(s). _Pet owners often worry when hiring a cleaner that the person wont like being around their pets, or dealing with I call "pet Messes." You cat people know what I mean!Kitty hairs, throw up and accidents do not bother me at all. I have one customer (he has 3 cats) that when I clean his home I include cleaning the three litter boxes. I do this as a small courtesy - but mainly because I want his cats to have clean boxes! This is my only customer that I would be glad to get rid of. He lives - well, like a slob. But I like his kitties!
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My shepard takes care of me, not the other way around! lol
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LOL! MY cat takes care of me, too. What a lover boy he is. 15.5 lbs of Tabby Cat love. He chose me, quite obviouosly. I was not quite ready to adopt again, but this big, beautiful cat saw me in a neighbors backyard and ran right up to me, ears forward, tail up. All signs a cat likes you. He let me pet him right away. The neighbor was surprised. He was s stray (abandoned at less than a years old) and he wandered into her yard. She began feeding him and even got him "fixed." When I met her, I met him. She called him Bear because he sort of looks like one. I decided to take him in and his full name now is Jackson Bear. It took him over a year to truly relax. He had to accept that he now has a real, safe home. He does now, and what a delightful cat he is. Out of all the cats I have owned (they owned me, actually) he is one of only 3 who were truly outstanding. And I honestly think it is because he chose ME. I didnt choose him.
Have any of you had something like this happen???
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Thank you for sharing device, i'll definitely try it for my dog.

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thanks a lot for sharing!

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tell me your stories with your pets!

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LOL! MY cat takes care of me, too. What a lover boy he is. 15.5 lbs of Tabby Cat love. He chose me, quite obviouosly. I was not quite ready to adopt again, but this big, beautiful cat saw me in a neighbors backyard and ran right up to me, ears forward, tail up. All signs a cat likes you. He let me pet him right away. The neighbor was surprised. He was s stray (abandoned at less than a years old) and he wandered into her yard. She began feeding him and even got him "fixed." When I met her, I met him. She called him Bear because he sort of looks like one. I decided to take him in and his full name now is Jackson Bear. It took him over a year to truly relax. He had to accept that he now has a real, safe home. He does now, and what a delightful cat he is. Out of all the cats I have owned (they owned me, actually) he is one of only 3 who were truly outstanding. And I honestly think it is because he chose ME. I didnt choose him.
Have any of you had something like this happen???
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Wow, this is such a sweet story. I personally adore dogs and it seems to me that these are the best pets on the planet. I want to tell you my story. A few years ago I saw an old dog on the street and he was homeless. I brought him home, washed and decided that I will take care of him. He was very sweet and cute. At first he was very sweet, but then he began to growl and even tried to bite me. I could not understand what was the reason because the doctor said that he did not have fury ... It was very strange. I read reviews on the Internet and many people explained that aggression can occur due to lack of attention. Then I decided to care more and started playing regularly with him and brushing his coat. I even had to buy a special table for this and the review on the site https://officiallypets.com helped me in this. There were so many cool options!

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It's always good to train your pets in order to keep yourself and your neighbours protected.
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Thanks for sharing this.
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