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Myth Busting on Pet Adoptions

When we decide to bring a pet into our family what makes use pick the animals that we finally choose? Is it a special connection or are conscious and subconscious factors at play? Five to seven million companion animals enter shelters nationwide every year. Unfortunately, three to four million are…

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Toxic Foods for Dogs, toxic to dogs

10 Toxic Table Scraps for Dogs and Cats

Many humans treat their pets like family, showering them with love via treats and table scraps. Unfortunately, this can have serious consequences for our pets’ health. Certain foods for humans can be toxic to dogs and cats. Although Fluffy or Spot may seem to enjoy them, table scraps can make…

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baby animals, cute animals

Say No to Easter Pets

Baby animals (such as bunnies, lambs and baby chicks) are common Easter pets, and every Easter, people give or buy young rabbits and chicks as gifts. While the gesture may seem kind and even heartwarming, there are major consequences that people often over look. Giving and receiving egg-themed or bunny-themed…

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Indoor Cat Garden, Mindful Gardening

Build Your Own Indoor Cat Garden

If you’ve ever had a house cat stare longingly out of a window, you’ve probably thought about letting them go outside. The fresh air, sunshine, and foliage would surely be good for them, but logistically, the idea is a nightmare. How do you protect them from loose dogs or parasites,…

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Mindful Living Network, Mindful Living, Dr. Kathleen Hall, The Stress Institute,, MLN, Alter Your Life, Mindful, Mindful Animals, Animals

Life Lessons We Can Learn From Our Pets

Pets are not only our loving companions; they can also be our most valuable teachers. If we take a few steps to observe and learn from our four-legged friends we can further enrich our lives. Check out these five mindful animal life lessons. Here are five Mindful Animal life lessons…

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