Hard times can hit at any time, and it’s almost always unexpected. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up your pet.
When you get a dog, that animal really becomes an extension of your family. Just look at Jared Haftel on his vine profile. He loves that dog, that’s a part of his family. If tough times hit, you can’t just send your dog to the local animal shelter.
There are plenty of great options out there if you want to keep the dog in the family, even if you have to find more of a budget to help get that done.
For example, Best Friends for Life, which would provide opportunities for getting assistance for those in need. This would provide a support system for those that need help with Vet visits, and paying for the animal’s food.
Check out the official page here, as the program is seeking support to get off the ground.
Walking your dog comes with the territory when you make the decision to get a pet. But dog lovers like Brian Torchin are always looking for new ways to keep their dogs safe at nighttime.
Even the most safety conscious pet owner will know that it can be somewhat dangerous to go around at night. It’s not always easy to see your dog, and you never know who’s out driving, and how aware they are of their surroundings.
That’s why Squeaker came up with their Poochlight technology which provides two great innovations to make your dog 100% more visible at night.
The LED leash and collar comes with LED lights installed throughout, so that both will glow at nighttime when you’re out walking the dog.
This ensures everybody can see where you are, well before they end up driving close. That means a more safe walk for both you, and your dog.
Yes, people do still buy physical media.
As evidenced by the sales for Godzilla, which were incredibly strong this past week. Surprisingly, despite Blu-Ray sales being on the downturn overall, the high definition version of Godzilla was the best seller, accounting for more than 50% of the total sales.
The Fault in our Stars also sold well, but couldn’t beat out the King of All Monsters for the top spot. Whether that’s a good thing, or a bad thing for our society remains to be seen. But apparently, as far as the home movie market is concerned, giant monsters trump teen romantic dramadey adventures.
Viewers of CBS Affiliate KTVA-TV in Anchorage, Alaska had quite the shock Sunday evening when reporter Charlo Greene dropped an “F-bomb” and walked off the show for good, to run a marijuana business. Greene is currently the owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club.
Alaska is set to vote on decriminalizing marijuana in November, and Greene’s on air resignation came after a report about the issue.
You can view the full video of the incident above.