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For the Love of Wild People

SETH CONDUCTING PHOTOPOINT MONITORING RESEARCH AS A SUMMIT STEWARD. PHOTO CREDIT: LYNN METCALFThere are certain aspects one anticipates before arriving at the Adirondak Loj. In the summer, it’s the haunting call of a loon in the evening as the sun sets behind Nye Mountain. When autumn settles in, we trade prospects of loons for the [...]

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6 Things To Remember When Travelling With Your Dog

My wife and I consider our dog, Schlumpf, to be a substitute for the human children we will never have. That means that wherever we go, Schlumpf goes too.We don’t believe in going away on holiday and leaving the dog in a kennel. Whenever we go somewhere on holiday – whether it’s somewhere here in [...]

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Are Onions and Garlic Bad For Your Dog?

   by Caitlin UltimoGarlic and onions may be ingredient staples of your favorite dishes—even some dishes that you share with your dog. But you should think twice before letting your pet lick up the rest of your garlic and onion-based broth from your homemade chicken soup.“Humans may love the flavors of garlic and onion to [...]

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Three Different Uses of Hemp Oil

This article first appeared on MadebyHempWe live in a society that is constantly searching for ways to get healthy and look our best but be able to do it in a way that is naturally effective. This can be quite the challenge. However, several studies have shown there are numerous benefits to using hemp oil. [...]

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Avoiding Disaster: Cleaning Tips for Pet Owners

Photo via Pixabay by Fran_When you’re a pet owner, it can be difficult to find ways to keep your home as clean as you want it. Animals are wonderful companions who provide tons of entertainment and love, but they also require quite a bit of care, and when you lead a busy lifestyle, it can be hard to maintain the [...]

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Pampered Pooches Rule Out East

Out for a morning run on Georgica Beach with your dog? Chilling in the porch swing gazing down Further Lane with your pooch? As sand and sea tempts us away from city life to our favorite Hamptons spots, we asked some of our favorite local experts how to make the most of Summer time on [...]

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​Advice for First-Time Dog Owners

(Photo viaPixabay)While bringing home a dog is a wonderful way to enrich your life, what many don’t realize is that it’s a little like having a child. First-time pet owners often visualize all the good times they’ll have with their dog without fully comprehending the responsibilities involved. Fortunately, there is plenty of advice for first-time dog owners who are [...]

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29 Dogs Sleeping In Hilarious Positions

They say to let sleeping dogs lie ... but does that apply when the said dog is sleeping on your gear shift? As it turns out, yes. Then you should take a picture of it and put it on the Internet. Then, who knows? Maybe it will end up on Topix. (It will definitely end [...]

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Flea, tick pills can cause nerve reactions in pets, FDA warns

Labels on the products need to lay out more clearly how to use them safely, the FDA says.Fleas and ticks carry a range of diseases, including plague and Lyme disease, which can affect animals and their owners.Laures / iStock by Getty Images issued an alert to owners and veterinarians and said it was requiring clearer labels [...]

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The Best Dog Sunscreen

The Best Dog SunscreenQuinn Hertel        September 13, 2018If your dog loves spending time outside in the sun, then finding the right sunscreen for him is a must. Dogs can get burned after spending too much time outside without sun protection, and a sunburn carries the same health risks for your pooch [...]

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