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Pet Wellness Month-Products to Keep Your Pets Healthy

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Pet Wellness Month-Products to Keep Your Pets Healthy

  October is Pet Wellness, and we have put together a list of products that will keep your dog, cat, and even your fish healthy! Ear care is important for the health and wellness of pets. The Ear Cleaning Pads by Miracle Care Pet Products provide an easy and efficient way for cleaning ears. The pre-soaked pads…

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Podcast: The Movie-The Stray

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Podcast: The Movie-The Stray

Based on a true life story, The Stray is the story about a family that unexpectedley took in a new family member, a stray dog that wandered into their life, and the impact this little dog named Pluto had in changing their lives. We speak to the director and producer Mitch Davis whoes son wrote…

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Buster’s Friends: Moet the Blind Cat

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Buster’s Friends: Moet the Blind Cat

Hello peeps. Buster Boy here and I have a new friend: Moet the Blind Cat who I met from Twitter. She was nice enough to chat with me and was pretty cool for a cat.   I know every cat has a story, so what is your story Moet?  How did you lose your site…

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What You Do Not Know About Catnip But Wish You Did

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What You Do Not Know About Catnip But Wish You Did

by Sarah Ann Taylor   One of the most exciting things for cat owners to observe is having their felines under the influence of catnip – the famous hallucinogenic drug that gets your pet drooling, purring and rolling around. Because of the effect this plant has on cats it’s been often labeled as cat cocaine or…

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My Cat is Working off Weight By Roaming City Streets

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My Cat is Working off Weight By Roaming City Streets

Ron Kirk decided to have his 20 year old obese cat Tucker work off weight by roaming the city streets outside his condo and Tucker has become a regular visitor in shops up and down the street for blocks.   “He walks into the bank,” said Kirk, 40, a database analyst who works from home….

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Dogs of Twitter: Meet Starlett the Westie

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Dogs of Twitter: Meet Starlett the Westie

Starlett is a Twitter darling spreading joy and smiles.  Born on November 5th 2012, she was one of 5 females in the litter.  When she was born she needed to go straight to the Vet as she had a small hole (puppy hernia) in her groin area. Louise Crowley, her proud  Mama describes her as the…

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Podcast- I Was Once Lost But Now I am Found-Daisy and Olympic Animal Sanctuary

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Podcast- I Was Once Lost But Now I am Found-Daisy and Olympic Animal Sanctuary

On the far side of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, halfway between the mountains and the ocean, stands the little town of Forks. In that town, in a quiet neighborhood of modest homes and shabby businesses, there remains a dilapidated pink warehouse. Packed inside that warehouse, living in deplorable conditions, were once over 120…

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How a Service Dog Saved a Marriage

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How a Service Dog Saved a Marriage

  When Daniel Sepulveda wakes up in the middle of the night shaking from another nightmare, a service dog from Southeastern Guide Dogs named Max is there to calm him and make him feel safe again. When he sleepwalks, Max’s kisses awaken him.   Since he was a teenager, Daniel couldn’t wait to join the…

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Todays Inspiration

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Todays Inspiration

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Podcast: Rescued by Peter Zheutlin

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Podcast: Rescued by Peter Zheutlin

In this podcast we Speak with Peter Zheutlin, author of Rescued, and the creator of the Aquapaw dog bathing tool shows us a quick and effective way of bathing your dog. In the follow-up to his New York Times bestseller Rescue Road, acclaimed journalist Peter Zheutlin offers a heartwarming and often humorous new look into the world of…

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