3 Simple Tips for Better Pet Photography

For many of us, pets become much more than just pets. They are companions, exercise partners, therapists, fur babies, etc. There are those who just want to share pictures of their pets with their friends and family. For others, photographing their pets becomes a valuable source of income. Here are three simple tips to help you improve your pet photography. ...more
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Who Needs a Dog? Get a Pet Dragon Instead!

A bearded dragon that is, and well truth is we have three dogs, but I digress. A year ago my parents decided to stop keeping fish in their 100 gallon fish tank and the lugged the dang thing to my house where it fits perfectly in my hallway. I didn’t want to fill it up with fish though; been there done that and was never very successful. We decided to make it a terrarium, and get a reptile. My kids' hearts were set on a chameleon, because who wouldn’t want a crazy reptile that changes color....more
I have always been fearful of iguanas since I know they can get really large (our reptile store ...more

How to Keep Pets Safe During Storms and Fireworks

There are only two things Fuzzy hates, thunderstorms and fireworks....more
What I usually do if there's a firework or thunder is I play a calming music so that my dog will ...more

Saying Goodbye to a Best Friend

I've known a post like this has been inevitable for a while, but it doesn't make it any easier to write. ...more
dcusentino DatewithLucy I have a giant ass picture of my Sammy above my desk top and she has ...more

pet goat identified my voice....great

Great anticipationHi ladies blogghers.What's up friends?Well here at my place in my country Pakistan we are about to celebrate our religious eid festival Eid ul adha after approx a week....more

A Call to Arms. (or hooves, really.)

 You’ve had this happen. Someone finds out you have a horse and they ask, “Do you know my sister’s friend, Diane. She has a horse.” Like there are eleven of us in the state....more

They Played Rock, Paper, Scissors

The Importance of Pets in Our Child's Life

Making the decision to bring a pet into your family isn’t always easy. There are many things to consider such as the type of pet, cost, housing, etc.  You may be hoping to teach your child responsibility. All of those things are important. But adding a pet into your home can provide priceless experiences you may have not considered before....more

Let's "Paws" and Take a Moment

When she enters a room, I’m always the first (and only) one to say hello. When I help her out, I never hear a thank you. When I pay her a compliment, she never gives one in return. She routes through the trash, chews with her mouth open and stalks me in my own home. She’s a confidante, a friend and my baby and god help the person who talks badly about her. Even if that person is my child....more

Ground Play, Cavalia style!

This week, I attended Cavalia, the Cirque du Soleil-inspired performance event combining horses, acrobats and dancers. There were beautiful horses, an outlandishly great live band, and a stage that altered time and space. Unrecognizably. It’s the largest traveling show in the world, mind boggling in it’s scope....more

What My Obnoxious Cat Taught Me About Acceptance

"Dammit, Yoshi," I said, scooting him out of the way with my foot. "I already fed you."He meowed in return, arguing (as usual) that while he had been fed before, he wasn't being fed now, so clearly something was terribly wrong....more

Pets the best companions!

Why I Like Animals More Than People

There’s an old family saying coined by my grandfather that goes, “You know I never did care much for people, but I sure do love critters.” It’s generally followed by one relative or another telling a story about a dog or cat they’ve rescued and an overly dramatic tale of heroics and bravado that went into it....more