The COVID-19 lockdown has been hard on everyone, including our dogs. They may love spending all day with you but it has for sure put a lot of pressure on them as well. No long walks, no socializing with other animals and no playdates at the dog parks. Considering that this is what their normal life looks like, it has been a struggle for your pets indeed.
But dogs are a creature of habit. After more than 4 months of lockdown, they have become accustomed to the change in their routine. But now the restrictions are being lifted and the world is getting back to its normal pace. You’ll have to get back to work and your dog will be able to chase the birds again all the while COVID-19 still lingers in the streets. So brace yourselves for another change. Now, you have to be more careful than ever with your dogs, for the sake of their health as well as yours. So here are a few tips that will help you start the post lockdown journey with your pet carefully.
As all of you must have already figured out, more than 20% of the world’s total population has been confined to their homes due to the ongoing coronavirus. Or if you want a numeric figure one in five people all over the world is stuck at home, maintaining social distancing and shielding themselves from this potentially fatal virus.
Are you high and bored and stuck at your home? Are you thinking what could be fun in this time where we have almost nothing to do? Here are some of our tips to make your days and high better.
The coronavirus has sneaked into our lifestyles and disrupted our natural course. We can no longer meet our friends and have interesting conversations. Involving friends and relatives to deal with your boredom will be a risk for all of you.
Food is the essence of life. It’s a source of energy that helps everyone to survive. And with the ongoing COVID situation, the importance of food has grown exponentially. But, no matter what anyone thinks, I am sure the thought might have crossed your mind.
Can I catch coronavirus through food?
Should I avoid going to grocery stores?
Will a takeout make me susceptible to the COVID infection?
Whether you are a beginner or a pro, the role of gardening is not only to make your house look greener or appealing. Embracing the existence of plants alone can do wonders for your well-being, scientific studies suggest. Physical activity contributes to a healthy body, and the interaction with flora improves mental health. Undoubtedly, nature has a significant impact on health and wellness. Isn’t that we aspire for amid the fears of the growing pandemic? Again, it’s not surprising that the cortisol levels go down if you are in a green environment. So, roll up your sleeves this summer and enjoy the benefits to the fullest during the ongoing pandemic.