Admit it. You may have thought about adopting a Senior dog but changed your mind.
Adopting a senior furry companion may be the best choice for you.
Keep in mind that your furry friend will be past the puppy stage and won’t need training because he or she will already be trained.
A senior dog is laid back and just wants to chill out with you.
Don’t believe us?
Here’s a collection of posts from the internet about why adopting a senior dog can be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made.read more
Learn what to do with your pets while you go on vacation.
Admit it. You may not want to leave your pets while you go on vacation, but it may be better for them for many reasons, from safety concerns (they may get lost) to caring for them…read more
As a pet owner, you want to do everything you can to keep your pets safe. During the holidays, like the Fourth of July, some cats and dogs may become anxious and nervous. Make sure your pets have a safe place in your home where they can go and hide out until the fireworks stop. Read on to learn about pet safety tips; then share your thoughts in the comments below.read more