A startling reality is occurring in cities and towns throughout the United States: more than 9,000 dogs and cats are being killed in animal shelters, simply because they don't have a safe place to call home.
If your deck suffers from weathered wood, loose railings or dated balusters, you’re not alone. Consider these five ways you can update your deck and grow your real estate value:Add or update post caps – If you want to add a bit more pizzazz to your outdoor space, give your deck the Deckorators touch with classic copper post caps or solar powered caps that illuminate once the sun sets.
People across the country are feeling the winter blues after an unusually cold and snowy winter. But with warmer weather arriving soon, you can create a feeling of spring indoors and out with some simple do-it-yourself projects.
Roll up your sleeves and embrace the season of growth with these home and gardening tips:
Vests Save K-9s' Lives as They Protect and Serve Communities
A German Shepherd named Kilo was shot multiple times during a gun battle in Florida between police and a man suspected of shooting at officers earlier in the night. Fortunately for Kilo, he was wearing a protective vest, which saved his life.
Enter March 1 - April 30, 2014, to win a new coop and weekly prizes
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 26, 2014 – Poultry enthusiasts will have a chance to win everything needed to stage their own coup—from an actual brand new coop to a dozen pullet chicks—during the Nutrena Farm Team Challenge Sweepstakes. The online contest runs March 1 through April 30, 2014. Consumers can visitwww.FarmTeamChallenge.com to enter, print a coupon for a discount on poultry feed, and participate in an interactive “farm team” puzzle challenge.
Whether it’s the chill of winter or the heat of summer, our natural instincts are to adjust the indoor temperature so it is comfortable through every season. But if your home has any drafts or air leaks, expect indoor temperatures to fluctuate dramatically.
According to Chef Judson Allen, a "Next Food Network Star" finalist and chef who has maintained a 150-pound weight loss, Americans can take care of their hearts without sacrificing their favorite foods.