Fall Pet Preparation
Prepare Your Pet for Fall in Manhattan
As it starts to get colder here in Manhattan, the number of coats, boots and scarves that you start to see on the streets increases. People are starting to bundle up, make adjustments to their lives in order to accommodate the coming of fall. If you’re a pawrent, you need to make the same adjustments for your pet. When it comes to fall pet preparation, there are few things you can do to make your pet more comfortable. Keep reading for our fall pet preparation tips.
3 Fall Pet Preparation Tips
Throughout the year, your pet’s needs change. Depending on the weather and temperatures, you make adjustments so that your pet is more comfortable. In the warmer months, you remove things from their environment that cause additional heat like blankets in the dog bed or covering for the birdcage. But as it starts to get cooler here in Manhattan, you’re going to need to step up for your fall pet preparation.
Provide your pet with extra warmth wherever their favorite spots are. If you know your cat likes the windowsill where the sun shines through in the morning, fold up a blanket and put it there so they have additional heat. Add an extra blanket to your dog’s bed or make sure you cuddle up extra close at night. Your pet will appreciate it as it gets colder.
Make Dietary Adjustments as Needed
When it’s cold, your pet requires more energy to stay warm throughout the day. Just because it’s starting to get colder, doesn’t mean that you get to ditch your pet’s exercise or play routine. They need that for their health. But what you probably need to do is increase the amount of food that you give your pet in the cooler months of the year. Food generates body heat. Make sure you check with your vet to see how you should modify your pet’s diet to best suit their needs.
Watch the Decorations
Fall is the start of the holiday season. Before you know it, you’re going to be decorating your place for Halloween and Thanksgiving. When you’re decorating your Manhattan apartment for the holidays, keep in mind that your pet lives there too. Cats love shiny things. They love playing with strings and scratching things and have also been known to destroy holiday decorations. Dogs too. Animals are curious, so when you’re decorating, try to stay away from things that if swallowed or dismantled could harm your pet.
Safe and Reliable Pet Sitters in Manhattan
Our professional and reliable Manhattan pet sitters understand that pet care changes throughout the year. Some pets need more than others to stay comfortable during cooler months of the year like additional blankets in their beds or more cuddles with their pawrents. Every pet is different. And at Bingo Pet Care, we make your pet our priority. We provide a co-parenting pet sitting experience unlike any other service in Manhattan. Schedule a meet and greet today and find out for yourself why we’re the most reliable pet sitters in Manhattan.