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The Creative Process of a Pet Photographer

As a photographer and lover of all things fuzzy, I’ve always loved combining the two through pet photography. One of the first things I trained my cat to do was model. It helps if your model is food-motivated, and lucky for me, my cat Toad is practically food-obsessed.

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Teaching Kids Responsible Pet Care

So, your child wants their own pet. We both know this means more work for you, the parent. There is not much that is more exciting to a child than the prospect of a new pet. The problem is, most of the time the excitement wears off and the responsibilities get tossed aside. So what …

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Demystifying Remote Animal Communication

The ability to communicate effectively with animals at a distance is something that mystifies most people. However, it is not really as unusual as it seems. Many animals communicate in a variety of different ways – though often nonverbally. In remote animal communication, the method of connection is known as high sense perception. 

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Cold Laser Therapy from the Comfort of Your Home

Is your pet suffering from pain?  Do you find it difficult to bring them to the vet?  Now, you can reduce their pain in the comfort of your own home with cold laser therapy.

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Listening and Learning from an Animal Rehabilitation Expert

Is your pet struggling to walk comfortably? Do they have issues getting in or out of the car on their own? Are they recovering from surgery? They may benefit from rehabilitation therapy.