Additionally, I have filed training hints and other handouts in the binders.
In the crate, there are two soft and fluffy bathmats that my dogs are familiar with: they have learned to associate their personal mat with lying down quietly and being treated and praised. I have a portable water bowl, lots of poop bags, trash bags, hand wipes, antibacterial hand wash, alcohol wipes, antibacterial ointment, extra leashes and collars, and special toys. I have a small lunch cooler in which I can put water and treats. I have trained my dogs to come to me at the sound of a clicker, so I have a clicker in the crate also, as well as an extra treat bag.
I scored a portable seat/backpack at a yard sale for $1, and have stored in the crate too, this is for me however =)
Everything I need for my dogs is stored in one place and "ready to roll", whether it be to obedience lessons, the veterinarian, a pet-friendly get-together, or an emergency.
We inherited a 10 year old Lhasa Apso and we don't have any health records on her. She was transported by air between states 3 years ago, so we know her health records were up to date at that point. What do we need to do to have her legal in Florida now?
By Shelley from Fort Myers, FL
Vaccines cause problems including chronic disease. Vaccines contain mercury, antifreeze, rotting animal parts, squaline, aluminum. The parvo vaccine often causes parvo. Avoid vaccines. Work on building a good immune system with good food, warm bed, exercise and lots of lovin. vaclib.org is loaded with documentation of the dangers of vaccines. Much written by doctors who have delved into the problem. Vaccines are poisoned needles.