Welcome home love served up from the cutest Dachshunds to a returning soldier…Franklin is the black and tan male and Sally is the red/brown female.
“Guilt and regret are what eat people up,” says Betty Carmack, RN, Ed.D, a San Francisco nurse who has been in pet loss counseling for almost 30 years.
30 years ago, veterinary practices and public attitudes were more abrupt and distant in regard to viewing dogs as family members. Those grieving over a lost dog found few resources to help prepare for grief, let alone help you through it.
There are resources available and widespread compassion to be found today in support of those who have lost a furry family member. Read and share this article with anyone who loves an animal, has lost an animal companion or is living with an older pet.
Puppy Can’t Figure Out How to Blink
A Michigan puppy has been trying to learn how to blink for 3 days, say sources close to the situation. Try as he might, however, it keeps coming out as a blink instead. Specialists have reportedly been called in.
Black & White but Cute all over?! #sanfrancisco #dogs Those eyes will follow you like a spooky portrait in a haunted house!
We lived through this earthquake 22 years ago. The anniversary is a reminder to me of why a microchip in my dog is crucial, and how important it is to have 72 hours of supplies. Go to 72hours.org to learn more.