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Every year, I ask my CPA if there is a way to write off my pets. Every year, he laughs at me. It makes me feel like Scarlet from Gone with the Wind...
"But, sir,” I plead. “I am the only form of support for these animals! I feed them, provide shelter, give them training, pay for doggie daycare, make sure they are clothed; why, I even cover their medical expenses!"
Like Scarlet’s father, my CPA stares at me with his piercing blue eyes. “Now, Ms. Stacy, it’s just that the IRS don’t see animals that way. To them, those animals are just plain ol’ property - the same as that tree over yonder.”
“Do you mean to tell me that these creatures mean nothing to those awful tax people? That land and money is the only thing worth fightin’ for? Worth dyin’ for?”
“Why, land and money is the only thing that lasts, Ms. Stacy,” says my CPA. “Now, you go on home and let the menfolk take care of this. Taxes just ain’t fit for a lady as gentle as you to be fussin’ over.”Read More
Many will be spending Valentine's Day with their pets, which in our book is the best place to be! But, they don't make many cards for distribution by pets, so we wanted to take care of that for you this year.
If your dogs and cats could talk, we think this is what they would say to you - their most favorite pet people - on this special day...
We hope you'll share with your friends who are also spending Valentine's Day with their pets.Read More
We get all manner of products in for review and it's been tough to get really long reviews written every day (and even harder for you guys to keep up with the reading), so we decided to group our finds into weekly favorites. These are some pet products that we think you and your pets will adore.
Today, we're focusing on cats and some products that will help keep them healthy (in honor of February being Cat Health Month).
Here's a look at some of the impressive things we've seen this week. Look for these to be in future articles with a closer look on how you can use each of them in your cat's daily life.Read More
A barking dog is an annoyance to neighbors as well as owners. Often it’s difficult to get a dog to stop barking, particularly if they are bored and just “nuisance” barking. In most states, barking dogs fall under "nuisance" laws or "noise" laws. That means you can be rightfully cited by police, and maybe even have your dogs impounded, if they are barking continuously. The good news is that there are many ways to train your dog to stop barking even when you’re not at home.
Most people never even know their dogs are being a nuisance while they are away at work. If you're the neighbor of a barking dog, there are certain steps to take to stop the behavior.
To begin with, it's important to let your neighbor know and give them a chance to resolve the problem before calling authorities. If you're the owner of a barking dog, you need to understand that some people have napping children or work from their home, and so this can be a big problem.
But, let's focus on how to stop the problem once you've established there is one.
First off, you will need to determine why your dog is barking...Read More
There is a lot of interest in chicken keeping these days. With the cost of food skyrocketing, chickens can be a huge benefit to you and your family, even if you have no plans to eat them.
They provide fresh, organic eggs. They even provide natural pest control, can help rid a garden of parasites (but watch your produce!) and they can be very affectionate!
Not only that, they are hilarious to watch each day. Chickens each have their own personalities and watching these birds get into things (that they're usually not supposed to get into), explore the yard and pens, and just watching the ways they interact with one another can keep you entertained for hours.
But, before you jump into chicken-keeping full-time, ask yourself these five questions...Read More
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