Buying a bed for your dog should be no different than buying a bed for yourself. It sounds simple to go down to your local pet store and pick out something cute for your equally cute dog, but it is important to remember that with dog beds, one size does not fit all, and it is very important to take into consideration your dog’s size and health conditions in order to select a bed that’s right for them. Older and larger dogs especially need a proper, comfortable bed—an orthopedic bed. ...

Whether you’re expecting a baby with Down syndrome or your child has already been born, you may be wondering whether your infant will need special care.  Your care routine for a baby with Down syndrome may differ slightly from that of a typically developing child, but you can expect the experience to be no less rewarding. ...

Supply teaching is vital to the smooth running of a school. Right now, schools are relying on supply teachers more than ever – meaning that there is huge demand for teachers who can cover staff shortages. ...

Buying a puppy can be an exciting experience.  They come in fluffy little packages with big cute eyes and a tendency to destroy half of your house.   ...

The best thing you can do as a parent when your child misbehaves is to teach them why their behavior is unacceptable. As a parent, you have to teach them how to do what you tell them to do, how to get along with other kids, and how to refrain from splattering food around when they eat. ...

One of the most treasured times of the year is sure to be the holiday season. Whether you’re excited about fixing a turkey to share with your friends and family or you can’t wait to put up the Christmas decorations, you’re sure to be ready to do so. One of the times that families tend to get together the most is during this special time of the year. However, you may notice some alcoholic drinking issues when you come together. By being aware of some warning signs, this can enable you to work to get this individual some assistance...

Wine, you’re drunk, go home. There you are, at the end of your hectic day, kids in bed, husband playing games on his phone again, and you on your third glass of Pinot. Now, you don’t pour just any glass, definitely not that B.S. pour that they give you in the restaurant. ...

One of the hardest parts about being a parent of a teenager is the fine balance between setting rules for your child but also having an open relationship where your teen can come to you if they are dealing with grown up issues such as drugs.  Having “the talk” about drug and alcohol abuse can be a little awkward but very necessary for you and your child.  A new report from the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University found that 75% of all high school students have used alcohol, tobacco or other drugs...

Just because the season of summer has passed it doesn’t mean you need to let it go. Summer can live on, both in your heart and in your home. It may not be warm enough outside for sunbathing, but it can be warm enough inside, at least once in awhile, for a home beach party or at least a day without a ton of extra layers. ...

For much of the world, the holiday season is one that is filled with cold weather. Some people love the cold weather because it means they get to bundle up in scarves and sweaters and hit the mountain to spend hours embracing their favorite winter sport. For others, the winter season is met with dread. Driving in the snow, being cold all the time, and having more days of overcast skies than sun is a reality that is hard to swallow. ...

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