It is every dog owner’s wish to have their best buddy by their side for as long as possible. Sadly, cancer can cut a dog’s life - and time with their owners - short. The next best way to keep your dog’s memory with your forever is through a collection of photographs. With the age of technology, it is sometimes easy to disregard the value of a physical photo album. Still, nothing beats having a collection of images that you can keep with you, one that you can always look at when you are missing your dog. A photo shoot with your pooch is a great way to retain memories with your pooch even when they are long gone.
Whether it is a birthday party, going away party or simply a get-together, organizing a doggy party is a great way to bring all the people who love you and your dog together in one event. It is astounding how much family and friends regret not being able to say goodbye to a pet after they are gone. By throwing a party for your dog, your loved ones can show up, come together and shower your pooch with love and affection. A doggy party is also a good excuse for your furry friend to get stuffed in cake and treats.
When you discover that your dog has cancer, you immediately think of creating a bucket list to make sure that your dog lives life to the fullest. No bucket list would be complete without a road trip. What is great about going on a road trip with your dog is that, within the trip, you can do several other things, cover multiple destinations and make a number of stops to try various activities. Road trips allow your dog to take in new surroundings and discover new sights. In addition, this one-of-a-kind trip will allow your dog to create memories with you, ones that will last a lifetime.
Dogs generally love to eat and sweets are no exception. Take your dog on an ice cream date and let them enjoy a sweet treat. There are plenty of ice cream parlors that allow customers to bring their dogs along with them. Just make sure to choose a flavor that has no adverse effect on your dog, such as vanilla.
Dogs are known to relish in physical contact and are especially fond of cuddles. If your dog has cancer, there is some uncertainty on how much time they have left in the world. Constant cuddling is a way to make your dog feel loved. It also helps you get as much quality time as possible with your pooch.