Lifestyle, Web Content

Why Adopt and Volunteer?

By Jashel Negron Blog Content Contributor As the weather gets colder and “ruffer” things get harder for stray animals. Yes, there are shelters who take in these stray animals, but according to dosomething.org, “Each year, approximately 2.7 million dogs and cats are killed every year because shelters are too full and there aren’t enough adoptive […]

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Mistakes That College Students Should Avoid As Pet Owners

By Austin Cowan Assistant Web Content Manager Dogs love their owners unconditionally but unfortunately some dog owners have factors in their life that make it hard to care for their pet. To all the future dog owners in the world, love your pets. Some owners lead lives too crazy to care for their pets appropriately. […]

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My Week With a Siberian Husky

By Cain Hernandez Blog Content Contributor A while back, my dad found a Siberian husky wandering through the streets. He was having trouble locating the owners, so I took it upon myself to take her in. When I laid my eyes on the dog, I instantly decided I was going to keep her. I sent a […]

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Best Five Reasons to Have a Pet

By Janessa Rutiaga Blog Content Contributor When it comes to having a pet in college, most of my friends and family advised against it. Everyone says “it’s too much money” or “they’ll take up too much of your time,” but despite these things, having a pet in college is still worth it. According to an article […]

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Guide Dogs of Texas Set to Recieve Their Degrees

By Sarah Bey News Reporter In Patterson Park in Austin, Texas, ­­some of man’s best friends will graduate from the Guide Dogs of Texas School. Guide Dogs of Texas is a non-­profit organization based in San Antonio and is one of the 11 internationally accredited schools by the Guide Dog Federation. Guide Dogs of Texas Marketing Manager […]

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Bring Your Best Friend to College

By Helen Wang Blog Content Contributor College is an unforgettable ride that everyone experiences differently. Whether you’re getting to know your new roommates or signing a lease to start your journey rooming with friends, there’s no denying that your new home away from home will be different from what you’re used to back at mom […]

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Canine Assisted Therapy Research Comes to Texas State

by: Allie Ibarra KTSW News   Texas State University’s Department of Counseling is conducting research on a very specific type of therapy that  involves kids and dogs. Hope and Healing with Kids and Canines is a study that uses canine-assisted play therapy to find out if dogs in the therapy room have a positive impact on […]

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