This week’s guest post is from Mary Nielsen. Mary is a passionate dog lover and she operates the website MySweetPuppy.net. As a family, everyone has decided being pet owners is a good idea. Now that the hard part is out of the way, you can focus on the even harder part, what pet is best for your family?
It’s the age old question, “Which is the better pet, a cat or a dog?” In the cats vs dogs debate, the truth of the matter is that they both make wonderful pets and they all deserve a loving home. So, the real question is, “What are YOU better suited for, a cat or a dog (or both
The number of cats and dogs in shelters continues to rise but each one of us can make a difference and help by providing a loving home and adopting a shelter pet. The overpopulation of animal shelters is truly one of those cases where it will take pet adoption from millions of families and individuals to reverse the trend. Fortunately, social
Spring is my favorite time of the year for many reasons but it is the influx of adorable new puppies and kittens into the hospital for wellness care that really brightens my days. If you are looking for a feline family member, this is kitten season and the shelters are overflowing with these tiny little balls of fur.