Many parents will be faced with the inevitable request from their kids: Can we get a pet? If you determine that your family is in a position to take on the responsibility for a pet, pet adoption offers a unique opportunity to teach children important lessons that will last throughout their lives.
When selecting meat, eggs and dairy for omelets or chicken salad sandwiches, you may be bombarded with confusing and potentially misleading food labels. Is it better to go with cage-free or free-range eggs? Was this cow grass-fed? And if so, is that better than the other available options?Learn more about food labels here.
With Thanksgiving and the holiday season right around the corner, many families will stop to capture a group photo or two during the festivities. Guest blogger Emily Schneider shares some tips for taking great photos of your kids and pets—even when they’re always on the move.
In this guest post by Mary Dell Harrington of Grown and Flown, Mary Dell shares the many ways in which her children grew up to be compassionate people thanks to the influence of their two family dogs, Choco and Argus.
Guest blogger Mary Dell Harrington had some doubts that her energetic two-year-old pup, Moose, would make a good therapy dog, but after completing a Pet Partners training program, she was thrilled to discover that Moose makes a great companion to patients at New York-Presbyterian Hospital.