Our pets are precious and if they have a favourite toy, you treat it with great care because you know they would be lost without it.
But your dog or cat might not always understand how careful they need to be.
One man found that his dog Lucky had left his teddy outside during a storm and he hadn’t fared well in the bad weather.
He sent the picture to his daughter Michaella and told her that Lucky’s ‘baby’ was no more.
But her dad, who she says loves to make her and the dogs smile, launched a recovery operation.
He told her: ‘I found a slight pulse. I’m doing CPR.’
And once be brought the bear round, he set up a recovery bed, complete with homemade IV drip.
Help Them Adapt to New Environments. “The only thing that likes change is a four-week-old baby in a wet diaper.” Though puppies and kittens are easygoing, mature pets often need guidance transitioning into new spaces. Dr. Becker advises introducing them slowly. “Don’t just dump them in a new house and hope for the best.” Pheromone sprays are handy for making strange houses more inviting. “Cats,” notes Dr. Becker, exist as both predator and prey, and in predator mode, they need vertical surfaces like climbing towers to feel safe.”
Of course, once the bear’s condition was improving, he let Lucky and his sister Laci in for a visit.
And good news, Michaella told The Dodo that the bear is now fully recovered and back with Lucky.