As a recent Boston resident, I have spent the past few months obsessively researching apartment prices, housing markets, and whether or not I had enough savings to make it here. I compared New York City to Boston, Boston to Austin, and then Boston to cardboard boxes. Kidding, kind of because cardboard boxes costs eventually add up too..Read More
Every year we pack our bags, book our flights and return home for the holidays. The holidays for many are a time of stress and forced conversation with our long lost relatives that we see once a year, and hopefully no more. Now that the majority of the holidays are over, check out three conversation starters to make for a painless New Years Eve!
Thinking about buying a loved one a new pet for the holidays? Check out some of my top tips for how to have a PAWesome holiday this year!
- Confirm they have time for a pet. There is nothing worse than getting someone a new family memember only to find out that they don't have the time to dedicate to a new full time pet job. In the months following the holidays, shelters often fill up to capacity due to unwanted presents being returned. That is cruel not only to the new pet parent, but to the pet and the shelter as well.
Although Pit Friendly Boston was originally insipired by one dog in particular, Zoey, I actually happen to find myself in a family where dogs are everywhere. The person to dog ratio currently sits at 6:4. Keep in mind this blog post is being written before Christmas, which means anything can happen and those numbers could change (cough, mom, cough).Read More
Making your new space pit bull friendly is a lot like making your apartment kid friendly. Check out my five top recommendations for making your new space pit bull friendly.Read More
Pit Bull FAQs: Debunking some old wives' tales about the pit bull!
- Pit bulls are aggressive - False. Just like people, pit bulls are all unique, and all dog owners are responsible for their own animal. I know plenty of dogs who prefer people over other dogs, and dogs over people. It is all about knowing your animal and avoiding situations they might find stressful. Would you force your friend to hang around their ex-partner? No, because that is not fair to your friend for putting them into that sitatuion!