Category Archives: Pets
You may have heard this term before but weren’t sure what it meant. Pet therapy is a relatively new type of program that uses various types of animals to assist human beings with rehabilitation, mental disorders and comfort. Keep reading … Continue reading
Nothing is more exciting than bringing home a lovable four legged member of the family. Dogs bring so much joy and laughter to pet owners – plus they give unwavering love and loyalty. But when you add a new puppy … Continue reading
(NAPSI)—The holiday season, the New Year and really, any time can be a wonderful time to think about adding even more happiness to the family by adopting a pet. Not only will you save a life through adoption, you can … Continue reading
Pets are a great addition to your home. They offer many social benefits to kids. Whether you have one child or more than one, a pet can increase your quality of life. What is it about pets that make them … Continue reading
Housebreaking a dog is challenging any time of the year. And the cold weather adds an extra challenge. However, with a little information, advanced preparation and the right mindset you can housebreak your pet any time of the year … Continue reading
Animals are dear to my heart. I have dogs, but I’m concerned about the well-being of all animals. Here is a free 16-page mini-ezine loaded with up-to-date information on how to choose and care for your pets. Click on the … Continue reading
(Family Features) Just as important as housebreaking and good behaviors, socialization is a vital part of a puppy’s training regimen.
(Family Features) A startling reality is occurring in cities and towns throughout the United States: more than 9,000 dogs and cats are being killed in animal shelters, simply because they don’t have a safe place to call home.
(Family Features) When natural disasters strike, the stories of families displaced from their homes are often heart wrenching. While the media typically focus on people, there are other survivors of storms, wildfires and other forces of nature who also need … Continue reading
(StatePoint) It’s widely known that bad breath isn’t just unpleasant, but a sign of poor dental hygiene and potential dental problems. But what about our pets? Sometimes our dogs and cats have the smelliest breath of all and yet many … Continue reading