Let’s Get You A Hare

The other day, my distracted mind mind was quickly drawn back into conversation when my boyfriend nonchalantly said, "let's get you a hare." After years of back-and-forth about the inhumanity of leaving an oversized mountain dog alone in a small house without a backyard for 10 hours a day, the possibility of him suffering through... Continue Reading →

Bonus Day: Celebrating Misha’s Life

Four years ago, my brother showed up at my parents' house with a tiny little golden retriever mix who needed a home. Everyone quickly fell in love with the sweet and spunky little pup who loved and licked everyone he encountered. Forever a puppy, he adored his squeaky stuffed animals and shared them with everyone... Continue Reading →

Puppies & Parasites

Last week, I went to a seminar lead by a registered nurse. She was 82-years-old and sharp as a tack. She spoke about the risks of pandemic and what we can do to prepare. The presentation was lackluster, but the information was extremely useful. That is, with the except of one fact: if you own pets,... Continue Reading →

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