Pets

Dealing with Sorrow: Top Ways to Heal after Losing a Pet

The sudden loss of a cherished family pet, for whatever reason, is a painful event that is comparable to the grief experienced following the passing of loved ones. In some cases, this traumatic event may even trigger depression and other mental health issues among children. The emptiness that our companions left is felt even more intensely

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Three Reasons to Adopt a Rescue Dog from the Local Pound

The new generation of young adults is turning to pet ownership as one of their life goals, particularly in replacement of or to delay parenthood. This shift in foregoing traditional life milestones, like buying a house or starting a family, altogether is becoming more and more prevalent in recent years. This is because it’s so

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Teaching Your Children Responsibility With Pet Care

It might seem like a challenge to have both pets and children in the same household. After all, pets can already be a handful. Children can also be an added responsibility. But each of them can balance out each other. Pets need companionship and love, which is something that children can give without reservation. Besides

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Are You Ready to Own a Cat? Here’s How To Find Out

Probably after seeing countless videos and pictures of cute kittens purring and doing their snobbish thing, you’ve been convinced to get one. Cats are marvelous creatures. They have personalities, and they do not please their owners. They can be quite moody but in a very cute kind of way. And when they decide to be

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Animal Welfare: Taking Care of Farm Animals

Could you call it a farm without animals? Most farmers raise animals for a variety of reasons. Some want to have some company when they’re out in the field while some animals, while others need these animals to assist with daily tasks, such as ploughing the field or herding sheep in the right direction. Of

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A Mom’s Guide for Finding Peace and Embracing Joy in 2020

It’s been a tough year. With COVID-19, a social and cultural upheaval, and a global recession wreaking havoc, it has indeed been a tumultuous 2020. I know it’s hard to maintain a semblance of sanity. Even before all these problems, almost half of adults in the United States experienced mental health issues. I can imagine

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This Pandemic, Cats and Dogs Find Their Forever Homes

Want to hear some good news in these trying times? Cats and dogs find their forever homes. Animal shelters are emptied out Adoptions at animal shelters have increased substantially during the coronavirus outbreak. The Pet Rescue Humane Society of Eastern Oregon recorded adoptions of 72 dogs and 17 cats in five weeks. In Wright-Way Rescue

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Dealing with Sorrow: Top Ways to Heal after Losing a Pet

The sudden loss of a cherished family pet, for whatever reason, is a painful event that is comparable to the grief experienced following the passing of loved ones. In some cases, this traumatic event may even trigger depression and other mental health issues among children. The emptiness that our companions left is felt even more intensely

Read More »

Three Reasons to Adopt a Rescue Dog from the Local Pound

The new generation of young adults is turning to pet ownership as one of their life goals, particularly in replacement of or to delay parenthood. This shift in foregoing traditional life milestones, like buying a house or starting a family, altogether is becoming more and more prevalent in recent years. This is because it’s so

Read More »

Teaching Your Children Responsibility With Pet Care

It might seem like a challenge to have both pets and children in the same household. After all, pets can already be a handful. Children can also be an added responsibility. But each of them can balance out each other. Pets need companionship and love, which is something that children can give without reservation. Besides

Read More »

Are You Ready to Own a Cat? Here’s How To Find Out

Probably after seeing countless videos and pictures of cute kittens purring and doing their snobbish thing, you’ve been convinced to get one. Cats are marvelous creatures. They have personalities, and they do not please their owners. They can be quite moody but in a very cute kind of way. And when they decide to be

Read More »

Animal Welfare: Taking Care of Farm Animals

Could you call it a farm without animals? Most farmers raise animals for a variety of reasons. Some want to have some company when they’re out in the field while some animals, while others need these animals to assist with daily tasks, such as ploughing the field or herding sheep in the right direction. Of

Read More »

A Mom’s Guide for Finding Peace and Embracing Joy in 2020

It’s been a tough year. With COVID-19, a social and cultural upheaval, and a global recession wreaking havoc, it has indeed been a tumultuous 2020. I know it’s hard to maintain a semblance of sanity. Even before all these problems, almost half of adults in the United States experienced mental health issues. I can imagine

Read More »

This Pandemic, Cats and Dogs Find Their Forever Homes

Want to hear some good news in these trying times? Cats and dogs find their forever homes. Animal shelters are emptied out Adoptions at animal shelters have increased substantially during the coronavirus outbreak. The Pet Rescue Humane Society of Eastern Oregon recorded adoptions of 72 dogs and 17 cats in five weeks. In Wright-Way Rescue

Read More »
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