Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Pets

Save Money By Making Your Own Dog Food

Save Money By Making Your Own Dog Food

Dog is man’s best friend. Therefore, shouldn’t you feed him like it? Sure, there are those fortified dried foods, but would any dog prefer that over a delicious, home-cooked meal? Definitely not. Sadly, a lot of people must hold back on buying these fancier dog foods because of their cost—after all, you can buy a huge bag of dried food and count on it to last for a while, or you can fill your pantry and your fridge with canned food that won’t last anywhere near as long. Over time, the cost of buying all that canned food adds up. …continue reading

A Guide For Sharing Food With Pets

A Guide For Sharing Food With Pets

When your dog is looking at you with this big, sad eyes, it can be so hard to say “no” and not share your food with him. In many instances, a quick bite of what you are eating is harmless, however, there are certain foods that are toxic to dogs and if your dog ingests these, serious health issues can result. It is important that you are aware of what these foods are so that you can keep them in a place where your dog cannot get to them. Make sure to keep a close eye when you are cooking …continue reading

Why Do You see So Many Homeless People With Dogs?

Why Do You see So Many Homeless People With Dogs?

People can be homeless for a wide variety of reasons, often through no fault of their own but as a result of circumstances beyond their control. There are all kinds of reasons why someone who is homeless may have a dog. the dog may be a longstanding pet and when its owner lost the roof over their head, so did the dog. Dogs provide company to someone, and when you are in the vulnerable position of sleeping on the streets the dog may also offer a degree of protection. There are lots of charities around that will provide veterinary services …continue reading

Can You Really Afford A Dog? The Truth

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The decision to bring a pet into the family household can be an exciting one. It’s often the case that it is not really a decision, but it just kind of happened. How many households have ended up with a cat or dog because of a stray they happened to pick up one day? The decision to bring a pet into the house is not one that should be taken lightly. Pets can be expensive and those who are struggling to begin with do not really need the extra burden of another mouth to feed. That being said, it’s not …continue reading

The Dangers of Stray Dogs, Must Read

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With more and more home owners losing their homes every day, it’s not surprising that along with the growing number of foreclosures there are a growing number of stray dogs left to roam the streets. People who cannot afford to pay their monthly mortgage or rent payment are not going to be able to afford the fee that a shelter will charge to take their dog because they can no longer care for it. Unfortunately for the dogs, many of them are left to roam the streets and fend for themselves. This can be a great detriment to society as …continue reading