The Library’s Pets Neighborhood has many wonderful pet memoirs. Come check them out.
My name is Marta Miles, and I have been a reference librarian at TSCPL for 29 years. I'm a life-long animal lover and owner. I've owned guinea pigs, hamsters, fish, dogs, rabbits, and birds. I currently share my abode with a Bernese Mountain Dog named Boomer and a cockatiel named Piper. Come see me if you have questions about the Pets Neighborhood. You can also contact me if you have questions about books in our Home Neighborhood.
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Any pet can have an unexpected injury or accident. It is important to be prepared before this happens in order to think clearly and act quickly during this stressful time.
You’re at a pet store looking for a small pet to purchase when you spot the turtles and tortoises. At first glance, they appear to be an easy pet to have in your home. There are, however, important things to consider before purchasing a pet turtle or tortoise.
October is Energy Awareness Month. Learn some fall and winter energy savings tips from energy.gov.
October is Adopt-a-Dog Month, and the Library has a number of books about the joys of rescuing a shelter dog.
If you are thinking about adding goats or sheep to your homestead, check out the books in the Library’s Pets Neighborhood.
Learn how to become more self-sufficient by checking out books from the Home Neighborhood.
The Library subscribes to several pet-related magazines. One of these is Bird Talk magazine. If you are the owner of a pet bird or are thinking about buying a pet bird, this is a great magazine for you to read.
Keep your pet bird healthy with these tips on proper nutrition.
Living in a small space can be challenging. Learn some tips for decorating your cozy domain.
If you are wanting to get a pet bird for the first time, choose a cockatiel. Learn more about these charming little birds.