Ease the Lockdown Blues with Ibiyaya

Hey there, how are you holding up? During the COVID-19 lockdown, your cuddly friends may also miss their furry friends in the neighborhood. Animals are curious beings. Just like you, staying indoors 24/7 may cause them anxiety and restlessness. Given this, a quick stroll outdoors may be called for once in a while.

However, pets tend to go to other pets when they see each other on the street. During a lockdown, that may not be a smart move. While there is still no evidence that pets can spread the coronavirus to people to date, it’s always better to go on the safe side.

At a special time like this, you can get a little help from pet strollers.  You no longer need to worry about getting too close to other people and pets. Here are some activities you can enjoy outside with your fur baby in a stroller granted that you are not on strict lockdown:

  • Explore the outdoors with your senior or sick The Hercules Heavy-duty stroller and Gentle Giant Pet Wagon are perfect for big dogs who no longer have the same physique or energy to run around like they used to. Every paw deserves a breath of fresh air.

Top-of-the-line heavy-duty strollers can help families with aging or injured pets continue on with their daily lives. (In photo: Ibiyaya’s Hercules Heavy-duty Pet Stroller)
With products specifically designed for bigger pets, transportation is no longer too much to handle. (In photo: Ibiyaya’s Gentle Giant Pet Wagon)
  • Jog with your fur-iend. The Turbo Pet Jogger has air-filled tires, making it the perfect choice for outdoor exercises over terrains of all kinds. Physical fitness is another way to fight the crisis after all.

Pet strollers can help temper you and your fur baby’s cabin fever (In photo: Ibiyaya’s Turbo Pet Jogger in Berry Black)
  • Enjoy a bike ride with your pet. The Happy Bicycle Pet Trailer/Stroller allows fur parents to hook the pet pram onto their bicycle for all pets who are craving the zoomies. Share the adrenaline rush!

Gone are the days of choosing between enjoying a bike ride or jogging with your fur friend. (In photo: Ibiyaya’s Happy Bicycle Pet Trailer/Stroller in Red)
  • Take multiple pets out at once. With the Double Decker Pet Bus or the Elegant Retro I, you no longer have to choose which fur baby will get to see the great outdoors. Why let just one tag along when you can bring them all, right?

Go next-level paw parent by bringing all of your fur friends along. (In photo: Ibiyaya’s Double-decker Pet Bus in Red Violet)
Heavy-duty doesn’t always mean ginormous and ugly; sometimes, it means looking perfect and adorable in a stylish stroller. (In photo: Ibiyaya’s Elegant Retro I in Apple Green)
  • Take your furry friend along with you, even in public transportation. The 5-in-1 EVA Pet Carrier/Stroller offers versatility and comfort in whichever way you choose to travel, offering five awesome ways to carry your adorable best friend. Just be sure to practice social distancing, okay?

Multi-function pet items ensure that you get convenience and a bang for your buck. (In photo: Ibiyaya’s 5-in-1 EVA Pet Carrier/Stroller)

Ibiyaya is all about letting you enjoy precious time with your pets during the lockdown but it also values your safety. With Ibiyaya, the lockdown can be made even just a tiny bit more enjoyable.

Four Tips for Traveling with Your Cat

Sometimes, it seems like dogs have all the fun. After all, you never seeing anybody in the park playing Frisbee with his cat, and nobody talks about hanging out at the cat park.

Why can cants have fun in the park as well?
Why can’t cants have fun in the park as well?

But, if you’re a cat lover, you know the joy that comes just from having your feline baby there with you. And you can travel with a cat just as easily as you can travel with a dog! You just need to be prepared–here are the steps I follow whenever I travel with my cat:

• Invest in a good pet carrier

IBIYAYA transparent allows you watch your cat and they also feel secure when seeing outside.     IBIYAYA transparent allows you watch your cat and they also feel secure when seeing outside.

Cats are wanderers (and sometimes escape artists), so a good carrier is essential for keeping your pet safe. Keep your cat’s personality in mind when you’re shopping. My cat, for instance, likes her privacy, so her favorite carrier is this one by IBIYAYA. If your cat is more of a people watcher, she may prefer their transparent hard case carrier.

• Consider some sort of calming agent

下載   Cat calm in the carrier

If your cat goes crazy on long road trips, consider getting her a little bit of help. Feliway is a cat-specific pheromone that many cats find soothing. While you don’t want to spray it on your cat, you can use it on your cat’s carrier and bedding. It’s also available as a room diffuse. You can find it online, at pet stores and from some vets (it’s a good idea to check with your vet before you use it, anyway). If your cat is really stressed by travel, you might want to ask your vet about a prescription medication.

• Bribe her with catnip

cats love catnip
cats love catnip

Each cat reacts differently to catnip, so it would be a good idea to test this one ahead of time. But if your cat is one of the many for whom catnip has a mellowing effect, it can be a great distraction on a long road trip. It’s especially effective if you save it for special occasions!

• Make safety a priority

safey is 1st priority cat safety

While anyone who’s been stuck in a car with a squalling cat can tell you how critical it is to keep your cat happy while traveling, never underestimate the importance of safety. First, make sure your cat can be easily identified. Collars with tags work well, but microchips are better. Be sure to keep the information on the chip up-to-date, and locate an emergency vet in every city on your route. If an accident or unexpected illness strikes, you want to be able to get help as quickly as possible.

Don’t let the canines have all the fun–traveling with your cat can be just as great. And, if you’re like me, it’s a lot less nerve-wracking than leaving your baby in the care of strangers!

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The Funny Sweet Things Must Share with You

Photo via Google Image
Photo via Google Image

Yes, the social media I am talking about

As a lifelong dog lover, one of my favorite things to do is read social media posts about dog shaming. You know the ones I mean – adorable photos of sheepish-looking pets with handwritten signs proclaiming their crimes. The fact that their human parents have a good sense of humor about these naughty adventures makes me feel okay about laughing until I cry. And do I ever!

Photo via Google Image
Photo via Google Image

I’ll share just a few of my favorites, courtesy of http://www.dogshaming.com:

Photo via dogshaming.com
Photo via dogshaming.com

  • “I eat anything plastic, barf it up, then eat it again. Please recycle.”
  • “My name is Sadie. I jumped the kennel and ate a month’s worth of horse supplements. Hopefully I won’t die.”
  • “I ate the pooper scooper.”
  • “My name is Fudge. I ate the pretty decorative Easter eggs my mom made with her kids when they were little.”
  • “I ate a full-sized bath towel that cost $747 to have removed.”
  • “Dear mom, I know you like designer shoes, so I made you some ‘Jimmie Chews.’ You’re welcome.”
  • “I ate grease from the grill, and it dripped on my head and left a stain 24 hours after my $50 grooming.”
  • “I ate my mom’s stethoscope.”
  • “I chewed my Uncle Aaron’s manicure set. You should be happy I didn’t cut myself.”

As funny as these are from the outside, they’re not quite so entertaining when they happen to you. My fur baby’s mission in life seems to be to prove that there isn’t anything she can’t destroy. (So far, she’s right.) What all of these naughty pooches have in common, though, is that they get into mischief when they’re left home alone. Think about it – dogs don’t do these things when you’re watching. They wait until you go somewhere without them, right?

So, next time, why not just take your dog with you? It makes for some good bonding time, it’s great socialization for your pet, and it will keep your house from being destroyed. And there are lots of products out there that make it more convenient than ever before.

If you have a tiny dog, try this dog carrier that looks just like a super-stylish purse. You can take your baby anywhere you go, and no one will be the wiser. Need a little more room? Try one of these dog totes. Both of these items are perfect for a quick trip to the grocery store or even lunch with the girls! Or, if you’d rather not do any heavy lifting, try one of these cute dog strollers.

Mini Pet Buggy   Black Tote Leisure Puppy Purse

Your dog just wants to be with you. Is that really too much to ask? Sure, sometimes it’s inconvenient, but products like these make it pretty easy. And it’s a lot better than sitting at home posting dog-shaming pictures of your destroyed possessions…right?

Let's go out

Let’s pick up the leash and move from couch, get some fresh air with your sweetheart pooch.

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