Pets

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Aug 9 - 10:31am

By: Kat Barclay Leaving behind your dog for the evening can be seriously heartbreaking. They give you that signature sad puppy look with those round eyes that feel like a dagger to the soul. Okay, maybe that’s dramatic. But not for a dog lover. In a perfect world we’d be able to bring...

Posted By Anonymous on 2015 May 27 - 11:08am

Our furry friends can always bring a smile to our faces, but they can also be important in more than just lifting our spirits. Various studies have suggested that our pets can aid in improving our health in a variety of ways.

| by Kacie Galloway | We most often see animals in relation to human health in the context of exercise, explained Dr. Jimmy Davis of Arlington Heights Animal Hospital. “You see people running all the time with their dogs,” he said, “and I think people look for a companion to be...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Sep 26 - 11:42am

It started with a belief that the best way to keep animals out of shelters was to keep them at home.

In five years, the Don’t Forget to Feed Me Pet Food Pantry has grown from a small initiative of the Tarrant Area Food Bank to an independent nonprofit organization serving pet owners from Keller to Mansfield. In 2012, volunteers collected and distributed more than 50 tons of pet food to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Apr 24 - 4:50pm

http://fwtx.com/articles/best-2013-people#overlay-context=articles/best-2013-play Pet Pampering     Your Pet Staff If your pets could choose to have their own staff, it would probably be the team from Your Pet Staff, a local...

Posted By Molly on 2013 Jan 2 - 12:20pm

Q: My boyfriend has this dog. After recently moving in with my boyfriend, this dog has decided to ruin my life. There is not a single article of my clothing NOT covered in dog hair, and my boyfriend insists his dog sleep in the bed with us. He’s allowed on all the furniture, and when guests...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Oct 29 - 9:55am

Solving loneliness calls for a dog, a cat or a good bottle of wine.

Last week, my Christmas decorations changed from “still being up” to “being up early.” That's one of the pitfalls of being single. You tend to let things slide. Especially as you get older. Things that used to be done on a daily basis start getting done weekly. Then...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Oct 1 - 3:18pm

An abused animal spawns a new foundation to help deal with the issue of stray and abandoned animals. by Mary Rogers The truck rocketed toward town, fence posts and pastures flashing past. The driver, pushing hard on the gas pedal, was on the phone. It was quitting time, and she had to find a...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 2:32pm

Local author shares her inspiration.

By Jennifer Retter Laura Eckroat doesn’t shy away from writing what’s in her heart. The teacher-turned-author loves nature, children and her new dog, Muffin.   Why did you choose to write children’s literature? I really like to connect with children. I was a kindergarten...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 11:24am

by Dorothy Blackman Entering the waiting area, one is immediately put at ease. The welcoming colors of yellow, green and beige set off the soft brown carpeting, sofa and chairs to create a welcoming environment. So does the bright red yacht. “Let your brother steer now,” gently...