Renter’s Advice and Resources

Renter’s Advice and Resources

Apartment City Living: Keeping Safe and Having Fun while Walking Your Dog

Staff Writer

 · Jul 26, 2010

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Walking your dog is a necessary job, which can be fun. Not only does your dog love to walk, but it will also provide you both with exercise. Living in a major metropolitan area should not stop or impede your walking your dog on a regular basis. To make the most of your walk with […]

A lethargic dog is at greater risk for injury and disease than an active dog, so it is important that you make the effort to energize your dog if he shows symptoms of lethargy. It’s important to get a dog energized and on a set feeding, exercise and potty walk schedule in order to prevent […]

Staff Writer

 · Jul 8, 2010

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Dog weight management guidelines are important to follow, especially if you live in an apartment. Dogs can gain weight when they live in a confined space and don’t get enough exercise. Therefore, making sure your dog is fed so he maintains a healthy, normal weight is essential if you don’t want him to become sick. Obese […]

Staff Writer

 · Jun 28, 2010

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Dog walking is a great way for you and the dog to exercise and have some fun. Dogs need the stimulation and exercise from walking outdoors. However, living in an apartment with other residents requires that you take certain precautions when walking your pet. The following 5 tips will help keep you and your dog […]

Staff Writer

 · Jun 2, 2010

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Daily dog exercise is an essential part of a happy, healthy dog’s life. Although it can be easy to put off taking the dog out for a walk or a game in the park during a hectic life—even more so if the weather is crummy or cold—it is essential that you establish an exercise routine […]

Staff Writer

 · May 19, 2010

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