Last week we launched a contest asking readers to share their stories about a special Pit Bull that has influenced their lives. Two winners would each receive one ”pawtographed” copy of Wallace by Jim Gorant. We got so many inspiring…Read More »
Does Spaying and Neutering Really Change My Pet’s Personality and Behavior? Debunking Personality and Behavior Misconceptions of Spay and Neuter Surgeries
Last week we kicked off National Spay and Neuter Month by debunking cost misconceptions of spay and neuter surgeries.…
Authored by New York Times bestseller Jim Gorant, Wallace is an inspiring story of a dog with all the odds stacked against him.
Relinquished to an animal shelter at a young age, Wallace was one of the highest energy dogs…
February is National Spay and Neuter Month. In honor of celebrating all things great about spay and neuter, we will debunk some of the most common myths regarding fixing your pet. First up, does spay and neuter really cost too…Read More »
February 01, 2013 at 9:00:47 am | Posted by Chris in Dog Adoption, Just for Fun, Pet Adoptionno comments Tweet
The hype. The excitement. A national audience watching the game! That’s right, we’re only two days away from Puppy Bowl IX! (What? Is there another game being played on Sunday?) Nothing can happen these days without being analyzed, over-analyzed, rehashed,…Read More »
This guest blog was written by one of our volunteers, Jesse M.
Dogs have been lending a helping paw to man for centuries; however, there was not a demand for “seeing eye dogs” until after World War I. During the…
Cats are, by nature, territorial creatures. They thrive on having an everyday routine they can count on.
Sometimes seemingly insignificant things can disrupt the balance in the home and your sweet cats can turn on each other. Guests coming and…
In the late 1980’s, the American Kennel Club set out to create a program that could standardize the concept of what makes a “good dog.” They researched the most commonly desired behaviors for dogs and in 1989, launched the Canine…Read More »
Another year; another list of resolutions. You may be eating better, hitting the gym more or doing any number of activities to make a better you in 2013. But what about your dog? January is National Walk-Your-Dog Month, so in…Read More »
If you just so happened to be a black dog, a pit bull mix, an adult cat or any other ‘less-likely to be adopted pet,’ you probably got a little extra viewing time this holiday season thanks in part to…Read More »