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4 Ways Having A Pet Helps Keep Pests Out Of Your House

4 Ways Having A Pet Helps Keep Pests Out Of Your House

Nobody likes to have a house full of pests, but many people aren’t exactly sure how to keep them out. One little known way that can keep pests away from your home is having a pet. This may seem a bit counter-intuitive, but there are a number of ways that […]

by × June 22, 2016 × Comments are Disabled

Pets

Catting Around? 5 Irregular Cat Behaviors and How To Treat Them

Catting Around? 5 Irregular Cat Behaviors and How To Treat Them

Since cats can’t speak, it is often difficult to determine when something is bothering them. Cats usually let problems be known through actions that are irregular of their normal personas. Below, we take a look at 5 of these irregular cat behaviors and offer some advice as to how to […]

by × June 26, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

Pets

Pets and a Lowered Risk of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD: Heart Disease)

Pets and a Lowered Risk of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD: Heart Disease)

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the No. 1 leading cause of mortality in the United States is heart disease. The number of heart disease-related deaths is 5 times greater than all accidental (unintentional injury) deaths combined, according to the CDC. Typically caused by poor lifestyle […]

by × October 31, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

Home Improvement

How to Keep Safe During Your DIY Project

How to Keep Safe During Your DIY Project

Many people these days are choosing to get their hands dirty and do their own DIY projects at home. This can be a great way to save money while still getting those home improvements that you’ve always wanted. But remember, there can be many hazards when working with power tools […]

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Family & Personal

Choosing A Host Family When Studying Abroad

Choosing A Host Family When Studying Abroad

Deciding to study abroad is one of the most beneficial things you can do to enhance your CV and expand your perspectives on the world. On its own, international study does wonders for proving your independence and adaptability, but when combined with a host family stay (as opposed to renting your […]

by × May 7, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

Pets

Three Dog Training Solutions for Busy Pet Parents

Three Dog Training Solutions for Busy Pet Parents

Training your dog is practically a full time job. A well-behaved dog requires strict supervision and repetitive reinforcement, and all the research and experimentation take even more time out of an already busy schedule. Owners who balance multiple responsibilities like work, school, or parenting have to think outside the box. […]

by × May 3, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

Finance, Law

I’m Spending So Much On Pets – How To Trim Down The Costs

I’m Spending So Much On Pets – How To Trim Down The Costs

Having your own pet is fun. I must say that pets can release one’s stress. But I will have to add that having a pet is not for everyone. You need to be responsible or else, the animal’s health will be in jeopardy. As the stewards of these friends, there […]

by × April 24, 2013 × Comments are Disabled