Oh our pets – no one is more excited when we come home or sadder when we leave. Try as they might to fit into our duffel bags or block the door, sometimes the call of paradise is too strong and we simply can’t give in to those heart-wrenching puppy-dog eyes. Though it will always be hard leaving our pets, there are some ways to help alleviate those guilt-ridden images of your pet anxiously waiting at the door, ears-perked, listening for any and every sign of your return. Here are a few things you can do to give both your pet, and yourself, some peace of mind and comfort when you have to say that difficult good-bye.
If dogs could talk, how often do you think you would hear the classic “I didn’t do it?” Though they may be able to put on a good show while you’re home, it would seem this is only because they let out all of their pent-up, mischievous energy as soon as you leave #amiright. Take Abbey for example – unaware of (or rebelliously ignoring!) the newly set-up Blink system, watch how quickly she turns from being a well-behaved, window-sitting puppy to a no-rules, paws-on-the-counter lunch thief as soon as she thinks no one is watching. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMdihUKJAFk[/embed] And because she obviously couldn’t leave any evidence… [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAkp0CTdDpY&feature=youtu.be[/embed] She may have left nothing but slobber, but her swift action was still no match against Blink – I wouldn’t count on those puppy-dog eyes working this time, Abbey! #WhenIBlinkISee -------- Do you have a funny, adorable, or interesting Blink video to share? We would love to see it! Post it on Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube with the hashtag #WhenIBlinkISee, or email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow our blog to see if your video gets featured!