For many, a little puppy with a big red bow tops their list of gifts to find under the Christmas tree. But a lot more should go into the decision to add four new legs to the family than just the kids pleading pretty please.
Before I get started, though, I want to thank you for the stuffed mouse you brought me last year and I intended to write a thank you note all last year but I was so busy staring into space, licking my paws and napping.
The holidays are for spending time with friends, family and dogs! Not only are dogs just the cutest creatures ever, but they make the best holiday c...
One of the most telling discoveries from the study was that people with incomes below $50,000 were significantly more likely than their wealthier counterparts to re-home animals due to cost and housing issues. They were also more likely to re-home all pets in the household at once.
Keep your tree more than 48 inches away from any open flame (that includes candles and the menorah.) When decorating your perfectly chosen greenery, it's best to use plastic hooks instead of metal.
Holiday cheer is in full effect! Christmas lights are up, Hanukkah has begun... and the cat's are ready! These cuties are known for being mischievous, and that is no different when it comes to the holidays. While you decorate or begin preparing for the holidays, they want to help... or mess everything up!
When a soldier is deployed on duty, what happens to their pets? What if they don't have a family to care for them while they are gone? That's where Do...
Pet snakes. On the surface, the phrase seems oxymoronic, simply because most people don't associate the word 'snake' with the concept of 'pet.' Ge...
This holiday season, should you pass by a pug, fawn or black, big or small, left or right left lifted, include him in your reindeer games. He's not a misfit, and he's not a toy. He just wants to love you.
As one often does in looking for new local friends, Coco turned to Instagram to find other like minded paw friendly people.
A pet can be a very important part of many peoples' lives, often treated like a member of the family. Particularly for elderly people, who may otherwise spend much time alone, a pet, whether a dog, cat, fish, or reptile, is a companion, rather than a mere asset, for whom it is extremely important to make provision.
Are you or your kids busy writing Santa lengthy wish lists? Are you looking for a way to keep the entire family in the giving spirit? And, maybe, just maybe, keep them a little less focused on the receiving spirit? Well, this season make it: All 'bout The Reindeer. No trouble!
Holidays are all about spending quality time with the people you love so why not bring home a new member of the family by adopting a shelter dog?
The dog appears to be well fed and in no way unhealthy. However, Buddy is obviously lacking human contact, daily walks and most importantly love and attention. His owners ignore him each day and show zero concern for him or the neighbours. In their eyes, and with City approval, they're doing nothing wrong.
Not long ago we had Breakfast-For-Dinner-Night at our house. We like those nights. It's fun for all of us to eat breakfast food at night. It's also...