The 75th anniversary of D-Day stirs up profound gratitude in my heart. Gratitude to all the men and women who served our country, and sacrificed so much for our freedom. It also stirs up deep gratitude to all the dogs who became part of the armed forces and bravely served alongside them. One such dog was Brian, a tough parachuting dog (a 2 year old Alsatian-Collie cross) who turned into a war hero and earned a medal for his service.
Read his inspirational story below, by following the link.
My fashion philosophy is, if you’re not covered in dog hair, your life is empty. — Elayne Boosler
The children of today are the dog owners of tomorrow.
Owning a dog can be a fun and rewarding experience, yet children are often unaware of the responsibilities involved. One way to help them understand the responsibility of dog ownership is by offering them educational books and material created especially for children. Continue reading “How to Help Children Learn responsible Dog Ownership [Books and Resources]”
Growing up with dogs, I quickly learned that Easter, much like other Holidays, involved potential hazards for my pets. Continue reading “Easter Safety Tips for Pet Owners [and Resource Links]”
Pet Insurance Reviews
If you’re considering getting pet insurance for your beloved pet, you might be wondering which one is best.
As a consumer and pet lover, you want pet insurance coverage that provides not only a low monthly rate, but also great value for what you get. You are looking for a broad plan that covers everything from acupuncture to vaccines, and has enough room in case disaster strikes.
Today I came across an article that compares the best pet insurance policies with reviews for 2019, and shares ratings on coverage, how claims are handled, reimbursements, deductibles, limits and more. Click on the link below to read the full article. I hope it will help you in your search.
Be the person your dog thinks you are. — CJ Frick