If you were busy prepping for the 4th of July and missed out on some of our articles, don’t worry. Here are three excellent articles to get you caught up!
Our author Ellie is a favorite among “horsey people.” Her article this week does not disappoint! Tackling a controversy in the equestrian world, Ellie gives an in-depth look into the pros and cons of “clicking” at your horse. Although Ellie is pro-clicking, she doesn’t shy away from some of the issues with clicking and provides valuable insight to both sides of the argument. Not sure what we’re talking about? Head on over to Ellie’s article- she recorded some videos to demonstrate the “clicking”!
Are you a new cat owner who isn’t sure why your cat is purring? If so, this article is perfect for you! Our author Beth gives you the ins and outs of purring. She expertly describes how and why kittens and cats purr in a way that anyone could understand! Did you know that purring is common for big cats, too? If you read Beth’s article, you’ll learn that fact and plenty more! What are you waiting for- go check it out!
Our author Courtney explains why it’s important to visit shelter dogs on the 4th of July. Though the holiday has already passed for this year, it’s a great idea to read this article to get prepared for next year’s festivities! There are tons of great reasons why you should visit shelters during July 4th celebrations. The best part of all? You don’t have to do anything difficult! All you have to do is call your local shelter, see if they’re accepting volunteers, and then hang out with some cute animals for a couple of hours! Read this article for more information on how you can help!
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