Our pets – whether they have fins, fur, feathers, or scales – are integral parts of the family here at Life in a House. They make us smile when we’re down, they give love unconditionally, and they depend on us to remain healthy, safe, and secure.
The thought of a rodent infestation in your home is not pleasant, but many people experience problems with rodents at some point. Besides the damage they can cause, rodents can also be responsible for transmitting [read more]
Even if you can’t see, smell, or taste danger, your dog can. Mollyanna knows when the boys or hubby are sick, and she never once leaves my side (unless nature calls) when I am having a seizure. She lays beside me and will bark to alert the guys if something is wrong with me.
Dogs are incredible animals. We’re going to discuss the importance of training as well as how to train them to stand by you forever, guarding your home and your life. Read on to find out how! [read more]
Life in a House of Testosterone and friends are pleased to bring you another giveaway from our Christmas Giveaways selection! One lucky winner will receive a free copy of Susie’s Hope DVD. Giveaway hosted by: [read more]
Ever have one of those moments when your brain starts screaming at you, “Enough already! I can’t take anymore!” Yep, that’s what happened to me on Friday afternoon. I have been dealing with stupid insomnia [read more]
Are you ready for whatever Mother Nature might dish out? According to a recent survey from the folks at Ready.gov show that nearly 60% of respondents do NOT have a household emergency plan with instructions for [read more]
National Pet Day. Isn’t it absolutely wonderful that our entire nation has devoted an entire day to loving on our pets and helping to raise awareness to the pet population in America? Much love goes [read more]