I don’t judge everyone that’s surrendered a pet – I’ve done it too. Now I bet that changed your opinion of me at least a little, and what sort of pet owner I could possibly be. But please read on before you judge. The Conversations We Have About Surrendering a Pet I don’t know what’s going on lately but there’s been a huge amount of discussions going around about owners surrendering their pets. You know…"Why I Can’t Judge Everyone Whose Surrendered a Pet"
When giving condolences to someone whose lost a pet I try to keep it simple. But that wasn’t always the case, I used to be a bumbling idiot. In my nervousness I’d over compensate and say a lot of stupid things. And it wasn’t until I was on the receiving end that I realized how horrible some of things I’d said really were. There isn’t one magical thing you can say that to alleviate someone’s…"3 Things Not to Say After Someone Loses Their Dog"
If there’s one thing that really bugs me when it comes to dog training articles it’s the inclusion of the word guaranteed. I don’t use it because A) I’m not a dog trainer, and B) I don’t think there are guarantees when it comes to training. I write a lot about training, and I try my best to keep it informative rather than definite. I’m very careful with the wording I use. I say “this…"Why I Don’t Like Seeing The Word Guaranteed in Dog Training Articles"