So the day is finally here. Two weeks ago, you were promised a cat on your birthday if you behaved well. So, congratulations for not doing anything that got you grounded!
With your heart pounding, you take that little bowl of fur in the palm of your hands, dreaming about all the adventures you are going to go on with it in the passenger seat with a hat on its head as you head for Mexico, becoming an internet sensation by teaching it crazy and genius tricks no other cat on the planet has ever accomplished, take your cat to the cat Olympics, or better dress it up for fashion shows for the showstopper in citers like Singapurr, Mew York, Purrlin and Mexico Kitty.
Not only is owning a dog a privilege; it is also a big responsibility. It exclusively depends on the owner for a place, food and shelter, kind of like the 27-year old Adam who won’t move out of his parent’s house.
But sadly, unlike Adam, the owner has to housetrain the dog to take its business outside when it’s poop time. No matter what anyone says, housetraining a dog doesn’t have to be a stressful job. Dogs are fast learners and you don’t need to spend any more time than needed to properly train them to excuse themselves for their bathroom breaks.
Are you struggling to figure out how to stop excessive dog barking? Our four-legged friends make the best company, but an unwarranted barking problem can get obnoxious quickly.
If one or more of your dogs bark excessively, try using some of these helpful tips and commands to teach your dog to be quiet.
The food market saturates itself with pesticide-laden products. PETA identifies most flea solutions as dangerous due to chemicals like Methoprene and pyriproxyfen. Despite this, many still debate the benefits of natural pet products vs. commercial products.
Whether you’re dealing with pet food industries or the drug administrations that create and approve pet medications, you need to know that natural pet products are better for your pet dogs and cats.
Marilyn Monroe must have gone through a lot before she admitted that dogs never bit her, but humans did.
As a matter of fact, this is true. Somewhere in the process of progress and growth in the materialistic realm, we are gradually losing out the fine, humane qualities that make us human beings. Sympathy, empathy, loyalty, innocence, commitment, compassion; this is all going extinct in humans, as we progress toward turning into our own emotionless, machine-like, robotic versions. The world is getting meaner than ever and, no wonder we all have some serious trust issues with our fellow human beings.
Yay, you are getting married! Have you already started on the wedding guest list? Who is invited and who isn’t? Tell us, tell us…
Okay, we may sound a little desperate but what we have in store for you this time around is something that has us all pumped up with excitement.
Ever thought about including your furry four-legged friend in your wedding festivities? Yes, they too can be a big part of your wedding if you allow them to be. Here are some heart-melting and adorable ways you can have them beside you when you say “I do”;