By Nomi Berger With the holidays approaching, it’s time to think not only about celebrating, but also about dog safety. Read below to learn about holiday health hazards for pets. To ensure that the season stays merry and bright, plan ahead and start early. Change the appearance of your home from everyday to holiday gradually, over a period of several weeks. This will allow
We are thrilled to announce that 10 pets were adopted in December, bringing our total for the year to 85! (Click on the image to view a larger version) Check out our Facebook album to look back through a year’s worth of adoptions. We hope you enjoy remembering who you helped find homes for by sharing, liking, or talking about our adoptable pets. Let’s
To all those who always wait until the last minute to get the Christmas presents: don’t worry, there is still some time. Thank God for the internet that can make all this hassle easy and quick. Not sure what Christmas gifts to give to a fellow animal lover? There are lots of options out there. Here, we will list 3+1 last minute Christmas ideas
With the holidays approaching, it’s time to think not only about celebrating, but also about dog safety. To ensure that the season stays merry and bright, plan ahead and start early (Perhaps we should have suggested this earlier, but perhaps you are a last minute decorator?). Change the appearance of your home from everyday to holiday gradually, over a period of several weeks. This
With the approach of the holidays, everyone’s thoughts turn naturally to the happy chore of gift giving. While most people opt for the tried and true, hoping another gift certificate isn’t too impersonal or another scarf or bottle of perfume isn’t too predictable, they are much safer choices than those being considered by some this season: the purchase of a pet. The gift of
Yogi Bear is ready for his first Christmas! This is a blog hop. Don’t forget to check out the other participating blogs by clicking on the image below.
Nell came to TAGS at the end of December 2012. At that time, she was estimated to be just over a year old. TAGS named her Noelle because if we had not rescued her in time, the shelter she was at in the United States was planning to euthanize her on Christmas Eve. Before ending up at the shelter, she was living in a
Christmas is tiring! – This is Goofy who is now adopted to a wonderful family This is a blog hop. Check out the other blogs for more Wordless Wednesday posts!
CC Image courtesy of ]babi] on Flickr With Christmas Eve just ten days away, some of you are probably finished shopping, have sailed right through wrapping and are now sitting by the fire admiring your Christmas tree, wondering what is taking Santa so long. But let’s face it: many of us are just starting! While everyone loves giving presents at Christmas, trying to think
Photo Credit: Dogtipper.com The holidays are a time of celebration and festivities for both us and our dogs. However, it can also be a time that poses many hazards to our dogs. Being aware of these five holiday hazards that are present in most homes may save you a trip to the emergency room for your dog. 1. Food hazards The holidays are usually