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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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Misplaced Affection

By Dedrion Weweh Blog Content Contributor When I received my first pet, I was 18 years old with a minimal interactive upbringing involving animals. Little did I know, they also become members of the family. College facilitates pet-ownership and San Marcos is a conducive area for animal enthusiasts with a deeply embedded community. Texas State […]

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Cats and Their Calls

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor It’s 7 AM and you’re wondering why your furry friend won’t stop begging you to get up and feed them. Jumping on your chest, licking you until you’re at your most uncomfortable. Your thoughts may sound a bit like: “How did this animal train you to wake up at […]

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College Animal Adoption: Things to Consider

By Edgardo Hernandez, Jr. Blog Content Contributor College can be a great period of someone’s life. Over the years come new experiences and adventures, bringing both stress and excitement! The stress can be easily managed by some quality time with friends or family. Although this seems like a great stress reliever, not many college students […]

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Alternate Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

By Janessa Rutiaga Blog Content Contributor There are two types of people on Valentines Day. The type that love it and go full force into it, or the type that avoid it at all costs. Personally, I feel like I usually fall into the latter category. I don’t hate the day, but I’ve never really celebrated […]

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Keep Your Pets Warm During the Winter

By Alisa Pierce Blog Content Contributor Winter has finally hit the San Marcos area and boy, is it cold. Many are finding themselves layering up just to survive walking from class to class. However, something a lot of students are forgetting is not only to bundle themselves up, but also their pets. Here are some […]

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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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My First Pet Leaves My Side

By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor Growing up I never had my own pet. I mean I had fishes, rabbits, chicks and a turtle; but not a dog or cat I could call my own. The only time I tried having a pet that required more care (a ferret), I couldn’t even keep it for a month. […]

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