DogGear Reviews How to Approach a Landlord About Getting a Dog

October 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - DogGear is pleased to announce their tips for success when approaching a landlord about getting a dog. The team's first tip is to demonstrate credibility and responsibility, stating that this helps the landlord develop trust and put them at ease. DogGear clarifies that this lets the landlord know that renters are capable of caring for a pet. DogGear also recommends having a good veterinarian, since it is crucial to be able to show that the dog is healthy and up-to-date on all of their vaccinations. Renters can ensure that a landlord gets the right idea about the pet by including photos of the dog and showcasing good behavior.

DogGear uses their product testing and dog owning experience to recommend the top products for dogs and their owners, as well as to provide tips around living with and training dogs. The product recommendations and advice are vetted by the DogGear team and often verified by veterinarians or pet experts. With these resources, the DogGear team works to help dog owners provide the best care for their dogs.

About DogGear:

DogGear was started by entrepreneurs with over four decades of international leadership, management and business experience. Military veterans and life-long dog lovers, the three founders have made it their mission to recommend high-quality gear to dog owners. DogGear’s founders have extensive educational background, with prestigious degrees from West Point, Ranger School, the Army’s Special Forces Qualification Course, and Harvard Business School, the founding team is well versed in what it takes to successfully run a company. In addition, their corporate experience includes work with Fortune 500 companies as well as several successful start-up companies. DogGear strives to help other dog lovers and dog owners better enjoy their lives. For more information, visit DogGear at their website.

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For more information about DogGear, contact the company here:

DogGear
(614) 215-9972
info@dog-gear.com
Dublin, Ohio 43017

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