We have recently talked about how dogs lower stress levels and increase happiness at work, and we are sure that you are dying for a chance to bring Fido in to the office with you at the first chance you get.
You sit at your desk, the patter of your keyboard echoing in the open space at an even, quick pace as you type up notes for your upcoming presentation. It’s been a long day, your neck warns, cracking as you stretch.
Sound familiar? Working in a corporate setting isn’t all fun and pay checks — but more and companies are acknowledging that and welcoming canine friends to brighten the day.
The holiday season is upon us — and that means traveling. Many of you are sure to take your dog (or dogs!) along for that fun road trip you have planned to visit the in-laws.
Before you pack the pup up, though, keep in mind a few bits of advice that will keep both you and the dog happy and safe throughout the voyage.
Some dogs are truly heroic. Just this week, a dog saved its owner from a bear attack, another defended its 7-year-old owner from a rattlesnake, and last month Dayko, an Ecuadorian pup, died after saving seven earthquake survivors from beneath the rubble in Pedernales.
But these are not all the heroic pup stories you can find online! Our team scoured Reddit and found more heartwarming stories of brave dog deeds – or at least ones of attempted bravery.
Wiedza, jak udzielić pierwszej pomocy w niespodziewanej sytuacji, może zdecydować o życiu i dobrostanie Twojego pupila.
Co można zrobić gdy liczy się każda sekunda, a lekarz może zjawić się dopiero za kilkanaście minut? Na co warto zwrócić uwagę, jak nie zaszkodzić stosując “domowe” sposoby?