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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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mother and son sleeping

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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golden retriever in shoulder

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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What Makes Dogs Our Best Friends?

Since the beginning of civilization, humans have been reliant on domesticated animals to help them in various aspects of everyday life. Since then, many have come to occupy a space in the hearts and homes of people, which has led them to take these animals in as pets. One of the most popular choices today

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family in garden

Garden Safety 101: How to Childproof Your Garden

A well-kept and well-planned garden on your front or backyard can be a relaxing place to unwind and provide instant curb appeal. However, most homeowners never think of childproofing their lawns not until something unfortunate happens. Your (or your neighbor’s, relative’s, or friend’s) kids might end up tripping or injuring themselves when playing with the

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attractive lawn

Make Your Lawn Look Its Best with These Tips

No homeowner wants to have an unkempt lawn. For one, it can affect your property’s aesthetic value. That is why keeping your lawn healthy and well-maintained at all times is important. More so, if you are planning to sell your property. Imagine stepping your bare feet onto a freshly mowed lawn. Feels nice, right? There

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angry dog with bared teeth

Biting Truths: Dispelling Myths About Aggressive Dogs

In a tragic turn of events, a dog bit off the hand and part of the forearm of a four-year-old boy in Utah. The accident happened on March 4, 2019 when the boy, wanting to play with the neighbor’s two dogs, put a sock around his left hand and squeezed it through the vinyl fence

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More Women Prefer Their Pet Dog Over Spending Time with Men

More Women Prefer Their Pet Dog Over Spending Time with Men

It looks like man’s best friend is woman’s BFF. If you’re on the road to success, don’t walk alone; instead, walk with a dog. That’s the advice successful women are giving. And while I wouldn’t consider myself within the same league of highly successful women, as a dog owner, I strongly agree. I have a

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taking care of farm animals

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 »
mother and son sleeping

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 »
golden retriever in shoulder

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 »
dogs

What Makes Dogs Our Best Friends?

Since the beginning of civilization, humans have been reliant on domesticated animals to help them in various aspects of everyday life. Since then, many have come to occupy a space in the hearts and homes of people, which has led them to take these animals in as pets. One of the most popular choices today

Read More »
family in garden

Garden Safety 101: How to Childproof Your Garden

A well-kept and well-planned garden on your front or backyard can be a relaxing place to unwind and provide instant curb appeal. However, most homeowners never think of childproofing their lawns not until something unfortunate happens. Your (or your neighbor’s, relative’s, or friend’s) kids might end up tripping or injuring themselves when playing with the

Read More »
attractive lawn

Make Your Lawn Look Its Best with These Tips

No homeowner wants to have an unkempt lawn. For one, it can affect your property’s aesthetic value. That is why keeping your lawn healthy and well-maintained at all times is important. More so, if you are planning to sell your property. Imagine stepping your bare feet onto a freshly mowed lawn. Feels nice, right? There

Read More »
angry dog with bared teeth

Biting Truths: Dispelling Myths About Aggressive Dogs

In a tragic turn of events, a dog bit off the hand and part of the forearm of a four-year-old boy in Utah. The accident happened on March 4, 2019 when the boy, wanting to play with the neighbor’s two dogs, put a sock around his left hand and squeezed it through the vinyl fence

Read More »
More Women Prefer Their Pet Dog Over Spending Time with Men

More Women Prefer Their Pet Dog Over Spending Time with Men

It looks like man’s best friend is woman’s BFF. If you’re on the road to success, don’t walk alone; instead, walk with a dog. That’s the advice successful women are giving. And while I wouldn’t consider myself within the same league of highly successful women, as a dog owner, I strongly agree. I have a

Read More »
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