When I was younger, I was a bit of a dog lover.
I loved going out, going to the park, exploring the bush, playing in the river.
It was all about getting away from it all, and being outside.
Now, in the 21st century, that passion is no longer possible.
But for a lot of us, it still remains an essential part of life.
Our pets are a vital part of our daily lives.
It is a part of what we do, it is a source of joy and a source for happiness.
But we can never completely relinquish it.
There are still a lot more pets than people, and we have to be mindful of the needs of both.
What to do when you don’t have time to get your pets out?
Don’t let that stop you from trying to do the right thing.
If you do have a pet, there are a few things you can do to ensure you are keeping them safe, happy and healthy.
First, be sure you are aware of what the pet’s vet says is best for your pet.
Do you want to put them down?
If so, do not put them into an enclosure that is too small, or in an area where they are at risk of getting sick or injured.
If the pet is in a crate, do what you can to ensure they can stay away from you.
Secondly, it can be hard to tell if your pet is a good pet.
Don’t worry about that.
You can tell whether they are good by how they behave, and by the way they are raised.
Thirdly, don’t leave your pet unattended in a busy place, or while travelling.
Pet care experts recommend putting them on a leash or in a secure crate when travelling, so they can be easily seen and tracked by other people, but not by other animals.
If your pet has an illness or a medical condition that you cannot control, consider whether it is safe to keep them in the home.
There is no one-size-fits-all solution.
What can you do if you can’t take care of your pets?
There are some things you should do if there are no options for you to keep your pets.
You may be able to adopt a pet.
The Australian Humane Society (AHS) has a Pet Adoption page, which can help you find a pet you can adopt.
Some of the more common reasons for not adopting are: you are a member of a shelter, or a group of people that are unable to take care because you have a disability.