Give the gift of organization, dogs, and happiness all in one with cute dog calendars! The holidays are coming up, and it can be a pain trying to find great gifts that everyone is sure to enjoy. No need to stress out though; it's a universal fact that everyone loves dogs. No one is able to resist the cute-factor dogs wield, and because you need to toss your dated calendar anyway, why not give people something that they'll look forward to month after month?
Concern for animal welfare and well-being has been in existence since at least 10,000 years ago. Our appreciation and respect for animals has led to their domestication, welfare, and infiltration of wellness programs. Some popular programs that companies donate to are ASPCA, American Humane Society, and countless other animal rescue shelters and welfare organizations throughout the United States, ensuring the safety and well-being of all animals. Humans and animals share a mutual love and respect for one another, which is why we should all do our part and give back to the animal welfare community.
Let's be honest, these are some of the cutest dogs you have EVER seen. Currently in my household, I have two husky puppies (both four months old) and a year old husky and think the same thing... these are the cutest dogs ever. But then there are the times when they aren't the cutest dogs ever, as they get on your every nerve and try to push boundaries other dog breeds might not. Huskies can be intimidating, but I want to share a couple tips and tricks I have learned from having three so that others aren't intimidated and can enjoy huskies like I do.
Once you've gotten a pet as a first time owner, naming him is the fun part! There are so many names out there: names that make sense, like Charlie, and then there are names that are completely bizarre, like Caramel Mocha Frappe. However, we usually name our pets according to their appearance and personality. Or then we name our pets according to our interests, like Chewbacca from our beloved Star Wars. There's an endless list of all the names you can give to your adorable pet. But while the list is endless, people, for some reason, choose the most cliché of pet names you can possibly give.
As we move towards the holidays it is important to keep our pets ever present in our minds. I know this can be difficult considering you have a billion other things to think about. Presents, dinner, scheduling, decorating - the list really goes on and on. But don't forget about your pets when you think about your holiday plans.
The holidays are meant to be a happy and joyous time of year. No matter what you are celebrating, it is meant to be a time to be with family and friends, eat good food - usually too much food - and enjoy everyone's company.
You just brought home this little bundle of furry joy and you are obsessed with it. Whether a puppy, kitten, or a more senior new friend, this animal is now a major part of your life. So, there is absolutely nothing worse than finding out that a loved one is seriously affected by this pet. You don’t want to alienate a friend who enjoys spending time in your home, but you also don’t want to send away this pet that you have started to create a bond with. If this person with allergies is a member of your immediate family, this struggle can be even worse. Before you make any snap decisions, try out some of these steps to help make your loved ones more comfortable in your home. If you are willing to put a little extra effort in, you might just be able to make everyone happy, including your new furry friend.
So you want to own a pet, hey? Pets can be a great source of happiness, but what type of pet is right for you? From bunnies and kittens, to dogs and birds, we will dive right into the pet world and find you the perfect pal to hang out and snuggle with.
Having a dog can be one of the best decisions you make in your life. Dogs offer companionship, loyalty, and can even be party animals in their own right. However, before you actually get to reap the full rewards of having a dog, you need to train your dog.
Dogs come in an incredibly wide range of sizes. Bigger dogs, like the Great Dane or Tibetan Mastiff, can easily weigh over 180 pounds. Smaller dogs, such as Chihuahuas, might barely push 3 pounds when fully grown.
Searching for a new furry and feathery friend is a fun and exciting time. But it can be overwhelming to know which dog will get along best with your family. Especially if you have a child, you need a dog that is family friendly and will love to play and cuddle. These are the most popular dog breeds for families based on their temperament and energy level. You and your family will instantly fall in love with these great dog breeds. In no time, one of these dogs will become your new best friend.