You think of your dog as a member of your family, mainly because he/she actually is, but more importantly, because you love him. That’s why when you need to leave him alone for several hours on a daily or regular basis, you feel guilty. Why?
You’ve just added a new dog to your family…you’ve paid the purchase price, you’ve paid the vet to check him/her out physically and give the appropriate shots, you’ve bought dog food, dog toys, a dog bed, dog grooming supplies. That’s all…right? Wrong, now it’s time to pay your local city government to get your dog […]
There are many facets to being a good, responsible dog owner. They need to be fed properly, given plenty of water to keep them healthy and hydrated, kept clean, loved, played with, trained, and one of the most important, they need to be exercised.
How often do you give your dog fresh drinking water? How often do you clean your dog’s water bowl? Regularly? Periodically? If and when you think about it? Your dog licks all kinds of dirty and unmentionable things, so how important is clean water in a clean bowl?
It never fails…if the doorbell rings, if a neighbor walks down the street, if you let him/her outside, if you leave the house, and many other “ifs” too numerous to mention…the dog starts barking. Noisy dogs have started many neighborhood disputes that cause
The city of Brier, Washington, recently celebrated its 12th annual SeaScare event, including such fun activities as live music, a classic truck and car display, a pie eating contest, a salmon giveaway, food drive, book sale and more. One of the highlights of the event is the “Porch Light Parade”