Archive for January 30, 2015

Five Easy Ways to Stop Your Dog from Chewing on TV Remotes

Written by Family Fun. Posted in Digital tv remote control, Toshiba ct-90275 remote, Tv remote replacement

Replacement remotes for tv
There are few things that dogs love eating more than television remote controls, and many dog owners will go through several TV remote replacements trying to curb their dog’s appetite for small infrared devices.
Of course, most people would rather nip the problem in the bud instead of spending money on endless replacement television remote controls. Here’s how to stop your dog from chewing on television remote controls in a few simple steps.
  1. Hide Your Remote
    The simplest solution is to just keep your remote hidden. Put it in a high cabinet with a closed door or close the dog out of the TV room using a gate.

  2. Distract Your Dog
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Why Does My Dog Keep Chewing My TV Remote?

Written by Family Fun. Posted in Philips remote control, Replacement remotes for tv, Tv remote control replacements

Philips remote control replacement
Many dog owners go through several TV remote replacements while trying to get their dog to stop eating them. Replacement remotes don’t cost that much, but programming a remote over and over can get tedious, and obviously most pet owners would prefer to avoid that hassle altogether.
But before you can get your dog to stop viewing television remote controls as chewtoys, you need to get to the bottom of what makes them chew in the first place.
Most dogs are born with a natural tendency to chew. They may consider it an enjoyable way to pass their time. Dogs often think of activities as a path to a reward, and when they chew on something, they’re performing an activ

Three Important Reasons to Donate Clothes to Military Families and Veterans

Written by Family Fun. Posted in Charities for military families, Pick up clothing donations, Where can i donate clothes

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The excitement and chaos of the holiday season may seem like a distant memory as the first month of the new year comes to an end, however, the work for organizations that help military families and veterans has just begun and is far from over.
While the winter holiday season between Thanksgiving and New Year’s is the busiest time of year for veteran and military charities and the time in which they receive the most donations, it’s important to remember that military families and veterans need help all year round.
Like many Americans, you may be eager to donate or find a way to give back to the military and veteran community but due to hectic work and personal schedules, find it difficult to find the time to do s