|Photo Credit: Facebook Anita Bemi, Iko and Doc|
She sang Nat King Cole’s “L-O-V-E” in my car with her boyfriend Josh. I find them to be a comic duo worth a wait in a trendy West Hollywood ticket line.
|Photo Credit: Facebook Comedy Duo Anita & Josh|
On the way to the restaurant, pet parents dining alfresco at other eateries were just as beguiled by Anita as I was. She spoke to their dogs as if they were people.
Anita is a kind, gentle, fun-spirited expert on dogs. It’s her profession. She received her training from the Animal Behavior Institute of North Carolina.
What is one thing more you must know about Anita? When asked what she wanted to be when she grew up, her answer was, “a puppy!” If anyone deserves to be an honorary puppy, it’s this expert.
|Photo Credit: Facebook Anita Bemi and twin with holiday turkey|
A: This is actually a sad question, but a very good one.
First off, who gave you this puppy? Maybe, they want it back…. ; )
Secondly, Is this a purebred puppy? If so, the breeder is usually the one that will take the puppy back. If not, look for a dog breed rescue. That goes for whether it’s purebred or not. Usually, rescues will take in dogs that are part whatever their breed rescue is. This can help ensure the puppy gets placed into a home where they are wanted.Is the puppy a purebred from a breeder? If so, the breeder should be able to take it back. If not, look for a dog breed rescue. That goes for whether it’s a purebred or not. Usually, rescues will take in dogs that are part whatever their breed rescue is. This can help ensure the puppy gets placed into a home where they are wanted.
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Q: If I am already a pet owner, how do I instruct my pet sitter to play with your dog daily if I must leave for holiday vacation?
If you have very strict rules for “play-time”, be sure to write them down. For example, if you don’t let Rex “win” when playing tug o’ war, or Peppy plays fetch for 20 minutes each day, etc.
Q: What are some suggestions for transitioning my dog to a new schedule with a new sitter?
But, because this is usually a very short and temporary thing, owners and sitters should try not to stress too much. Everyone should try to have fun and be in the moment. It’s what’s best for the owner, sitter, and dog alike.