Sorry, but this post is not about porn-sites (XXX) or about counting the number of significant others youâve had over your entire life. As exciting as the title is, this post is as wholesome as can be â itâs all about a very relaxing and fulfilling hobby that’s been around for many years – this post is all about counted cross-stitch.
So youâve decided on getting a pet, but are allergic to cats or dogs. Or maybe your neighbourhood has some sort of policy against dogs or cats. Or maybe you just want a different pet because you think cats and dogs are to âmainstreamâ. Well youâre in luck â here weâve got a list of some of the more awesome alternative pets you can sink your teeth into (donât). [Read more...]
A dog is a big commitment, and once you know youâre ready, you need to pick a breed with the right temperament for a family with young kids. Here are some of their recommendations from dog breeders. [Read more...]
Cats are curious, independent creatures, and one of the first thing a cat loverâs got to accept is that it will do things us mere humans can never hope to understand! Like why, of all the chairs in the house, they will want to sit on our favorite one. Or, given that the chair is free, they would rather lie down on our computer keyboard. But here are a few simple explanations for the most common cat behaviors. [Read more...]
Not all cats are friendly around kids. Some breeds donât take well to noise or rough-housing, others are âsnobsâ that will refuse to be petted. So, just like choosing the right dog for your family, put some thought into what kind of cat will fit well into a household with young kids. [Read more...]
A large aquarium can be home to quite a number of breeds. But while youâre shopping at a pet store, you need to consider whether a fish breed is compatible with the ones you already own, or even the size of your aquarium. [Read more...]
Dog parks are your petâs idea of disneyland: plenty of space to play, romp, and even make another furry friend. But you canât simply give your pet free reinâor, in this case, free leash. Here are some doggy park doâs and donâtâs that every responsible pet owner should follow. [Read more...]
A labralier is a dog, which is a cross between a labrador and a cavalier king charles spaniel. She has medium to long hair with long ears like a cavalier. She is frisky in nature and has the qualities of both breeds. She is very kind but very strong-minded and doesn’t like to be told off. She does tend to run off or ignore you when you call her. She gets on very well with adults and children and other dogs.
Photo of our dog Nala.
Information care of Georgia and Daisy Macaskie