Most recently published stories in Petlife.
EmPAWyee of the Month
It began with a small sound. No louder than a whisper but we knew there was something there. We approached the window and there on the ledge he was. Sitting back at us, staring, until we moved further forward and at that moment in time, he ran away. That was it we thought but then he returned to the window each and every night that week.
Consider these points before having a golden retriever
According to the data by AKC staff, it is found that golden retrievers are the third most popular dog breed from the year 2014 to 2018.
Rockey and Kozmo
Rockey and Kozmo This is a story of two very different beings, from the same world but different. One old and one young. Both were looking for something, neither knew it would be the other.
I Am Good Dog, I Deserve All Treats and Accolades
Hello, I am Willow, a very good dog. Best dog, really. Other dogs, not so much. I’ve sniffed them and I know. I am better dog than rest. I deserve to be EmPAWyee of month. Here is why:
What Is Wrong With My Dog?!
The absolute worst part of being a vet tech is when one of your own pets gets sick. First, all learning and knowledge completely flies out the window and you panic and worry just like any other client.
The Day Bruce Dies
I knew Bruce is dying today before I woke up. Days and hours of worry and hurt, collapse to a moment of peace - I am sure, today is the day he dies.
A Journey of Intention Discovered through Horses - Part 4
We had heavy rain overnight (Monday) – over 1.5” – so my arena is a muddy mess today, and probably tomorrow. Really strong wind and rain Thursday & Thursday night.
A Journey of Intention Discovered through Horses - Part 4 - (supplement)
My daily schedule for August 15 – September 15, 2021 This is a supplement to A Journey of Intention Discovered through Horses
A Very Special Pavement-Special
I recently came across New York Magazine’s July cover story about how competitively difficult it was to adopt a dog during the pandemic. Although I’m sure it’s true that rescue dogs became an economic luxury during the height of lockdown - adopting a dog didn’t feel any easier ten years ago - at least not for me.
“You have to take in that cat, it’s homeless,” John says, propped like usual on my cement steps, one hand curled around a cigarette, the other pointing to a gray puff of fat smoke that darts around my housemate’s parked car.
our family will be grateful to you forever
In my country, the attitude towards pets is totally different. I would call her wild. More precisely in the Republic of Moldova (a small country between Romania and Ukraine). Dogs and cats do not stay in the house, they are not allowed to play on the bed and no one buys them nice clothes.
7 Ways to Help Your Dog Live A Longer, Healthier life
Dogs are awesome. They give us everything they have — love, time, help, kisses and hugs, and if really needed, their life too. But, what’s the best gift we give them in return? Is it only a half-an-hour a day, some food and walk? It shouldn’t be so, should it?