• Moving with a Pet One in six Americans move each year. Whether you are moving across town or across the country, moving with pets requires additional preplanning and prep work before you move. There is ...
  • Adopting a Greyhound In the US, professional breeders breed Greyhounds for racing. In the past, greyhounds were often euthanized and disposed of once their racing careers were over. For a greyhound who was ...
  • Understanding Animal Hoarding Everyone is familiar with the popular stereotype of an elderly “cat lady” who has far too many pets. However, many don’t realize that animal hoarding is a serious psychological condition ...
  • Yuck, What’s the Smell? (Pet Odors) Smells associated with owning an animal are expected, particularly when so many of our favored companions live indoors with us. This article will tackle those common smells associated with having ...
  • Pet Sitters as an Alternative to Kennels Many pet owners struggle with the thought of leaving their pets in a boarding facility when vacation time rolls around. If you fall into this category, consider having a pet ...
  • Estate Planning: How to Provide for Your Pet in the Event of Your Death Most pet owners consider their pet’s part of the family, but the laws in most jurisdictions consider pets as property and therefore, they have few legal rights. What can a ...