How to win on the dog court with small bets

When times are tough or you’re living on a limited income, as many of us older people are, it’s hard to figure out how to play dog ​​without spending too much. Just paying for gas or transportation to get there, go in, and buy a show can consume a great deal of money. An alternative to purchasing a program is […]

Redbone Coonhound: Facts You Should Know Before Adopting Redbone Coonhound

Description of the breed Built for high-speed running over rocky hills, thick forests, and swamps, the Redbone Coonhound is streamlined yet strong. Slightly taller at the withers than at the hips, this breed has arched slightly. This breed is medium to large in size, with males 22 to 27 inches tall, while females are 21 to 25 inches tall. They […]

Dogs with food allergies: novel protein dog food

the history I have a boxer / bull mastiff mix named Leo, who struggles with itching and scratching all the time. There came a point where I felt really bad for him, not just because he’s my best friend, but because I can tell he was uncomfortable. I finally had enough, I looked up my vet’s phone number and went […]

How Dog Ownership Has Changed Over 80 Years

An online search for comments and opinions states that having a dog in 1960 was very different than it is today. A quarter of the dogs at that time were random strays, owned or not. The rules of ownership were much less defined. Even though there were commercial dog food available and a Milk Bone treat company, the dog food […]

Oh the daze of my life

When I was young, my mother was a fan of a soap opera called “The days of our lives.” I remember the title but I would never see anything like it. However, my mother enjoyed it and what is there to complain about. As I thought about it, I felt that I must remember the days of my life. But, […]

Voodoo Priest Pa Neezer

Each week we are profiling a famous voodoo priest or priestess, telling their story and recounting their most powerful spells in a moment to highlight the true power of this misunderstood art. This week we explore the story of Pa Neezer, a contemporary voodoo priest and Obeah man from Trinidad. In this, our third installment, we look at a man […]

Maternal instinct in male cats

My good kissing cat (the subject of my article, “How to Teach a Cat to Kiss”) is a five-year-old neutered mongrel. When another kitten took refuge in my house, I was worried because I wasn’t sure how my first cat would react. Would you be happy to have a playmate? Or would I be antagonistic and jealous if I saw […]

Frequently asked questions about the German Shepherd

What are the common health problems of German Shepherd dogs? German Shepherds are prone to elbow and hip dysplasia and are also prone to swelling. There are also a considerable number of them who develop Von Willebrand’s disease and skin allergies. The average lifespan of the German Shepherd dog is 12 years. Is the German Shepherd a Dangerous Breed? The […]

An oil painting torn in Los Angeles: pets and art, antiques and collectibles don’t mix

It is one thing to teach your children not to roughly play with their favorite picture hanging in your house, but it would probably be much more difficult to teach your pets the same. Even the most educated dog does not know the value of a painting and accidents can happen. Just look at this painting below. While a man […]

A Guide for the First Labrador Retriever Owner

Labrador Retrievers continue to be the most popular breed in countries like the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada, and for good reason. On the one hand, these dogs make excellent family pets due to their gentle, loyal, and friendly characteristics that make them love both humans and animals in the home. On the other hand, labs are known for […]