Roundup 105: Favorite Dog Articles & Videos of the Week
Quick reminder about these roundups; these are articles I find interesting, they don’t always represent my own feelings on a subject. Lately I’ve been getting some nasty e-mails the posts I’ve been including. So I just want to take a moment to clarify why I share what I share.
I include a variety of articles in these roundups. Some of them because they’re great resources on a particular subject, some because they gave me all the feels, some because they’re newsworthy, and some because I find them interesting. Some have opinions and/or perspectives that vary from my own.
I don’t share things I find outright hateful or deceitful, but I am willing to share thought provoking posts that make me see things from a different point of view. If that makes you mad then so be it. You can’t please everyone.
Favorite Dog Articles of the Week
From some great money saving tips to stem cell therapy for dogs with IVDD , here’s some of my favorite dog articles of the week. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
50 Ways to Save Money on Dog Expenses | Chasing Dog Tales
From measuring out your dogs food to rotating their toys to make them new again. Lots of great tips on how to save money on a variety of dog expenses. (by rotating your dogs toys you never have to worry about them becoming boring – it works like a charm)
Petsmart & Pit Bull Type Dogs | DZ’s Dog Adventures
Did you know that Petsmart excludes ‘bully breeds’ from their daycamp (doggie daycare)? If you’re not a fan of discriminatory policies what does this mean to you when it comes to their purchase of Chewy?
I Escaped an Abusive Relationship – Thanks to my Dogs | Vetstreet
It’s estimated that 65% of domestic violence victims delay leaving dangerous situations out of concern for their pets.
In the end, it was the dogs that saved me from the abuse. I had resigned myself to the fact that this was life as I would know it and had come to believe that I did not deserve any better. But as soon as I saw my dogs in danger, I knew I had to leave.
The Sad Truth About How Much I Care | Dr. Andy Roark
Interesting look at compassion from a veterinarian’s point of view.
Vet Uses Stem Cell Therapy to Keep IVDD Dogs Walking | Lessons From a Paralyzed Dog
Great interview about stem cell therapy, and how it’s being used to enhance the regeneration of damaged cells in dogs with IVDD.