In our last blog post, we began talking about dangerous foods for dogs. No matter if you are a dog owner who loves to share with your pooch or you aren’t, there is still a chance that your dog could eat something harmful. Even the best-behaved dogs, if they have separation anxiety, can get into …

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You may be a dog owner who loves to share your eats and sweets with your dog—why not share your favorite things with man’s best friend? Even though you mean well, you may be feeding your dog harmful foods and encouraging bad habits. On the other hand, you may be very strict with your pooch: …

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Welcome back to Vimtag’s blog! In our last blog post, we switched our focus from elder monitoring systems and how to care for your loved to learning how to care for your furry friend. Most dogs are stay-at-home-dogs and many experience separation anxiety. There are a few ways to help your dog cope with being …

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Most people don’t want to leave their dogs at home alone. Honestly, most of us would love to take our dog with us everywhere or at least take them to work with us. However, most workplaces and many occupations don’t allow and aren’t conducive to having our furry friends with us while we earn a …

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  In our last blog, we began discussing some of the most common concerns that senior citizens face today. We discussed the frustration of dealing with health care costs, disease, general physical aging, the need for physical assistance, and financial insecurity. Getting older and seeing oneself lose one’s youth is hard, in addition to all …

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In our culture, no one likes thinking about getting older. There are anti-aging creams, workout programs, and supplements all with the aim of prolonging your youth. Aging is scary, a bummer, but a part of life. Senior citizens face much; not only do they face the actual aging process, but they also face many other …

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  Most accidents or falls that occur happen at the home of the elderly person. The incidents happen at the place in which your loved one spends most of their time and probably feels the safest, allowing them to put their guard down. Unfortunately, accidents at home can prompt loved ones to feel uneasy, and …

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  Do you have an elderly loved one who is still independent, but you worry may not be able to live on their own? You might be unsure what to do: you don’t want to take your loved one’s freedom completely away, but you know they do need assistance. Perhaps, an elderly monitoring system might …

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In our last blog series, we discussed easy home security measures. Home security not only includes installing home security equipment, but it also includes daily practices such as locking the door behind you, keeping your vacation plans to yourself, as well as picking up your mail and papers daily. It can also entail home maintenance …

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In our recent blog series, we have been discussing practical and inexpensive means for securing your home. Home security can include some needed investments in equipment, locking mechanisms, etcetera, but they can also include simply changing perspective and daily practices. In our last blogs, we’ve talked about the need to think like a burglar so …

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