November 22, 2017 by Jasmine Cabanaw
Guest post by Calvin Lai When Jojo first came into my life he was small enough to fit in my hands. He couldn't make a sound when he meowed, and he was a little frail, but he was full of love. I adored the little grey patch on his chin…
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November 6, 2017 by Guest Writer
By: Lee Ann Callaghan The inspiration for the children's book character Phiggy the Piggy started back in 2005 in a small Italian Restaurant in San Francisco. My friend and soul sister Dee Kennedy and I worked together at Café Pescatore near Fisherman’s Wharf. Since the day we met we were…
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October 10, 2017 by Guest Writer
Guest post by Candace Amarante Writing children’s books about animals is usually considered a big “don’t”. On the one hand, nobody can rival big classics such as Aesop’s Fables, The Chronicles of Narnia or Gulliver’s Travels, on the other hand, whatever is imaginable about animals seems to have already been…
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July 4, 2017 by Guest Writer
Guest Post by Andrew McLoughlin The summer weather is here at last, and many cyclists are looking forward to another season of sunshine, long rides over paths and trails, easier commutes to work, or just the simple freedom of heading out on the road. While it’s certainly tempting to bring…
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May 15, 2017 by Guest Writer
Guest Post by Alexandra Seagal from Animalso Most vets consider a dog to be “senior” at 7 years or older, though it does depend on size; small and toy breeds age more slowly and reach their senior years later in life. Animal shelters are full of healthy, active senior dogs…
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March 7, 2017 by Jasmine Cabanaw
Guest post written by Kevin Davies from https://petloverguy.com Children and pets just naturally go together, right? That may be true in some instances but certainly not in all. There are many things to consider when deciding whether to adopt a pet for a child. First and foremost, realize that, as…
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November 28, 2016 by Jasmine Cabanaw
Do you or your dog need a quick mental boost? Then spend some time outside doing activities together. You’ll both benefit from being active outside, feeling healthy, and interacting with other people. You don’t need to live in the countryside to feel active outside and do healthy exercises together. City…
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October 16, 2016 by Jasmine Cabanaw
Guest Post By Bay Area Bicycle Law Autumn is a wonderful time for cyclists. In many places, the oppressive summer heat is letting up, giving way to a crispness and clarity in the air, and the paths and trails are emptier, save for the gentle dusting of leaves. For many…
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August 23, 2016 by Jasmine Cabanaw
Guest Post By: Emma Lawson Recently, many people and constitutions have implemented reading clubs, in which children read books to animals, as a way of promoting literacy among youngsters and creating a valuable bond between children and their pets. This is the general idea: The Goal The programs are designed…
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May 21, 2016 by Jasmine Cabanaw
Guest Post By Payal Bhandari M.D. There’s been a lot of buzz about the health benefits of coconut oil lately. It’s not just a marketing stunt; over 1,500 studies support this trend. But as a pet owner you may wonder: is it really healthy for my pet, too? Absolutely! As…
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