It’s a known fact: every parent thinks their kid is the most precious and adorable baby, and every dog owner thinks their pup is a gift to the world. Whenever
Roland slowly opened his eyes and let loose a giant yawn. After blinking a few time to clear the cobwebs in his head, he stood up and got out of bed. He stretched, shook off the weight of last night’s slumber, and set off upon his day.
Ah, the joys of puppy parenthood. Romps in the park, cuddles on the couch, games of fetch… torn-up pillows… piddled-on welcome mats… There are plenty of ups and downs that come with the addition of a furry canine friend to your apartment home. Whether your new friend is a tiny teacup pup or a roly-poly pug, you’ll need to take a few steps so she grows up happy and healthy… and so you can get your security deposit back when you move out!
When it comes time for a big move between apartments, there are enough things to worry about on top of having to ease the transition for your four-legged roommates. The