As the warmer weather has finally returned, it is that time to remind all pet-parents not to be irresponsible careless.
Good Guys do Good Things While we try to limit the television our sons consume, the tube has already influenced their early interpretations of what is good and bad in the world. The shows they watch, for example, all have good and bad characters. Any show must have these elements—that’s the drama of storytelling. What’s…
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Portraits of the Patriarchy Father Time examines the progressive shift in modern fatherhood Part 3 Books are big in our house. We read a few every night, a few after naps, or first thing in the morning. We’re starting to see tastes emerge. Big bro like Curious George, Little Golden Books, and anything science related.…
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Sassy was rescued with a group of other dogs. She was deeply skittish around people to the point she would defecate on the floor if someone tried to touch her.
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This video is really, really intense, but it’s worth watching through to the end.
To help dog owners figure out what they can or can’t feed their dogs, here’s a simple guide that covers the most common people foods for dogs.
After learning of the poaching issue plaguing East and South Africa, a former U.S. Marine knew he had to do something to help.
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A nomadic male spotted what he thought was an easy opportunity to steal a meal, but things didn’t go quite as planned.