How Much Do We Love Our Dogs? Let Us Count the Ways…

Category: NewsBite
A recent survey of 1,014 American pet parents, undertaken by, found most willing to put their beloved pets unequivocally first.   83%  would work a second job to pay for their pet’s health care.     more
Laurie Zalesky with Tucker the dog at Funny Farm

Life With 600 Rescue Animals

Category: Inspire
Laurie Zaleski was in kindergarten when her mother, Annie McNulty, fled an abusive marriage, her three children in tow. The family settled into a one-bedroom shack they rented in the woods, where electricity and water were a luxury. Between the homeless pets her mom brought home from her job at the local animal control and the ones abandoned at the edge of the farm, more than 35 animals lived on the property. Annie dubbed their place the “Funny Farm.” more

Fight Canine Cancer with Mushrooms

Category: Health
Research in dogs found the polysaccharides in Turkey Tail mushroom extended survival time in dogs with hemangiosarcoma without additional treatment, delaying metastases and improving quality of life.   more
easy dog treats

How To Make Dog Treats

Category: Nutrition
Pet Sitters International

Going to the Dogs Can Really Pay Off

Category: Dog Life
Pet sitters are in high demand. You may have even used one yourself when vacation, work trips or long work hours kept you from home. More than just a hobby or side gig, pet care can be a viable career option. According to a 2018 survey conducted by Pet Sitters International (PSI), an international educational association for professional pet sitters and dog walkers, the average national gross revenue for its members in 2017 was $75,658 USD (U.S. members) and $61,208 CAN (Canadian members). more


Dog of the Week!

Meet: Leah