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Great Dog Photos ~ How To Take Them

February 2, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

By Elaine Mashburn It’s very common to hear people speaking about experiences they have had trying to photograph their pets. Many times you will hear of mini disasters where an animal will fall from some sort of make- shift prop, or where a prop has fallen on the pet. Most often it is frustration you […]

Pictures Of Dogs And Puppies – 5 Unique Ways To Display And Share Your Favorite Dog Breed Pictures

June 9, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

If you’re a dog lover like me, you’ve probably taken dozens of pictures of your beloved dogs or puppies. And where are those cute dog pictures now? Are they stashed away in a drawer or shoebox, gathering dust? Don’t let those adorable pictures of your dogs stay hidden away and be forgotten! There are so […]

“While I’m Away” – When You Travel, and Your Animal Companions Stay Home -II

April 17, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Continuation of Part I of the article by Nedda Wittels: “While Traveling” Technique Each day while traveling, you can communicate with your animal friends, sending love, reassurance, and updates (mental postcards) about your trip. You will probably find this is a relaxing moment for yourself. Your animals will appreciate your daily contact. * Lie on […]

“While I’m Away” – When You Travel, and Your Animal Companions Stay Home -I

April 16, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Does your cat ignore you for the first 24 hours after you return from a trip? Does your dog or bird stop eating while you are gone? Do animals that normally get along begin to fight? Do they start to get upset when your suitcase comes out? Do you worry about them when you have […]

How to Help Someone Mourning the Death of a Pet

March 24, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

Have you ever witnessed a friend or neighbor distraught over the death of a pet? If you have never owned a pet, or considered having one, were you surprised to see someone crying? Actually, such a response is just as normal as when a close friend or loved one dies. Here’s what you should know […]

Tricks And Secrets To Keep Your Pet Comfortable During The Winter

January 22, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

The cold winter months are fast approaching, if it hasn’t arrived already. Winter is the season for fun, family, the holidays, and cold weather. If you live in an area that has snow and ice, here are a few tips for caring for your pet during the cold winter months. First, protection for you pet’s […]

Top 10 Pet Stories of the Year

January 20, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

I stumbled upon this ‘top 10’ and just HAD TO feature it here on our blog. The article was written by Geri and featured on GoodNewsNetwork.org. Here are the highlights of the article: 10) Shepherd Rescues Crash Victim by the Collar“A stray German Shepherd dragged a bloodied woman up to the highway, and let her […]

Scrapbooking Pet Page Ideas for a Unique Pet Album

January 1, 2008 by · Leave a Comment 

By Christine Perry Our pets are part of our families and our memories. Whether they are dogs, cats, hamsters or rabbits, they enrich our lives. Creating a pet-themed scrapbook album will preserve the special moments you share with them. Consider these scrapbooking pet page ideas to make an album just for your pet photos. Everyone […]