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How to Use Touch Therapy to Heal Your Dog

How to Use Touch Therapy to Heal Your Dog

Category: Health
Energy work is easy and it can change your life. This may seem like an “out there” statement to some but if you think of how your mood, i.e. the energy you’re emitting, affects your day and those around you, you’ll recognize the truth of this statement. Having a bad day, a storm cloud over your head? Chances are you’ll experience upset after upset: someone cuts you off, you stub your toe, spill your coffee, have heated words with a co-worker, step in dog poo. Why? The energy you’re giving off is simply creating more of the same for you. more
5 Steps to Speedy Recall Even at a Distance!

5 Steps to Speedy Recall Even at a Distance!

Category: Dog Training
Step 1 Buy a whistle. Our choice? A dog whistle from Acme Whistle specialists, makers of whistles since 1870. A dog’s hearing range is far greater than ours and is far more sensitive to high frequency sounds. more
Best Friends

Best Friends Animal Society Offers Thanksgiving Tips to Keep Pets Safe

Category: Dog Life
Like everything else in 2020, for most people this Thanksgiving will look quite different than traditional ones. There will likely be fewer folks around the dinner table. Friends may be connecting on FaceTime. more
Why and When a Senior Should Adopt a Dog

Why and When a Senior Should Adopt a Dog

Category: Dog Life
Confined to a wheelchair after a leg amputation and with no immediate family nearby, life in St. Louis, Missouri, was a lonely one for Marilyn Johnson. Days could pass without the 77-year-old speaking to a single person. But that all changed when she adopted Diva, a sweet Cocker Spaniel given up by a breeder because of her “unusual blue eyes.” Johnson says now with the “sassy spaniel” by her side she’s become a social butterfly and has met everyone in her neighbourhood. more
Bond Building

5 Bond Building Exercises!

Category: Inspire
1. Establish Trust more

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