How to keep your furry friends happy and active during the Pandemic


The COVID-19 pandemic has hit everyone hard in some way. Whether your grief is over the loss of a job, social connection, or of life as you knew it, we have all been faced with the notion that we are forever changed. This also takes a toll on your pets. Whether you have a cat or dog, your pet adapts to your emotions. They can sense when you are happy or sad. Instead of seeing the coronavirus as a end to our way of life, we can now take this time to restructure our lives and slow down. That includes spending more time with our animals.

So many of us had previously gone to work for at least eight hours a day, just to come home, cook dinner for our family and spend very little time with our pets. Now, with the loss of much of our social lives, though we are seeing less of our friends, we can spend more time at home in the company of our pets.There are a few things you can do to help alleviate the stress and boredom your pet may face from having it’s routine changed. During this time of social distancing you can help your pet to become more active, you can teach them something new, provide a new routine, and even make them healthier treats.

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