Adopting a dog is an incredibly rewarding experience--adopting one temporarily, falling in love, then letting them go forever is a whole lot harder. ...
After much thought (at least 10 minutes or so), I came up with the following activities that you are welcome to emulate.
Chances are you're planning to tune in to the game of all games this Sunday. But watching the action on the field is only half the fun; the other half is the food. Wings, nachos, chips and dips may feed a fan's frenzy - but they can pose a real threat to our pets.
In recent years we have seen a proliferation of healthy eating alternatives. From organic farming products, to the farm to table movement, or to the...
I'm receiving emails from a number of people that can best be capsuled as, "What's the best life for an old dog?" I began thinking of this question focusing on the many senior dogs with whom I've had the pleasure of sharing my life.
The only way to find life again after any kind of death is to allow it to flow through you -- to both receive it and give it.
While they'd like to think they sound scary, they really sound adorable and well, funny!
We have seen our share of interesting animals. Whether it's a painting donkey, cat that sings or an owl that dances, we thought we've seen it all. That was until we met Fuzzberta.
Pet cats, dogs, birds and fish may be the smallest members of our households, but they claim a big place in our hearts. Our furry, feathered and scaly friends provide unconditional companionship, regardless of our current employment status, physical ability or age.
Dear Human of Mind: As the dog of the house, I want to take this opportunity to point out the five behaviors of yours that scare me. I hope you take no offense (and please keep the food comin').
Our furry canine friends are loaded with affection and ultimately make fun, compassionate pets because they have no reason not to. If you treat them with love and care, the lessons and love and (ultimately) health benefits you will receive back from them will be unmatched.
A friend and I took him for one last walk down to the beach he loved. For an hour, he ran free, met a few other dogs, rolled around in the snow (and on a dead fish), and then let us know he'd had enough. Just before 4 p.m., my husband and I put him in the car for one last ride.
By Nancy Chuda founder of LuxEcoLiving and Healthy Child Healthy World Healthy Child Healthy World provides parents with information that can pre...
By Nancy Chuda founder of LuxEcoLiving and co-founder of Healthy Child Healthy World In 1992, we lost our only child to a rare non-hereditary cancer...
If you're a pet-owner like me, the thought of leaving your beloved friend at home while you're far away in a distant land is hard enough. I'm hoping that I'll be able to bring my dog, Saki, with me on some of my trips.
Seventy years before there was Grumpy Cat, there was Walter Chandoha.