Did you know that in a survey by PetFinder, a whopping 95% of rescue groups have pets they would label as “hard to adopt”?
It’s heartbreaking, but numerous factors can cause pet parent-wannabes to consider an animal as “less adoptable”.
And while Adopt-a-Less-Adoptable Pet Week usually falls in September, many pets worldwide still wait for their forever family all year round.
For this reason, we’re going to tackle dog fashion ideas in this article to help less adoptable anim ...
It's February, and that means that Valentine's Day is around the corner. Whether you want to show your love for your four-legged sidekick, or give a thoughtful gift to a special someone, we think you'll find something you love on BarkYours. Check out some of our heart-y favorites below. And visit www.barkyours.com to see much more
Prancinghound has a heart-themed mug for you. Look for your breed, and, if you don't see it, you can make a request directly to Prancinghound!
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November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month, a month dedicated to helping older pets find homes. Senior pets have so much love and compassion to give, yet they are often overlooked in shelters and tend to have the hardest time finding new homes. In honor of this important cause, BarkYours pulled together a list of the top five reasons we believe you should consider adopting a senior dog:
With age comes wisdom: a senior dog has been around the block, and he/ she likely has the experience to k ...
The leaves are starting to change colors, the air is brisk, and, for many of us, our favorite holiday full of treats (and tricks) is around the corner. Yes, it’s Fall, and almost time for Halloween. Summer may be over, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. Whether you are cozy-ing up at home, or enjoying the outdoors, here are some of our favorite Fall finds to get you started:
Decorative Pillows for Fall
We love these pillows year-round, but here’s an extra special one fo ...
Dog people are a certain breed. They happen to be my favorite breed, but I admit I’m a little biased. There are some things only we dog people can relate to, but that’s ok because I know I’m in good company. Here are some of my favorites.
What’s on your list?
Dog people need king-sized beds. Heck, if it was feasible we’d probably push two of those king-sized beds together. Because dogs are the worst bed hogs, but there’s no way we’re kicking them off the bed.