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Dog Park Etiquette

Even canines need to mind their manners. A day at the dog park can tire out your dog in a way just walking with them could never do and also provides your dog with much-needed peer socialization. Going to the dog park should be a positive experience, it can be quite...

Are Guinea Pigs Really Ideal Classroom Pets?

Guinea pigs are one of best first pets for families that have young children. However as many homes and leases prevent pet ownership, often a child’s first exposure to the responsibilities of a pet come from in the classroom.  Guinea pigs make excellent classroom...

The Best Dogs for an Introvert

Canine companions come is so many types and with so many different personalities that are breed associated.  An introvert is a homebody and likes to have a quiet time with tea and books and likes a laid-back chill life. Some dog breeds prefer a quiet night into an...

Ways Our Pets Make Us Healthier

Adopt a Pet, Save a Life There is truth to the slogan “Adopt a pet, save a life”. Whenever you adopt a pet from a shelter or rescue a pet, you save a life. 16,000 unwanted pets are killed every day in U.S. shelters. Providing a forever home for a dog or cat is a...

Feeding Your Dog Properly

In 2007, over one hundred dog food brands were recalled due to a tainted ingredient which was imported from China, making some dogs sick and killing others. We hear about dog food recalls on the news and salmonella has even become a concern for various dog food...