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By Boston Terrier Rescue Net
Apr 2, 2017, 01:10
Need help finding the perfect rental for you and your pet? These sites provide specific filters for pet-friendly listings across the United States as well as budgeting tools and more.
Adobo lists rentals across Canada and the United States along with local trends in price and comparisons by area.
Apartment List provides a comprehensive questionnaire to help you find your next rental, as well as prioritizing which options are most important.
Zillow is the largest real estate and rental site in the world. Featured are budgeting tools and comprehensive filters.
Recipe By Paul Krebaum
Mar 17, 2017, 01:10
Skunks can be found almost everywhere. When your dog curiously approaches one, they may end up being sprayed in the face, full of a very difficult to remove odor. Commercial products work, but if you don't have any available, this recipe is as effective and is easy to follow. Tomato juice doesn't work nearly as well. The formula was developed by chemist Paul Krebaum. It is eco friendly and made of items you probably already have in your home. MORE
By The Simple Dollar
Mar 6, 2017, 23:49
Pet ownership represents a large emotional - and financial - commitment. Whether you buy from a pet store or a breeder, adopt an animal from a shelter, or take in a stray, initial costs are just the beginning of the story.
This guide examines the different costs associated with pet ownership and helps you know what to expect, how to plan for these expenses, and potential ways to reduce the financial burden of pet ownership. MORE
By Paige Johnson
Sept 6, 2016, 13:36
During severe weather, you do everything you can to protect your home and family. For many people, that also includes protecting their dog. If you are a new dog owner, you may not have thought about the importance of preparing your pup for severe weather. Yet, preparing your dog for thunder, hurricanes, flooding, and other severe weather events is just as important as house training, leash training, and crate training. We share some of the most effective tips for preparing your new dog for severe weather here, so that you can be sure to protect your entire family when Mother Nature is at her worst. MORE
By Merritt Johnson
Mar 4, 2005, 20:38
First you hear barking behind the door about ankle-high when you knock, more of a friendly “Hello” than a vicious warning. Then the door opens and they are staring, eyes wide, heads tilted, their way of checking you out. Then you sit down, and there’s the immediate jump in the lap, curl up and cuddle. As you sit and talk and scratch the warm, loving, sleeping furballs in your lap (never mind the suit), you suddenly realize you’ve just been suckered into falling in love with two Boston terriers, Bug and Fester. But this might never have been possible if actress and animal activist Rose McGowan (WB’s “Charmed”, “Scream”) hadn’t rescued them in her campaign to give mistreated Bostons loving homes. MORE