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How to Take Good Photos of Your Dog

IN THE September 8 ISSUE

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When you have a dog, you want to take a lot of photos of them looking adorable. You may post them on Instagram, on a blog or just keep them as souvenirs of your time together. But this can be more difficult than it sounds. It is easy for your furry friend to become distracted and you end up unable to capture their expressions in your photos. But we have some awesome tips that can help you take good images of your pup. Let’s take a look at some of them.

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Cats Can Learn Too

IN THE June 25 ISSUE

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by Sheryl Wall



It is very common to hear people commenting about how independent cats are and that you can’t teach anything to them. Yet, how many people have seen the lion acts at the circus. If you can train a lion, how much easier would it be to train the domesticated cat? They are highly intelligent animals and, when you think about it, we insult their abilities to say they are un-traina

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Raising a Puppy that is Easy to Live With

IN THE March 26 ISSUE

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by Tara Wilson



Bringing home a new puppy is an exciting time! They are so cute and kissable that it is hard to imagine them growing up to be a rowdy, ill-behaved adult. However, if you fail to properly train and socialize those darling little puppies, many will indeed grow up to be unpleasant to be around.

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Therapy Dogs

IN THE September 25 ISSUE

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by Sheryl Wall



I have loved dogs ever since I was a little girl, and find that they can often cheer me up when I am sad. My dogs are so full of love that I decided I wanted them to be able to share that love with others as well. This is what planted the idea of Dog Therapy work in my head.

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