3 Resources for Traveling with Pets

3 Resources for Traveling with Pets
Three Top Online Resources for Planning a Pet-friendly Vacation It’s no secret that Americans love and treat their pets like family. According to the American veterinary medical association, the number of families with pets is double than families with children. It can still however be challenging to find a good vacation to go on that will not pose a problem to pet owners. Here are a few helpful resources to make your trip planning go more smoothly. Resources for Traveling .....

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Pet Portrait Paintings with Marie-Rosalie Bonheur

Pet Portrait Paintings with Marie-Rosalie Bonheur
Rosa Bonheur broke social expectations with pet portrait painting in the 19th century What do you call a female artist who was kicked out of schools for being too rowdy, that failed at an apprenticeship, applied to wear the clothes of the opposite sex, and had 18 works of art displayed at the Paris Salon before the age of 23? Marie-Rosalie Bonheur is the name of this incredible icon. Marie-Rosalie Bonheur was known for her pet portrait painting. She is accredited with being the .....

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Cat Memorial Like No Other for Hamish

Cat Memorial Like No Other for Hamish
A Cat Memorial Like No Other for Hamish McHamish. Hamish was the beloved town-cat of St. Andrews, a college town in Scotland. He belonged to Marianne Baird, but he adopted a nomadic lifestyle, traveling all around town. He became popular when some college students made him a Facebook page then it snowballed into a twitter account, a book being wrote about him, and more! Whether he was getting his hair done by .....

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A Dog Memorial for Kurt

A Dog Memorial for Kurt
Canines have been an invaluable comrade in American wars since WWI. They were called ambulance dogs at that point because they were trained to find wounded soldiers in the no-man’s land in the front lines. The roles of dogs in war expanded in WWII to include messenger, scout, tracker, and sentry. According to military records, they saved at least 15,000 lives. That is an incredible legacy. Kurt, the faithful Doberman Pinscher is one such dog that is remembered for.....

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More Than a Pet: A Service Dog & Companion

More Than a Pet:  A Service Dog & Companion
We realize how much pets mean to our clients. They are not just pets, but many times are service dogs. They serve as companions, stress relief, friends, and so much more. According to PTSDUnited.org, approximately 44.7 million people were or are struggling with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Our pets can serve as PTSD companions that alleviate panic attacks and serve as a positive force to bring a person back into the present moment rather than allowing them back into unpleasant memor.....

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A Loyal Dog to Remember—A Short Story

A loyal dog to remember.
A stray 6-week old puppy was out on the street scavenging garbage for food, until Fate brought her the splendor of living in a royal castle. She was accidentally hit on the road by the car of a prince while on an inspection trip to the villages of his principality. Though the injury was only minor, the prince immediately took a warm liking to the dog and or.....

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Vince B, Pharmacist—An Interview

1) Define your relationship with your pet. I have a pet cat. Her name is Yawmee and I treat her like my own daughter. I’ve been raising her for almost 8 years now. I was alone living in a dormitory for 4 years and she has been my only company during those times. 2) Describe your feeling/grief process following the loss/demise of your companion pet My family used to own a gray Egyptian Mau. When he died, everyone in the family was.....

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