Otherwise, renovate existing wooden furniture by giving it a coat of Teak or Danish oil. Both are very similar mixtures of linseed oil and varnish which will help to preserve the wood. View photos Bali Reclaimed Teak Bench Set More 18. Create an outdoor room Modern other materials like poly-rattan and waterproof Sunbrella fabric mean that outdoor sofas and armchairs are better than ever, making it easy to design a cosy outdoor seating area. The rattan Arholma Corner Sofa from Ikea is great value at 510; Habitats Bowen 3-chair set can be combined to make a cosy sofa (895, habitat.co.uk ). Add colourful cushions and an outdoor rug to brighten things up (Fab Hab Lhasa Rug, 49.95, cuckooland.com ). View photos The Fhab Hab Lhasa outdoor rug More 19. Createsome shade For those hotly anticipated sunny days, the option of shade is essential. Construct a simple timber gazebo and string a sail up between the posts. Kookaburra garden sails come in squares and triangles, in bright primary colours as well as a range of prints from stripes to florals (from 8.99, primrose.co.uk ).
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While small pets are allowed to fly in the airplane cabin for a fee (as long as they fit in a carrier under the seat), most airlines require larger animals to be checked as baggage and transported in the cargo area. This experience has proved to be dangerous for pets because of unpredictable temperature changes, rough handling, dehydration, and stress on the animal. Additionally, short-snouted dogs like pugs and bulldogs can have difficulty breathing in this environment. So is it really worth it to put your pet and family through the potential trauma of flying in the cargo area of a plane? Most animal advocacy groups say no. If you cant travel by car, your pet will probably be healthier and happier if you leave them behind under the care of a pet sitter or boarding kennel, the Humane Society says. There could be a cheaper option First, most airlines require health certificates for your pet or service animal to travel. According to VetInfo.com , the certificate involves a veterinary consultation and vaccines, which can cost anywhere from $35 to $200, depending if your pets shots are up to date. There are also hefty fees associated with traveling with your animal. If you have a small pet weighing less than 20 pounds, most airlines will charge you a one-way price of $125 to $150 to bring them on the flight. If you have a bigger pet, many airlines will require your animal to travel in cargo.
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