How your family can celebrate National Pet Month in May – reblogged from Spartan Echo

Now in its 27th year, National Pet Month is a celebration of the mutual benefits shared between people and their pets. For rescue-animal advocate Cheryl Smith, who founded a non-profit that assists pets in need, the May observance is a time to recognize many of the things that really matter in life. “How we treatContinue reading “How your family can celebrate National Pet Month in May – reblogged from Spartan Echo”

An easy Saturday morning with my sleepy pony… <3

Got to the farm yesterday morning and found the boy comfortably adapted to his summertime routine of spending more time in the field; taking the quiet morning hours for a proper sleep at the bottom of the field – in the shade of the cottages and looking completely peaceful. In winter, I so rarely getContinue reading “An easy Saturday morning with my sleepy pony… <3”

Blossom, ducklings and getting back to summer routines – Hello May! 

It’s hard to believe we are already over half-way through May already and hurtling towards half-way through 2016 – but with the weather finally holding, heat in the air from first thing and the skies blue more days than not, summer is pretty much here; and has brought with it all its usual beauty andContinue reading “Blossom, ducklings and getting back to summer routines – Hello May! “

Introducing Rats – Pt 1 – The Ladies

One of the most rewarding things I find about owning pet rats is watching their interactions with each other and the way they relate to each other. Rats are such social animals and rely very strongly on the group dynamic in terms of their survival and happiness. Introducing new rats into a group or oneContinue reading “Introducing Rats – Pt 1 – The Ladies”

“Tips on Moving with Your Pets” – reblogged from anchoragealaskaliving

Reblogged from anchoragealaskaliving.. Thought they were some useful tips! “It’s a kind of hassle when moving from one home to another. Usually, grownups are busy supervising everything, stress levels are high. Movers walk in and out with all the valuables through narrow doorways and along tight corners. Children keep on running around, often noisy and/orContinue reading ““Tips on Moving with Your Pets” – reblogged from anchoragealaskaliving”