I discovered Rover.com a few years ago when we were looking for a local pet sitter. We’re incredibly choosy when it comes to our pets and kenneling them isn’t an option. Our dogs are used to sleeping in our bed, laying on the couch, and generally being treated as a member of the family. The thought of them spending time in a cage is something we’re not ready to do.
I introduced Ellie, my son’s rescue dog last week. She’s a Brittany and Heeler mix who had been abused for years in Arizona. She was brought to Washington State through the kindness of a Brittany rescue group.
My son and his wife adopted Ellie, a Brittany, Heeler mix, through a rescue group a year ago. She seemed a great fit for their current pup, Roo, also a Heeler mix, who needed the interaction of another pet. But Ellie turned out not to be the young, high-energy dog the rescue group described.
We haven’t had a baby in the house for over 25 years, so why would we need a diaper pail? Because diapers aren’t the only household garbage that’s stinky and would benefit from the features a Bubula Steel Diaper Pail offers. In our home, our odorous waste is created by puppy potty pads. We use them in our senior dog’s bed to catch her “accidents”.
When it comes to feeding our four-legged friends in this family, we always look to provide them with safe and healthy products made from natural ingredients-not just because we want them to live a long, healthy life, but because they deserve it!
I have two small dogs and yes, I spoil them. How can I not, they’re so adorable and give me nothing but love. I know I’m not alone because the dog gift market has exploded over the last few years. Perhaps it’s because baby boomers like me are finding themselves home alone now that the kids have moved out