Dog-toting commuters in NYC: a funny bite on the Big Apple subway

As a tourist, I have enjoyed New York’s public transit on all levels – easy-to-hail cab rides, local buses with no shortage of routes, and of course the subway; where anything goes- literally. The MTA recently placed restrictions on non-service dogs by requiring that they be contained in a carrier or bag when riding the…

10 Good Dog Breeds for Apartment Lifestyles

Angela Pearse is a blogger for Zumper. Zumper is a large start-up for rental properties and Angela offers this blog for the benefit of our canine-loving clients: When it comes to the best apartment dogs, you need to do a little research to ensure harmonious adaptation. While small dogs tend to make the best companions…

At the Rainbow Bridge with your Pet?

We share this chapter from our book “The World According to Dog”, to inspire and encourage all of you who encounter that heart-wrenching moment when it’s time to say goodbye. (From Chapter 39: PEACEFUL PASSING)*: “While we devote our lives to our pets, receiving equal faithful¬ness in return, the inevitable and painful end to our…

Dogs and Cats -Everyone’s Media Darlings

Has anyone else noticed the amount of advertisements that employ dogs and cats to sell consumer goods and services beyond routine pet products? Do we notice at all, or are we simply responding with a neural impulse that just makes us feel warm and fuzzy all over? Given that over 65% of today’s households include…