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Dog People vs Cat People

Dog People vs Cat People

I was having coffee with a friend of mine who is a professorof psychology. As we chatted, he brought up the fact that he had broken off his relationship with a woman he had beenseeing. “I’m a dog person and she’s a cat person, and theydon’t mix well,” he explained. more
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Esther's Photos

A day in the life of Esther, a Modern Dog. more
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Fun Things to Do with Your Dog Photos

If you’re like us, you have loads (and loads) of yet-to-be-printed digital photos of your pup on your camera…and laptop and desktop and iPhone. It’s time to delve into the digital forest of photos and put those pics to good use! more
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Little Dreamers

We can’t say it often enough—no matter what kind of dog your looking for, you can fi nd her (or him) within the shelter system.more
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Lu Parker and Monkey

Lu Parker on winning Miss USA, making a difference and living with a monkey more
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100% Pure Love

Many people are surprised to learn there are lots of purebred dogs languishing in shelters and rescues. Most shelters are overrun with sweet dogs of all sorts dying for a family to call their own. Canine homelessness does not discriminate; no matter what kind of dog you’re looking for, you can find him or her in a shelter or rescue—even purebreds of all ilk.more
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Buffy Loves Lieverd

Crofton, B.C. A Vancouver Island winter hangs heavy with gray, swollen, low-slung clouds. On a good day it is not raining. But whether rain, oppressively...more
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Stephen Huneck

Nestled into the rugged environs of Northernmost Vermont is a wonderful place where nature and art, the whimsical and the spiritual, all collide in joyous...more
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"Cooking with Dog" Dishes up a Deliciously Hilarious Diversion

Check out the cooking host with four legs and a collar. more
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Reducing Your Eco-Pawprint

“I have a distinct memory of saying to my family ‘one day David Suzuki and I will be like this’ and crossed my fingers. I was about nine years old,” says Lindsay Coulter, also known as the “Queen of Green” for the David Suzuki Foundation. “I didn’t understand his job exactly, but I knew he loved nature and that he was working to save the planet. more

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