I wondered if my gratitude jar had opened the door to bad luck. Following our dear pup's death, the jar was a taunting, glass finger; one that nah, nah, nah-nah, nah dared me to find something good in my life. About a week after Midnite died, I plunked down at my desk with the jar in view.
Elton John doesn't get along with his mother, so she spent her 90th birthday with an Elton John impersonator.
I am not a scientist or a guru, and I have no other way of explaining what happened in those moments between Myla's death and me in a parking lot trying to pull my shirt off, or my friend heading straight into a tree, but I have a belief.
With the Westminster Kennel Club dog show recently on TV, it inevitably stirs debate about purebred dogs.
What we do know for certain is that the emotion of jealousy, when acted upon, can have significant psychological and social consequences. The researchers hope future studies will further explore the triggers and internal drivers of jealousy.
According to the researchers, their study is the first to investigate the ability of dogs to use only auditory communication from humans to locate hidden food. The results suggest that dogs are able to use multiple senses to comprehend human communication.
For pet owners, it's not always possible to take your dog to the pub and join in the festivities. Ireland isn't known for its dog-friendly pubs, cafes or restaurants, so dog owners have to come up with other ways to hang out with their dog on this holiday day.
In the wake of February 14th with all those pictures of bouquets and hearts plastered on social media, I had the distinct feeling that February may be the biggest month for SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) not because of the lack of sunlight but maybe (?!) just maybe because of St. Valentine's Day?
Lately my dog has been spending a lot of time watching CNN. This is not by choice; she is not an avid cable television news viewer, although she has been known to snarl any time Don Lemon appears onscreen.
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With warmer weather just around the corner, we can't wait to spend more time outdoors. Even during the colder months, nature is just beautiful. The cr...
Anka is a stylist, storyteller and arbiter of chic. The Line Up is an amalgamation of all these things put together while capturing NYC's most stylish people. Of course, Mrs. Sizzle was focused on the dog people so here is a small collection of Anka's fabulous photos.
Another favorite thing I enjoy that helps my holistic healing self-care is cuddling with and playing with my two adorable sweet cat fur babies. My tw...
A dog's love is unconditional, and often times taken for granted. They are there to greet you every time you come through the door.
Thousands of dogs are abandoned at shelters every year, especially during the first year of their lives, because owners were unaware of how much time and money a dog requires. If you are considering getting a dog to help improve your mental health, here are some things to consider:
( Photo by Tischman Pets) If you've ever been lost on a trail while in the company of a directionally-savvy dog, then you'll have no trouble believi...