Canines and Felines of 2018: Which is More Intelligent?

The big debate about whether the dog or the cat is smarter than the other has been going on a while. Some may say the dog is smarter because dogs have a great sense of smell and their hearing is incredible. The dog can recognize many noises or sounds. However, the cat is a very solitary animal who finds out how the worlds works on its own. Well, the debate is over. We have the answers. Continue reading “Canines and Felines of 2018: Which is More Intelligent?”

Caring for Cats

Cats are unique. They are beautiful, agile, intelligent, and playful creatures. Every cat is a companion. While I’m repeating these adjectives that you’ve probably heard before, you might just not know how to take care of a cat. Continue reading “Caring for Cats”

Raising Money for Animal Allies Rescue Foundation

AARF

The Animal Allies Rescue Foundation (AARF) is raising money to help animals that are sick and injured. Animal Allies Rescue Foundation is an organization that helps pets like Charm City Pets (CCP) wants to do. CCP wants to spread their message so AARF can get the money they need to help sick and injured pets find the home they need with a loving family. CCP’s fundraising goal is at leat $100 to go to Animal Allies Rescue Foundation. If you want more information, go to their website by clicking here. Go to their ‘Donate’ page and tell them you want to help. Get involved!

Thanks for helping! – CCP

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Dogs of the Year: The Intelligence of Dogs

INTELLIGENCE OF DOGS

by Annabel Fogleman

For now, the Border Collie takes first place in intelligence like it did for the past years. Chaser is one of the top dogs in this case. Over time, she has learned 1,000 words for her vocabulary. In fact, she has learned most of the English grammar. Chaser has also learned the names of all of her toys. Surprisingly, Chaser has over 1,000 toys. This Border Collie is now known as the smartest dog in the world! Continue reading “Dogs of the Year: The Intelligence of Dogs”