I’ll be honest. When it comes to raising a puppy, you only get one chance to do it right, and it’s not going to be a walk in the park. But I promise you, when you build the foundation strong and right, your puppy is going to be well prepared for life! However, if your dog fails, the sad truth is you could have done better. Practise patience – that’s what will take your dog far. And, okay, maybe this isn’t everything, but all the points below are definitely important things I learnt while raising my Singapore Special. Good things must share right? I wish you and your doggo well! Understand what is Responsible Pet Ownership (RPO) Animal Veterinary Service (AVS), a cluster under NParks, says it best: “The decision to keep a pet should never be taken lightly. Once you are a pet owner, you have to be committed to your pet for its entire life. At no time should abandoning it be an option.” Some criteria that AVS spells out for RPO: Feed your pet regular nutritious and … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about raising a puppy
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Every day for the last month or so, roughly 2 million to 3 million coronavirus vaccines have been injected into arms across the United States. And with each shot, with each vaccine selfie posted to social media, the eventual end of the pandemic inches ever closer. As the vaccine rollout has improved, more than 140 million Americans have now received at least one dose. But in parts of the country, officials have slowly shifted their focus from issues of supply to issues of demand . In some states where demand for a shot is flattening , those in charge of the rollout are now doing everything they can to try to convince the vaccine holdouts . That has included enlisting trusted local doctors and church pastors as well as producing a star-studded TV special . But, for many people, conversations with friends and family members are the most influential method. BuzzFeed News asked readers to share their experiences convincing wary loved ones to sign up for a COVID-19 … [Read more...] about Guilt Trips And Withholding Grandkids: How People Convinced Loved Ones To Get A Vaccine
If You Were Born Today, April 30 You possess much in the way of common sense as well as a very practical nature. You have a straightforward manner, but you are also capable of great imagination. You can be quite determined, independent, and some might call you stubborn. Thoughtful and considerate, you enjoy making others happy in small but important ways. ► Aries March 21 - April 20 ► Leo July 24 – August 23 Your moon becomes negative, you may have detachment with responsibilities, you have given. You also expend more in purchasing worthless stuffs, which may increase negativity in the house or office. You are advised to keep an eye on your opponents and rivals, otherwise you may be victim of conspiracy. ► Sagittarius November 23 -December 22 Your moon becomes negative , you may feel dull, it is advised to keep your mind cool, its golden rule for you to think twice before any act. You may be travel to recover your money, otherwise you may lose your … [Read more...] about HOROSCOPE: What Your Stars Say Today, April 30
THIS GLAM granny says she's constantly mistaken for her grandson's mum when they're out in public and people often think her daughter is her sister. At just 35, Casey Maree Seckold, of Sydney, Australia, is grandmother to Ashton, one, by her youngest daughter Nakita, 18. The best part about being a young nan, in Casey's opinion, is that you have the energy to keep up with the youngsters. “It’s great that you have the energy to keep up with your child and it’s also fantastic when they get to their teens, because you can still remember your own," said Casey, who is also mum to student Annaliese, 19, who does not have children. “When I am out at the shops with Ashton and his mum, Nakita, people just assume I am his mother and talk to me about him. “And it’s very flattering to be mistaken for his mum and not his granny!” “They also think Nakita is my sister, not my daughter! The fact we’re mistaken for sisters just makes me laugh!” Becoming a grandmother so young … [Read more...] about I became a granny at 35 – I’m mistaken for my grandson’s mum, it’s flattering & I’ve got energy to keep up with my kids
When Kelly was raped by a boy she met on Instagram at the age of 15, she turned not to her parents but to her tuition teacher. In the end, he helped to report the case to the police. As a parent myself, I felt heartsick as I listened to Kelly recount her ordeal to my colleagues Amelia Teng and Rachel Quek. It is a double-whammy: a child who was sexually violated and then felt unable, for whatever reason, to turn to the two adults who brought her into this world. Sadly, Kelly's experience is not uncommon. In producing a documentary, InstaSex, my colleagues found that being hunted by sexual predators on social media is all too common for many young boys and girls here. And yet, many find it difficult to talk to their parents - no matter how deep or unconditional their love - about what they are going through. Polytechnic student Parveen Kaur, who has been the target of men trying to groom her, sending her pictures of their genitals and asking her for sex since she … [Read more...] about Why aren’t we more outraged about social media predators?