Name a Service Puppy, Honor a Service Member

Parents, spouses and friends of fallen troops who fear that their loved one will be forgotten can get help from an organization that serves veterans and wounded warriors through both training service dogs and placing them in permanent homes remembers service members in a unique way — by naming puppies after them. Warrior Canine Connection (WCC) ... more

Wounded Warrior Programs

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Wounded veterans face additional issues when attempting to go back to school. The DoD and Department of Veterans Affairs have several programs designed to help them achieve their education and career goals. Select any of the following links to learn more about veteran education Wounded Warior education support programs offered by the DoD and VA... more

19 Things Must Have Parents Never Say

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Must-Have Parents are a breed apart. We have our own way of doing things. What's normal for us might seem unusual to conventional parents, and what's normal for them probably seems a little strange to us. With that in mind, here are 19 conventional sentences that you probably won't hear a MHP saying:  19. "You're going to be in big trouble when... more

Don't Let the Slobber Fool You, Your Dog Could Be a Brainiac

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — When her muscles locked and left her unable to move or speak, Wallis Brozman was glad she had a genius for a service dog. Brozman, who has a movement disorder called dystonia, had taken her golden-Labrador retriever mix, Caspin, outside for a potty break without attaching the pulling harness he wears to guide ... more

Should You Have Pet Insurance?

Ever been to the vet and seen a flyer or advertisement for pet insurance, and wondered if it was a good idea to protect your animals with pet insurance? For more on helping you choose, and the options available, visit this Paycheck Chronicles article. more

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