Friday, November 11

Join the NH Humane Society for our always eagerly anticipated Annual Black Friday Adopt-a-Thon, now with even more dogs and puppies looking for a fur-ever home. Read More

Tuesday, October 18

Legend has it, blues harpist in the smoky bars in the south side of Chicago circa 1930’s, would soak their harmonicas in bourbon. The idea was, it didn’t sound bluesy enough, and the bourbon gave the attitude by proxy of the player. Experts nowadays argue that the practice expanded the reeds and comb allowing an inconsistent tone when played. Read More

Tuesday, October 4

Autumn is perhaps the most favourite time of year for many, especially those of us lucky enough to live in the North East. The young and the young at heart with a penchant for dressing up and possessing a sweet tooth, will find Halloween a truly fun annual event.     Halloween, a.k.a. Samhain per pagan and old Scottish-Celtic tradition, variously named Old Hallows Eve, Old Hallowmas; always celebrated on October 31; marks the end of the old year and the beginning of the new year accordingly to these “olde worlde” theologies.   Read More

Wednesday, September 21

The name of your pet can directly impact how people perceive you the pet owner, as well as your pet itself and to some extent, how your pet perceives you. Let me give you an example. When my daughter was six years old, my wife and I made the decision to get a dog. Actually, I wore my wife down with constant pleading for years. She was attacked by a neighbor’s dog when she was young. To say the least she was not a fan of dogs. The canine perpetrator was a large breed dog. Part of my persuasive argument was, “We’ll get a small dog, like a cocker spaniel, what can go wrong?” Read More

Friday, July 22

Who doesn’t love a nice portly, jovial cat?  The sheer rotundity of felines should be in direct proportion to their good humor and amiable demeanors.  Oh, but wait, we are discussing cats after all, who as a species, demand complete dominion over all mere mortals.  We are therefore; taking extreme liberties thinking we can control something as mundane in their lives as, well, their weight.  Read More

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