An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) isn’t a regular pet. Unlike service dogs, ESDs are not trained to perform certain tasks. Their sole purpose is to be a source of comfort and compassion for their owners. This article will touch on all aspects of Emotional Support Dogs and show you how to register your own.
Keeping reptiles can feel very confusing sometimes! Each one is an incredibly unique species, each with their own requirements, and it can feel like you need a degree in herpetology to manage them! Here are five of the most unique traits of reptiles – and what to do to promote the positive welfare of your reptile!
You’re probably familiar with the raccoon. They look cute and cuddly, but they’re not the friendliest creature towards humans. Because you can’t get to know them, you may not know some of these fun facts about the furry creatures. Here are 5 things you never knew about raccoons.
Although many of us think about keeping chickens for only their eggs and meat, they also make great companion animals!
What could be more of a delight than seeing these magnificent white lions living freely. We were so fortunate to see these cubs and their mother.
Three formidable tiger sharks cruised toward me…eyeing me in a manner suggesting I might make a fine lunch, or at least a suitable appetizer.
Have you ever seen a wolf just glide
Across the field or through the wood
It is truly a vision to behold
A dance of nature with grace and trust!
“I don’t necessarily do things “by the book.” I trust my instincts and let my drawing take form one pencil stroke at a time. It leads to a state of stillness where time appears to stand still. I feel connected to my subject.’ – Geraldine Simmons
I appreciate many forms of photography but have a passion for wildlife, birds in flight and birds of prey in particular. There is something about the predatory process of search, locate, attack and consume that fascinates me today as it did 40 years ago as a kid.
Yesterday, I lost Bella and the grief is so stark. She died so rapidly, I didn’t have time to sear her into my mind, and I am left with so very little of her.