Dogs

by Pamela Mills-Senn on Nov 1, 2014
“There are a lot of great things that come with having a puppy or dog in the family—but it is highly doubtful that the task of housebreaking would be among them. For first-timers, housetraining can be a daunting, almost overwhelming prospect. In some cases, if the job does not go well, it can affect not only the desire, but the ability to keep the puppy in the home, with sometimes dire consequences for the animal.But…”

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by Lindsey Wojcik on Nov 1, 2014
“Seeing a poster boasting the words “lost dog” or “lost cat” accompanied by a photo of the adorable animal plastered around a neighborhood can be heartbreaking for community members, but for that pet’s family, posting those signs is even more devastating. While most pet owners take many precautions to ensure…”
by Pamela Mills-Senn on Oct 1, 2014
“    Over the last decade, people have become far more passionate about what they feed their canine companions. This passion has fueled a growing demand for raw foods—which, while associated with many health benefits, have often been yoked with a reputation for being inconvenient or difficult to handle. However,…”
by Pamela Mills-Senn on Sep 1, 2014
“People have become obsessed with sleep and getting enough of it—and not without good reason. Research appears to link all manner of physical and psychological woes to not getting enough sleep. Little wonder then that among other sleep-inducing strategies, folks have dialed into the importance of a good mattress. It…”
by Jennifer Boncy on Sep 1, 2014
“Most dogs will not complain about skipping out on their scheduled bath, nor are they known to fret about how they smell or fuss over how they look. Nonetheless, many dog owners these days are more committed than ever to not only tending to their pets’ skin- and coat-care needs,…”