Podcasts have made a comeback. As telephones have become more sophisticated and the introduction of in-home smart devices and satellite radio in vehicles, podcasts have a variety of venues. Here are seven recommendations.
According the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, an estimated 6.5 million dogs and cats end up in the shelter system every year. Though nearly half are adopted, some 1.5 million are euthanized due to illness or lack of space.
Dog parks have grown in popularity in direct response to busy pet owners seeking safe and structured areas for their best fur friends to run and play. Today, most municipalities offer dog parks at no cost. There also are a few privately operated parks.
If you have to leave you pet behind when you take a trip, it’s important to secure a place where he or she will feel comfortable. Here is a list of some local kennels: Sugarbush Kennels, 1300 Applegrove St. NE, Plain Township. Features indoor and protected outdoor kennel runs; bedtime snacks, optional services (grooming, tooth brushing, specialized care for older dogs, etc.). Pickup service also is available.
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