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Rosanna Teale3 hours ago
The View from the Dog House Pt 11
I have commandeered this post, which means my brother Scamp, known to me sometimes as the Squirt, will probably follow suit with the next one. Where Pickle leads Scamp invariably follows. I like to th...
Dressage, Cross Country and Jumping, Oh My!
There once was a girl named Sydney Whose sister was the size of a pygmy. But Sydney was tall And liked to jump over walls. But only while riding a horse, Of course. -----------------------------------...
Jessie White4 days ago
Backyard Chickens (Pt. 3)
The chicks arrival and the time since they got here has been a bit hectic. My daughter went from excited protector to a distracted child. It happens. Then she shifted again to mother hen and now back ...
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Rosanna Teale4 days ago
The View from the Dog House Pt 10
Another agent rejected her novel this morning, which is obviously disappointing. However, it was a very encouraging message telling her not to give up as it is, after all, a very subjective industry. ...
Davie Winters5 days ago
Beware of Dogs
Whether they are playful pets or fierce warriors, dogs have never left man's side. Since the beginning of civilization, dogs have always been trustworthy and loyal companions of mankind. With their ki...
Jessie White6 days ago
Backyard Chickens (Pt. 2)
So, we've got chickens coming. (Well, now they're here, but I'm writing this a bit late.) The biggest job when you're waiting on your chicks is to prepare for them. There are a number of things to be ...
Sammi Curran6 days ago
Learning to Race in the Rain
I didn’t know if I was ready to review The Art of Racing in the Rain. I read the book a few years back, and it became one of my favorites. Truly, Garth Stein’s novel of the same name is one of the bes...
Teresa Marangon24 days ago
What to Expect When Adopting a Senior Dog
When adopting a dog, many people tend to contact the local breeder and/or the local pet store to check on the available puppies. Others might go to the local animal shelter and wander around the kenne...
Emily Notting-Hill4 months ago
Endurance Riding–Allaskar’s Scout
My name is Emily, and I am an endurance rider. I have been hooked on this sport since my first ride when I was 11 years old (almost 18 years ago). And I’ve been involved in the sport for far longer. M...
TerraGold Plus4 months ago
Ways to Keep Your Pet Happy and Healthy
Anyone who has ever owned a pet will say the same, but a pet is more than those three letters; they’re another living being, they’re a furry friend, and they are unquestionably a part of the family. L...
Celestin Turbide4 months ago
Ivakkak 2019: Northern Sled-Dog Race Across Nunavik
The event happened on March 10, 2019. It was on a very cold Sunday morning that the racers of the Ivakkak race were scheduled to arrive at the finish line in the village of Inukjuak where I am now liv...
Morgan E. Westling7 months ago
Keep Your Pet Fit and Fed with the Wagz Smart Dog Feeder
The reason most pet owners are anxious to leave their house for any reason is because they are worried about their furry friend at home. Sure, a couple hours over the weekend and there's no doubt they...
The Pet Whisperers
Being a pet parent is hard. We make it easy. Become a pet whisperer with these tips and tricks.
Beasts of the Wild
Lions and tigers and bears - oh my! Exploring majestic beasts in their natural habitats.
Animals of the Internet
The viral pets that make us squeal, aww, and cry. Making your newsfeed cuter each and every day.
Tiffani Metzger16 days ago
Mimo
Have you ever had trouble trying to find your cat? If so, you're not alone. I have trouble finding my cat all the time. Mimo is great at hiding. I got Mimo when she was about a month old and I was sta...
Autumn Brown22 days ago
Kittening Gone Awry
If you love animals, and more specifically cats, then the prospect of kittens is an exciting thing. Well that was how it was with my little orange and white fur ball, Mary. She was always a playful li...
Janie McKnighta month ago
What the Cats of My Adult Life Have Taught Me
The cats of my adult life have been varied in breed, personality, and longevity. Here’s the rundown of each one and something that they taught me.
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Rosanna Teale3 hours ago
The View from the Dog House Pt 11
I have commandeered this post, which means my brother Scamp, known to me sometimes as the Squirt, will probably follow suit with the next one. Where Pickle leads Scamp invariably follows. I like to th...
Davie Winters5 days ago
Beware of Dogs
Whether they are playful pets or fierce warriors, dogs have never left man's side. Since the beginning of civilization, dogs have always been trustworthy and loyal companions of mankind. With their ki...
Sammi Curran6 days ago
Learning to Race in the Rain
I didn’t know if I was ready to review The Art of Racing in the Rain. I read the book a few years back, and it became one of my favorites. Truly, Garth Stein’s novel of the same name is one of the bes...
Losing a Pet for the First Time
We got our first dog, Daisy, in December 2007. I was eight years old at the time. She was a West Highland Terrier, a little bundle of joy, a light for our whole family. Everyone loved her. As a puppy,...
Ann King15 days ago
Elderly Pets: Making the Tough Decisions
Animal lovers and pet owners for the most part go into these relationships knowing full well that one day you may be required to make a very tough decision when it comes to your pets. For a lot of pet...
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Todd Worrell16 days ago
Family Goodbyes
There are many things that make being a veterinarian a unique experience. One of the more profound for me is this: that on occasion I have the opportunity to care for a pet from its earliest weeks of ...
Britney Clayton17 days ago
The Hidden Responsibilities of Owning a Pet
Owning a pet comes with a lot of responsibility. There’s a lot of things you don’t think about when you’re considering becoming a dog or cat parent. Committing to owning a pet is committing to a whole...
Shawna Kinleya month ago
Rescued
It was a rainy, cold afternoon, the wind was blowing, and it was definitely not a day that I wanted to go grocery shopping. It was one of those days that I could have stayed in bed all day, like many ...
Teresa Marangona month ago
Why I Choose Adoption Over Purchasing
Hello readers, My name is Teresa and I am the proud pawrent of three beautiful fur babies/rescues: Pops, Lily, and Cooper. And to be honest, I am truly blessed to have them in my family. Lily is appro...
Jade Pulman4 months ago
The Best Dog Breeds for Your Family
Finding the right dog for your family can be a fun and exciting thing to do. It is important to research the different types of dog breeds that will be best for your family. There are many resources o...
Betty Glauder5 months ago
Understanding Genetics for Dog Breeders
Here I shall give only a brief outline of the history of research in genetics. To begin with, the dog goes far back into antiquity. Just where or when he first originated it would be impossible to say...
Cato Conroy7 months ago
17 Extinct Dog Breeds You Never Knew Existed
I'll admit it. I'm a history buff, and part of my love of history includes a desire to learn about all the little differences that people took for granted back in the day. Small things, like learning ...
Margaret Minnicks2 months ago
7 Annoying Summer Insects
Summer is a fun time of the year, but there are some things that are annoying. Some common insects are more worrisome during the summer months than during the winter months. Here are some of the insec...
Paisley Hansen2 months ago
Benefits of Animals
Animals can be so many things for us.
Jus L'amore2 months ago
11 Most Hilarious Animal Fails
When it comes to life, things can get serious and stressful. That is why I find it imperative to laugh as much as possible on a daily basis! Despite finding myself hilarious, as well as my two childre...
Jade Pulman4 months ago
Can You Train Your Cat?
Maybe your neighbor’s dog has wowed you with incredible tricks, and you’ve found yourself wondering whether Whiskers could do something similar. Maybe your cat has a few bad habits that you’d love to ...
Paisley Hansen5 months ago
What to Know When Getting Your First Family Pet
Adopting a family pet is a large responsibility, especially if your kids are younger and inexperienced in taking care of animals. Though getting a pet, whether it’s something small like a fish or some...
Marie Nieves6 months ago
A Brief History of Dog Training
When you consider that the old proverb claims that dogs are man’s best friend, we humans have managed to build an impressive case of abuse against our faithful canine companions. Of all the aspects of...
Ian McKenzie15 days ago
Delicious Honey
A treat that has been enjoyed for tens of thousands of years by Australian Aboriginals, involved finding a nest of native bees in a hollowed out tree branch, and tasting their delicious honey. But, the Aboriginals never got stung robbing the hive. These bees don’t sting. Almost all honey available commercially in Australia and worldwide comes from hives in apiaries of what we commonly call the honey bee. The most common species has the technical name of Apis Mellifera. There are other species ke...
Lisa Gwyna month ago
The 5 Steps to Caring for an Exotic Animal
I've always loved reptiles—well, I've always loved exotic animals in general. As someone who has spent large amounts of time, energy, research, and money into caring for these creatures, I have come u...
momo reynoldsa month ago
Rats Are the Most Underrated Pet Ever
Let's face it rats have a bad rep. They are seen as pests and vectors of disease, and haven't really been able to recover their rep since... well... the black plague, I suppose. BUT domestic rats are ...
Jessie White4 days ago
Backyard Chickens (Pt. 3)
The chicks arrival and the time since they got here has been a bit hectic. My daughter went from excited protector to a distracted child. It happens. Then she shifted again to mother hen and now back ...
Jessie White6 days ago
Backyard Chickens (Pt. 2)
So, we've got chickens coming. (Well, now they're here, but I'm writing this a bit late.) The biggest job when you're waiting on your chicks is to prepare for them. There are a number of things to be ...
Jessie White13 days ago
Backyard Chickens
It was a late afternoon on a steamy May day. First things first, I don't handle the heat well and early summer was firmly rooted in place. My daughter and I were stuck in traffic. The endless road wor...
Mia Morales10 days ago
Keeping Your Pet Healthy and Secure
Anyone who has a fur baby knows how important it is to keep our little pets healthy and secure. When we are gone for the day, it may weigh on us the risk our pets are exposed to us. At any time, they ...
Paisley Hansen11 days ago
Leaving Pets Home Alone with Confidence
Pet Safety: A Top Priority for Many Many pet owners tend to worry about them when have to leave them home alone. Pets are a part of the family and it is not unnatural to be concerned about them when t...
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Cindy Aldridge16 days ago
How to Stage Your Home So Buyers Can't Tell You Have a Pet
But for others, it’s a complete deal-breaker. Some people are scared of pets, some have allergies, and others simply don’t like the smell. So, if you want the best chance of selling your home, you nee...
Jenna Deedy11 days ago
Toddler Company Targets Parents with Anti-Zoo Propaganda
Munchkin is a company that is known for making products made for everyday use for toddlers that was first established in 1991 after it’s founder Steven B. Dunn was surprised by the lack of “creative” ...
Eli Sooker24 days ago
Review of 5 Common Types of Traps: Predator-Free New Zealand
Introduction Predator-Free 2050 is an initiative to help restore New Zealand's native biodiversity by eliminating three types of introduced predators: rats, stoats, and possums. These pests are considered the most damaging of all introduced predators. As much of New Zealand's wildlife has evolved to avoid native predators such as eagles, our species tend to be ground-dwelling, but this makes them vulnerable to introduced predators. See the video above to learn more. If you're keen to join the ma...
Emily Christysona month ago
Flipping the Script on Sharks
Shark Week is upon us, which inevitably brings out the shark fan in even your least-expecting friends. Even those that could not care less about marine life indulge in some aspect of Shark Week, be it...
Nancy D2 months ago
BarkBox: Is It Worth the Money?
This article is based off of my personal experience with my BarkBox subscription, and at the end if the day, it's still up to you to decide if you think BarkBox is worth it. However, I am more than ha...
Britney Clayton3 months ago
New Pet Trends You Need ASAP
Our pets bring us so much joy and happiness, it’s only natural that we return the favor by buying them a few of their favorite things. But what exactly are their favorite things? It can be hard to dec...
April Demarco4 months ago
10 Subscription Boxes for Pets
Without a question of a doubt, our culture is one that loves pet. For those of us who have pets, treating them like one of the family is only natural. What we inevitably want to do is spoil them rotte...