Oh, the weather outside is frightful!
We’ve been stuck indoors with snow, ice, and temperatures below freezing. It’s supposed to warm up to the low 30s today (fingers crossed!), but finding ways to keep the dogs busy and exercised in the house has been challenging. We’ve had to get creative!
If you have a puppy or adult dog with lots of energy, you know how much work it is to keep your pet entertained. And you’ve probably noticed how your dog’s stress level—and yours—goes up when he’s not getting enough exercise. High-energy dogs can develop behavior problems if they don’t get enough exercise and stimulation.
Two Albuquerque locals have set up a Christmas tree display downtown all to benefit the local chapter of Feeding Pets of the Homeless. Organizers Ed Candelaria and Marq Smith have set up 17 of their own Christmas trees at the corner of Gold and 2nd St. which are visible for people driving or walking past the window displays. Each of the 17 trees has its own unique theme and in the lower corner of the window is a QR code where people can scan it on their phone and will be taken to the Go Fund Me page set up for the event.
Stealing boxes of chocolates. Climbing the tree. Eating the decorations. When it comes to celebrating the holidays at home, many of the things that make the season merry and bright for humans are potential dangers to four-legged family members.
Videos of dogs chasing their tails may have people laughing on YouTube, but tail-chasing may be nothing to laugh at. Here’s what I told a reader.
Q: Why do dogs chase their tails?
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