• Pet Sitting Life
    Animals,  Dogs,  Guest Post,  Money Matters

    3 Ways to Consider Living the Pet Sitting Life

    Need to make a little extra cash? Look no further than the pet-sitting network Rover.com. Complete with side gig opportunities, awesome cats and dogs to hang out with, and a simple site to navigate, Rover creates the ideal opportunity for additional income. Check out more reasons why below, and sign up here once you’ve decided to take the plunge. You can keep a flexible schedule. As a Rover sitter, you get to decide what jobs you take and when. When you create your profile, you can specify what types of pets you’re comfortable with — from breed type to size — and block out sections of your calendar when you’re…

  • Dogs
    Animals,  Dogs,  Family

    12 Amazing Reasons Why Dogs Are Good to Help Raise Children

    Dogs are known to be good companions to both adults and children. They are also one of the most loyal animals you can ever encounter. Once you embrace them into your family, they will not know any other human who they will consider ad their keeper. Children mostly benefit from having dogs at home because it teaches them many things as they grow up. Households who have small children can use their dogs to help them raise responsible and confident children. There are many benefits in having dogs as pets while raising small kids. Self-confidence is boosted because dogs can help kids to socialize and interact with other kids. Another…

  • IAMS Dog Food at Target #IamsDogOffer #ad
    Animals,  Deals,  Dogs

    Save Money When Buying IAMS Dog Food at Target

    This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #IamsDogOffer #CollectiveBias Double the savings for your pet! Save $1 on any 1 bag of IAMS dry dog food, PLUS get a $5 Target Gift Card when you buy 2 bags. If you’re persistent about what your dogs eats, here are Safe Food for Pets.

  • Pup Peroni
    Animals,  Dogs

    Beef Up the Summer with Pup-Peroni Dog Treats

    This post is sponsored by Pup-Peroni but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. I’ll be honest, being a pet owner is somewhat like being a parent, with Marley, our dog; he acts like one of the kids to the point. I carry him around like a baby. With him being a house dog, most of the times when he’s upstairs you can find him under me either watching TV or getting that belly rubbed. What’s cool about Marley is that he’ll give you a certain look and run to the door whenever it’s time for him to handle his business outside. Before getting him, I wasn’t too…

  • Dog Visiting The Vet
    Animals,  Dogs

    4 Tips For Bringing A New Dog Home

    The day is almost here. Your new puppy is almost ready to be picked up and taken to his or her wonderful and loving new home. However, before the fun begins, make sure you follow these four tips to ensure you and your home are prepped and ready to welcome your newest canine family member.   Do Your Research Adopting a dog is incredibly exciting, but you don’t want to overlook the necessary research. For example, you’re going to need to know how much exercise your new pup requires, what vaccines, shots, or procedures they might need done within the first few months of adopting, what types of food are…

  • Injured Dog
    Animals,  Dogs

    Surgery: The Best Option for Your Dog’s Knee Injury

    If you have ever suffered from a knee injury, you know that these injuries are no walk in the park. Fractures, dislocations, and tears are among the most common knee injuries experienced by humans. Our four-footed friends may also suffer from knee problems, but their most common complaint is a torn cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) – the equivalent of a torn ACL in humans. While there are multiple options for treating this injury, eventually dog knee surgery will provide the best results. Signs of Knee Trouble and the Options for Treatment How can you tell if your dog is suffering from an injury? Dog owners often notice a reduction in…