Mabel the Rescue Dog

Encourage Dog Lovers to Adopt 💕

Most kids love dogs, but they’re not the most experienced with dog care. I’ve noticed that kids will repeat whatever their parents tell them, which can sometimes lead to misunderstandings about dogs. To ensure that your kids become the best dog lovers they can be, here are some things they should learn at an early age. After all, dogs are living creatures and family members, so we want all humans to be kind to us. (Click title to read more!)

Adding a new family member is never easy. This seems like an obvious statement, but many humans forget. They expect their new dog to magically fit into their family, but that isn’t realistic. Change is hard for everyone, especially dogs, who love routines. I’ll admit, I even had my troublemaking days when Molly first adopted me, but now, we’re the best of friends. So, if you’re planning to adopt a new dog, be patient and keep the following tips in mind. (Click title to read more!)

Guest post written by Cindy Aldridge – You’ve got the toys, bedding, and healthiest food picked out, and you’ve dog-proofed your whole house — you’re ready for your very first dog, right? Well, almost. Once you’ve got all the physical essentials figured out, it’s a great idea to find some apps to help you through dog ownership. There are tools to help you through all kinds of unexpected situations to ensure that you become the best pet parent you can be. (Click title to read more!)

Guest post written by Cindy Aldridge – Sometimes, we need to change. Other times, we overhaul our entire lives with just a few big decisions. Two of these that have become highly prevalent since the dawn of the coronavirus pandemic are starting a business and adopting a pet. Individually, each of these decisions has a profound effect on our lives. Together, they can help us take control of our personal finances and happiness, respectively. (Click title to read more!)