Every dog has its day and they could soon be able to have one such day with some of our military heroes living in State run Veterans homes and facilities, thanks to legislation being sponsored by New Jersey State Senator Anthony Bucco.
Yesterday was a big learning experience for my family. I posted about my close encounter with a huge, hungry hawk while playing outside with our puppy Fozzie yesterday and it was intense. Imagine this thing starring you down!
I'm from Jersey born and raised and I have to say one of the things I love about Jersey is that I'm 100 percent comfortable here. I know Jersey. I love Jersey. After moving around the country for my radio job it really feels like a huge exhale to be home. I like that I don't get too much nature here.
My kids are going CRAZY being homebound in a COVID winter. Today for example I caught my daughter sitting on the top of our wood floor staircase on a dog bed as a make-shift sled and as I screamed, "nooooo" she threw herself and our puppy down the stairs for a thrill. After making sure no one had to go to the emergency room I asked her why she did it and she said she was so board that she just had to do it. That's why I'm listing some places to hit asap to relieve this kid (and yours) of cabin fever. Here are some local boardwalk spots to keep you and your kids sane during the winter!
At the Jersey Shore, we love our dogs with all our heart. For example, have you ever felt that you love your dog more than most people? Have you ever had a long day at work and all you can think of is going home and cuddling up with your pooch? We love them purely and deeply which really is amazing when you think about the fact that you’ve never even had a conversation with them. It got me wondering, is there a scientific way to know if they actually love us back? Also, there anything we can do to strengthen that bond? After lots of research, the answer is YES and YES!
This is an update to an earlier story that we brought to you. Few weeks ago we told you about Ginger the husky that was found left in a cage in the Barnegat woods with no food or water. Luckily Ginger was found by a local resident and turned over to authorities.