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The ins and outs of Pet Moving Services

The ins and outs of Pet Moving Services

Article by William Redants

The hardest thing to figure out when preparing for pet moving services is getting things organized in a calm manner, as moving the family’s indoor pets are the worst animals to move. This is due to the simple fact they have lived indoors and have never ventured outside very often, other than maybe the back yard. But they really become stressed when they see their favorite scratching post being removed from the living room, or the couch pillow for snoozing is being placed in a packing box. Keep them calm if possible and remember some simple tips when preparing for pet moving services.

Provide proper identification and the required license tags for the relocation area in case the animal becomes lost. This is done in the form of microchip with the microchip ID on the certificates, with the date of the chip’s identification insert. A chip implant of ISO 11784 or 11785 readable MicroChip is usually required to be implanted by the family vet. If they do not have this particular type, Air Animal’s Overnight Express will deliver it to the vet, at the USD price of .00 per chip plus shipping and handling. Usually, a blood test is required for two weeks or so after the implant for purposes of a FAVN-OIE Rabies Antibody blood test.

Go to the family vet before leaving, at a minimum of six months before leaving by air or ship to another country. Get a copy of the animal’s medical history to bring along for the new vet or vet services, making sure all the information is current for one year for vaccinations, rabies, shots and routine worming. The process of the rabies shot should be on the same day of the chip implant, and signed by the vet in a color other than black. A health certificate signed by the vet along with getting a rabies vaccination certificate are two mandatory requirements when moving from one location to another. The health certificate says the animal is in good health, while the rabies certificate says when and where the rabies shot was given and if it is current. Many countries will also require a Pet Travel Certificate as a critical piece of information.

If the animals become nervous or their behavior begins to change, that is normal as they sense that something is amiss and they do not like it ONE BIT. Stress will set in as they sense you are becoming stressed so try to stay calm, while boarding or traveling them during quiet times. Most professional pet moving services do not allow sedatives for the animal, maintaining the animal’s safety and protection, instead preferring pre-flight or pre-moving conditioning of the animal. If they are a very excitable or hyper animal, talk to the vet about the best approach for moving them, especially if they have not ever traveled much. Placing them in a crate in an air-conditioned car with a light throw over it may help if traveling in state, while having a family member sit beside them and talking in a mild and gentle manner for the trip’s duration.

The average person will never need pet moving services until it is time to move with a pet, they work for pet moving services, or someone has mentioned it to them. So, in order to get some information about it, one gets on the Internet and types in the words “pet moving services” and finds there are 37,100,000 results for pet moving services. In those few thousand results, we find there are moving pet, pet moving services, pet transportation, air animal pet moving services, animal land pet relocation, professional pet transportation, pet transportation companies and movers, pet movers corporation relocation companies, cheap pet movers, pet moving with cats, pets moving with dogs, affordable pet moving companies, and so on. But remember, whether the animals are traveling by air across country or across the states, the welfare and safety of the animal is a priority. There are only two types of animals that are moved-an experienced traveler and a first time traveler.

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Intruder Security – The Ins And Outs

Intruder Security – The Ins And Outs

Article by Daniel Baker

You just finished your tax refund using one of those free internet sites, and in just a week or so you will receive a big fat refund deposited into your bank account. You spend the next week to ten days dreaming of all the ways you are going to use that money to help your family. Finally the day arrives you check your account and not only is the refund check you expected gone, but so is the rest of your money. If only you had thought about intruder security earlier, you would be spending that money right now.

Intruder security is not only an issue with your internet accounts, what about your home, or your business, the parts of your life that need be concerned with intruder security. We all need protection from the bad element that exists from every small town, to big city, to even at the national level.

There can be no other way to look at it, we all need security. But where and how can we find this peace of mind that almost seems like it should be a birth right. Depending on what kind of security you are looking for will determine where you find it.

If you need internet security, then looking online or your local computer store should provide you with the software you need to protect to provide intruder security. Purchasing one of those plans that protect your social security number is also a very prudent way to protect your internet connection, bank accounts, and credit accounts from intruders.

Next there is your home, where there is almost no price you can put on security, security companies will provide all the adequate security you normally need to protect your home and family. Let’s face it, is there any one thing in your life that needs intruder security more than your home?

Finally there is your business. Whether you run a local store, a fortune five hundred company or anything in between, having intruder security is a must in order to protect your lively hood. Again you do not want to be taken advantage of because you skimped on your intruder security, would you?

The answer to most of your security questions can be answered with a simple, “of course I need intruder security!” So stop procrastinating about intruder security and start taking the steps today to provide your family and business with peace of mind, you will not be sorry.

In today’s fast paced world these security measures become more and more necessary, as it has become easier and easier for people to take what is yours. There may never have been a more important time to make sure you have intruder security, to protect the things that are important to you.

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The In’s and Out’s of Pre-Owned Domain Names

The In’s and Out’s of Pre-Owned Domain Names

Article by Richard Lowe

I don’t know about you, but sometimes it seems like all of the best domain names have already been taken. On more than one occasion, I’ve come up with a great domain name for a site, only to find that someone else had already purchased it. I can live with that, but sometimes I’ve found that it has been purchased by some scum domain scavenger, and that’s really annoying.A domain scavenger is someone who purchases a whole bunch of domain names under the theory that people will want to purchase some of them during the year or two that they own them. These people are bottom feeders, as they hold many useful domains, demand huge prices, and do not provide any real value. It’s not uncommon to find that a domain name is not available, to check the WHOIS information and find it is owned by “this domain is for sale”. In fact, some of these scum have been known to purchase thousands of domain names made of up the first and last names from a phone book, in the hopes that at least some of the people will want their names as a dot com.Anyway, domains are only purchased for a specific time period, and they do come up for renewal regularly. Quite often they are not renewed, and at that time the domain names may be purchased by others. Even the so-called “good names” are occasionally not renewed.Sometimes domain names do not get renewed because the business that owned them is no longer operational. Sometimes the business still exists but has found it no longer wants or needs a domain name. Quite often the bottom feeders will allow their unpurchased domain names to expire because they don’t have the funds to purchase them again or they feel the domains are no longer marketable or profitable.Occasionally, the domain name holder has died or lost interest in their business or the internet. Once in a while a domain is allowed to expire because it has attracted some maliciousness and it cannot be maintained, and most often of all, the domain name holder simply does not realize that it needs to be renewed. In this last instance, the domain name is unintentionally expired and someone can purchase it before the owner realizes it.In any event, regardless of why a domain name expires, you can often find yourself in a position to purchase one that has been previously owned. Note that in addition to expired domains, you can also purchase domain names on the after-market (by making bids) or from the domain name resellers (the bottom feeders mentioned above). Some Advantages Of Using Pre-Owned NamesThe name was part of a link exchange – Webmasters work hard to get their sites involved in link exchanges. This means the domain names are listed on other sites, and this is useful for getting traffic. If you take over a domain name, you can inherit these incoming links and the resulting traffic.It was listed in Yaho, DMOZ and/or Looksmart – A small industry has sprung up recently, which consists simply of selling tools and reports to allow people to quickly find domain names which are listed in Yahoo, DMOZ, Looksmart or other directories yet have expired. By expiring, these domain names are up for grabs, and all of the resulting benefits for the original site transfer to the new site. For a well placed entries, this can literally mean hundreds of thousands of hits per month.There are hundreds of thousands of sites listed in Yahoo and millions in DMOZ. Anywhere from a few dozen to a few hundred expire each month. Eventually the expiration would be discovered and the entry removed. However, if someone purchases the domain name quickly enough, the entry will remain and you will gain that traffic.It has a good page rank in Google – Another thing that webmasters work very hard on is gaining page rank with Google, the number one search engine. A high page rank implies that the site appears nearer the top in search results pages. When you purchase a domain, you can inherit the resulting page rank and traffic. Note that you will need to duplicate the page or pages referred to by Google in order for this to work properly.The Downside Of Using Pre-Owned NamesYou inherit spam – If the previous owner received spam email, then when you take over the domain you may very well inherit it. Why is this? Well, when you own a domain name, you get the email sent to every single username on that domain. Of course, most email servers are smart enough to “bounce” email messages for users who do not exist, but that email still gets sent to the server. For a domain which received a lot of spam, it could mean a significant amount of bandwidth used just for junk messages to non-existent users.You can inherit robot activity – I got a domain once which someone had listed with a number of robots (programs which perform automatic functions). These robots were exceptionally active and caused a tremendous amount of traffic – so much so that I had to give up using the domain for a couple of months until the robots stopped visiting.You might inherit enemies – Sometimes people give up domain names for a reason. One of those reasons might be an enemy – someone (or a group) that is targeting the name for some malicious act. For example, the name might be the target of email bombs or denial-of-service attacks. In these instances, you could find yourself inheriting these issues.The domain could be banned – If a site gets involved in spamming search engines (attempting to fool them for higher placement on the results pages), it can be banned. By purchasing these old domain names, you might be similarly banned. This normally would not effect your existing domains, but it might reduce the value of the domain name that you purchased.Things to do before giving up a domain nameBe sure you really want to expire the domain – Once someone else purchases your domain name, you may find it impossible or very expensive to get it returned. You will lose access to the use of the name entirely. So be sure that you want to give it up before you actually allow it to expire.Be aware of expiration dates – Keep an eye on your domain name expiration dates as you may not get notified by the registrar before expiration. This can happen because email is not a perfect delivery system, because of a glitch in the registrar system or even because you didn’t check your mail or email for the renewal. Don’t accidentally lose your domain names.Change your email addresses – Once you lose access to a domain, you will lose access to any email that is going to that domain. Think of all of the private emails that you get, and imagine them going to strangers. Well, once someone else gets the domain he may receive those private emails.Change any links that you can – If you are allowing a domain to expire, be sure you salvage any links that you might want to keep. While you can do this after a domain name expires, it makes more sense to do it beforehand. For example, if you had owned three domains that all went to the same web site and you allowed two of them to expire, you might want to spend the time to change the links to the domain name that you keep.

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Richard Lowe Jr. is the webmaster of Internet Tips And Secretsat http://www.internet-tips.net – Visit our website any time toread over 1,000 complete FREE articles about how to improve yourinternet profits, enjoyment and knowledge.