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6 Things To Help You Through Pet Loss Grief

6 Things To Help You Through Pet Loss Grief

Category: Dog Life
Losing a pet can be one of the most devastating experiences a guardian can go through. Grief is a profound emotion that challenges us to stop and honour our loss. It asks us to take the time to heal. The following ideas may help you to navigate through this difficult process. more
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Bath-Time Made Easy

Category: Dog Life
The dream: the Ridalco Stainless Steel dog bath, fully equipped with everything you need to make bath-time a breeze! Think extra-high backsplash panels, tethers to secure your dog, and a ramp for easy access. Consider how much you'll save at the groomer's and this dog bath pays for itself in a snap! From $1099. more
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When Death Comes as a Surprise

Category: Dog Life
As an animal communicator, I often work with animals that are sick and sometimes dying. It is an aspect of my work that I love. Oftentimes a dog that is getting ready to die will have so much to say to his people. He will give last minute advice on what his beloved two-legged mom and dad need to work on—mom needs to start painting again, dad needs to make more time for exercise, don’t worry so much about the kids—these are things I hear so often from dogs that are leaving us. more
Tips & Tricks to Help Shy Dogs Come out of Their Shell

Tips & Tricks to Help Shy Dogs Come out of Their Shell

Category: Dog Training
Tied outside the entrance of a café, the young Border Collie-mix paced and panted. An approaching couple, assuming that a dog tethered outside of a café would be friendly, moved toward him to say hello. But before they could get within five feet, he erupted into a frenzy of barks and shrieks and then urinated. The dog’s person rushed out, coffee in hand. “Sorry—he’s a bit shy,” she said, the dog cowering into her. Untying the dog, she quickly led him away down the street. more
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Lifesaving Dogs For Diabetics

Category: Inspire
A flight from Pittsburgh back to her desert home near Bakersfield, California, could have turned deadly for type 1 diabetic Patti Kasper had she not had her trusty service dog, Tzaylie, by her side. more

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