Category: Animal Rescue

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Preparing Your Home for a Rescued Dog

Dogs are great companions and even greater bodyguards. But sometimes, some people take them for granted. As a result, about three million dogs enter shelters annually. These dogs usually come from homes where they were neglected or abused. Thankfully, most of these dogs will be adopted by the end of the year. Adopting a rescued dog is a gratifying experience. Not only

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How To Care for Your New Rescue Pet

Congratulations on your new rescue pet! Whether you’ve adopted a dog, cat, bird, or reptile, there are some things you’ll need to do to make sure your new pet is healthy and happy. This blog post will cover some of the basics of caring for your new pet. 1. Create a Safe, Quiet Space for Your Pet to Adjust When you

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Making a Good Impression: Preparing for a Family Dinner

As the health restrictions ease, hosting a get-together is more likely to be on your mind. According to a recent survey, six out of ten respondents are more enthusiastic about family dinners since there hasn’t been a chance to get together in so long. And with the holidays just around the corner, it’s normal for family dinners to be in

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Fostering Dogs: 4 Tips That First Time Fosters Need to Succeed

Fostering is an option that plenty of dog owners consider to help their local shelters. After all, how hard can it be when you already have a dog or two, right? While it’s easier for long-time dog owners, this doesn’t make you immune to the challenges that come with fostering. Remember that your goal isn’t just to keep them well-fed

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Puppy Mills: A Cruel and Abusive Environment for Dogs

According to the Humane Society of the United States, roughly 10,000 puppy mills are scattered across the United States. Only 3,000 of these are regulated by the US Department of Agriculture, which means that the remaining 7,000 are considered operating illegally. In 2021 alone, the Humane Society of the United States conducted a study that shows that 40% of newly

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Getting Help for Pest Control from the Right Professionals

Are you still dreaming of making it big in the Big Apple? That is what Joe Grotowski had in mind when he moved to an apartment in New York, only to find out later that he had thousands of musically gifted cockroaches as roommates. If this sounds familiar, it’s because it is the plot of Joe’s Apartment, a 1996 romantic-comedy

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Beyond Good Food: The (Not-So) Secret Challenges of Restaurant Ownership

If you love food, the thought of opening your own restaurant may sound like a fun idea. There’s nothing like crafting your own menus and pleasing your customers by creating that ideal dining experience. While opening your own restaurant is, indeed, a fun and exciting prospect, it also comes with a lot of challenges you need to be ready for. Before turning

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7 Great Outdoor Wall Decor Ideas

Owning a home for most people is a dream come true. Personalizing it will make it stand out. You can do this by having great landscaping. The other option is to play with the walls. We will share with you fantastic ideas below. 1. Brick and stone Incorporate brick-and-stone into your landscaping. You can build a half wall, and use

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Offline Marketing Tactics for Your Online Shop

Just because you own an online store does not necessarily mean that you should only interact with the target and current customers online. For your online store to become more successful, your brand has to be everywhere – online and offline. When you promote your online store using more traditional marketing tactics, you will be able to connect more with

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