A Dog's Way Home

23 Jul 19
View From The Pugh

(Family Features) Whether it’s across the street or across the country, moving can be a stressful and chaotic time for your family. This can be especially true for your four-legged family members, who don’t understand what’s happening. Detailed planning and foresight can help alleviate some of the hassle and make relocating a more positive experience […]

22 Jul 19
Happy Heart's Healing

Hello Sensational Souls, I have been experiencing such an energy pull from all the universal/ planetary movement/ retrograde/ full moon and eclipse energies. My emotions have been high and fragile. Seems like I have been going and going the last two weeks. I had envisioned July to be the month for my soul work. I […]

22 Jul 19
Magellan's Travels

Upon reaching the end of my 2 decades of being a homeschooling mom I am left bereft of a paying job, friends who can hang out (because they have younger kids they are still with), or even children of my own to take with me (where’d they go?  That laundry comes from somewhere!  I hear […]

22 Jul 19
Bread on Our Journey

A Sermon for 21 July 2019 – 6th Sunday after Pentecost A reading from the gospel of Luke 10:38-42. Now, I know this text may sound familiar to many of us. And we immediately may read ourselves into this story. But we’re invited to try to listen anew today. To hear a fresh word from […]

22 Jul 19
Ace Backwords Blog

Ace Backwords July 22, 2018 at 11:29 PM ·  Another thing people might not know about the writer Charles Bukowski. Many people considered him a mysoginist and a drunk and an asshole. And he surely was. But he sired a child out of wedlock. This young baby girl. And in all of his years of drunken […]

22 Jul 19
PEOPLE.com

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds reassured dog owners that this was not “typical gull behavior”

22 Jul 19
Life of Courtney

A five-year-old Staffy tried to claw her way out of her kennel after being terrified by fireworks the day before bonfire night. Tia the Staffy tried to claw her way out of her kennel and escape from Abbey Street Animal Rehoming Centre on November 4th. Bonfire night and firework season is an exciting time for […]

22 Jul 19
A Very Doggy Blog

Last year, we almost lost my dog. A bit of background, we got this dog nearly 11 years ago when he was about 5 months old. He’s a shihtzu/brussels griffon mix who was only the size of the palm of my hand when he was a puppy. He was so tiny, he couldn’t even climb […]

22 Jul 19
Top Dog Tips

Many health issues in dogs may not require a costly trip to the veterinarian clinic, as they can be addressed at home, by way of using a variety of home remedies. Below are some of the most potent, best home remedies for dogs that owners should keep in mind, listed alongside each potential dog health […]

22 Jul 19
evenmariesees

I feel that in life when it comes to my relationships, work, and also in my daily food selections that I could do better.  Yet at this moment in my mindful contemplation I recognize that darkness closes in and my dimly lit bedroom calls.  I try to ignore the dog’s whimpers for attention and a […]

22 Jul 19
This Dogs Life

With shelters being a terrifying place, fearful dogs are often considered aggressive, which can be a death sentence.

22 Jul 19
Chukar Culture

I don’t know the people who will feed me… Frank O’Hara, “The Day Lady Died,” from Lunch Poems (1964) Please, sir, I want some more… Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist Warning: This post is way less about chukar and more about culture, if you can call it that. We’d probably prefer to think of the word […]

22 Jul 19
Treatment Video

Asthma can help to make you feel like a new prisoner in your personal body. If you do not know precisely what does or won’t trigger your attacks, along with what treatments do or do not work, it’s a good true difficulty. This article will give you some tips on dealing with your current asthma. […]

22 Jul 19
Where dogs and science meet

Does your dog embarrass you on walks? Is your dog struggling to be calm when they see humans, dogs, bikes, joggers, etc?  I’ve been there. My first dog, Pepper, was so afraid of strangers that one day while running alongside my bike, she veered into the road because the upcoming car was less scary to […]

22 Jul 19
Dog Training is a life style

Do you have a dog that is fearful? We are here to help! We offer training in your home at time that works well for you! We offer services in Sioux Falls and the surrounding areas. Learn how to help your dog gain confidence Learn how to set your dog, guests & family up for […]