Nuts For Your Dog [Infographic]

Think Twice Before Sharing Nuts With Your Dog

Dogs Nuts Chihuahua

In a previous confession about what dogs can eat, it showed the various foods that your dog can eat or should not eat. It always becomes habit that if you are eating, dogs have a tendency to stare at you. I bet as you are reading this right now, you are … Read more

Can Dogs Eat That? [Infographic]

Can My Dog Eat That?

Every Bite Watching You

The scene is all too familiar: Whether you are making yourself a sandwich at lunch time or trying to quietly and sneakily ruffle into a bag of potato chips at midnight, they know. They hear. They see. They smell. And they are there. They are always there, right at your side, staring at you. Waiting … Read more

10 Dog Friendly National Parks [Infographic]

Must-Visit Dog-Friendly National Dark Parks

Dogtrails Photo

Work got you stressed out? Itching to get out of the cube and into the sunlight? A trip to a national park will reduce stress and leave you feeling invigorated after spending some quality time in the great outdoors, and with summer coming round the bend, there is simply no better time to visit one … Read more

Design for Dogs [Infographic]

Trendy Dog Designs

Eco-friendly Modern Luxury Pet Furniture

They say that man’s best friend is his dog and your pet deserves only the best. As such designers provide dog owners with plenty of opportunities to give their beloved pet comfortable places to chill and rest their weary heads. From the comfort of their own designer bed, chair, sofa or cushion, pets can live in the … Read more

A letter from a shelter manager

I think our society needs a huge “Wake-up” call. As a shelter manager, I am going to share a little insight with you all…a view from the inside if you will. 



First off, all of you breeders/sellers should be made to work in the “back” of an animal shelter for just one day. Maybe if you saw the life drain Read more

If Burnout is Imminent: How Nurses Preserve Their Rationality

If Burnout is Imminent: How Nurses Preserve Their Rationality: Charity HospitalAccording to the 2013 National Healthcare & RN Retention Report, nurse turnover is at 14.7 percent nationwide. One of the leading contributors to turnover in the medical field, particularly in the field of nursing, is burnout. If you hope to retire from the career that you fell in love with in the beginning, you’ve got to take care of yourself. … Read more

The Barking Dog

It was two years ago that I had come to this apartment. I had liked my flat at the first sight itself. I preferred peace and quiet and the flat provided just that. I was exuberant. Excited to start my new career and new life in this new place, I instantly got settled in. Anticipating the first day at work, … Read more