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7 12, 2009

What Should Santa Bring “Lucky”?

Even if our pets don't know the true meaning of the holidays, they do enjoy the attention and special presents that owners give them. Pet owners and those looking to give gifts to pets or owners could consider actual physical gifts, gifts that benefit other animals, or a gift that might benefit the pet in [...]

30 11, 2009

Winter Adventures

Did you know? Sitting in a nice hot sauna at the gym today I was conversing with a guy who was excitedly conveying his plans for a three day winter camping trip with his dog, a Rottweiler/Doberman mix. I must admit, I was jealous. I remember the days when I had the freedom to take [...]

23 11, 2009

Giving Thanks this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a great holiday. We are coming to the end of a year that has been difficult. Economic fears have become reality for many people and businesses, and lots of folks are feeling the pinch. But at the end of the day, in the midst of the worries and stresses of daily life, it's [...]

22 10, 2009

Halloween Hints

Did you know? We are about to make the plunge into the holiday season starting with the spooky and candy laden festivities of Halloween. Holidays are fun and offer great memory making moments and fun picture opportunities. They also can pose some safety challenges that aren't normally on your radar. For the sake of safety, [...]

12 10, 2009

All Wired Up

Did you know? Halloween displays are starting to pop up around the neighborhood and my son keeps insisting that I start decorating. I love to decorate, but I've been resisting because I know that once I start decorating for fall the boxes just keep shuffling in and out of the basement for the next two [...]

18 08, 2009

Pointed Discussion

Did you know? Ever gotten poked by a porcupine quill? Maybe, especially if you have an overly curious family pet who likes to get up close and personal with the prickly beasts. Actually, porcupines are quite timid and don't release their quills unless cornered or attacked. Then they swing their quill covered tail until it [...]

10 08, 2009

Hook, Line, and Sinker

Did you know? My son has fishing pole envy! We were up at Lost Lake on Mt. Evans and a little boy was casting away with his Dad and friend. My 5 year-old boy was quite jealous and had to be pulled away when it was time to go. I started looking for kid sized [...]

27 07, 2009

Mushroom Mania

Did you know? Who would have thought Colorado could possibly have been in a drought just a couple years back with all the rain we've had this year. Increased moisture levels for May, June, and July have contributed to abundant flora growth. The Denver Botanic gardens didn't even have to water one of its gardens [...]

30 06, 2009


Did you know? Our cool weather for the month of June has given us quite a reprieve from the heat this spring, but as the temperature climbs with the official start of summer remember that you aren't the only one who needs to find ways to keep cool. Overheating in animals is a serious problem [...]

4 05, 2009

The Grass Blade

Did you know? There could be danger lurking in your backyard. According to the calendar it is spring here in the Rocky Mountain West with summer right around the corner. Spring and summer months usually equate with landscaping projects - like getting your grass to grow in a contained space. There are many options for [...]

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