All dogs need to go for daily walks. Some might even need or want more than one walk per day. But, as a parent, you might be worried about how they’ll hold up in the colder days.
If you take a good look at Chloe Bonnell’s house in Tallahassee, you will spot a cute black and white dog, Atlas, sitting in the window. He sits there all day, waiting for his mother to come back home.
For some reason, people tend to think that buying dogs is a better alternative to adoption. They think it’s safer, or that a breed dog is somehow superior to a mix.
Mary is a little girl with autism. Because of her condition, she can have trouble adapting, some tasks can be challenging for her. But, just a few months ago, a new friend joined her family.
Cheri Blair from North Sydney is the mother of a lovely Portuguese Podengo named Jolene. One day, around six AM, she let Jolene outside to go potty, like she does every morning. Everything seemed normal until Jolene didn’t come back when Cheri called her.
Every dog parent would go above and beyond to make sure their babies are safe. You give them shelter, healthy food, and try to keep them away from all harm. But sometimes there are dangers where you least expect them to be. And Chloe Allan learned …
Kids aren’t usually aware of how important it is to take time out of your day to give back. Instead, they choose to spend their days playing, watching TV, or otherwise entertaining themselves.
In most places, the cold months keep getting colder. Of course, it all depends on the place you’re in. Some places get cold during the winter months, like Australia.