Doggy DIY: Craft a Better Life for Your Dog with these Fun & Easy Projects

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255 SHARES As dog lovers and pet parents, we?re always looking for creative, fun ways to not only save money, but to enrich the lives of our furriest family members! From do-it-yourself dog toys, a fun way to dispense treats while working your dog?s brain, or a unique way to make bath time a breeze, there are plenty of projects, for all experience levels, to craft a better life for your dog! by . Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. 255 SHARES Related Items: Recommended for you Click to comment Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. . ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam

Interesting, right? Research suggests humans won?t be the only ones reacting to the fascinating events transpiring in the sky.Solar Eclipse: Fun Facts and Animal Safety Posted August 18, 2017 in , by Jeffers Staff For a little while on August 21st, 2017, the United States went dark. If concerned about your animal?s welfare, direct your pet to avoid directly staring at the eclipse or keep them indoors. This most recent one stretched from coast to coast. So wherever you are in the world (whether under a total or partial eclipse), observe your animals. Solar Eclipse Safety for Animals Overall, the solar eclipse shouldn?t have any long-lasting effects on your animal?s health. In fact, most news outlets are reporting the best course of action is leaving your pet indoors.? Research suggests animals are less likely to stare up at the sun than humans, minimizing the risk of potential eye damage. Multiple studies conclude that dogs, cats, and other common household pets are less likely to be affected than wildlife; however, they still may show signs of fearfulness. A total solar eclipse is a very rare, historic event, typically occurring in any given place only once every 360-410 years. A study conducted by the University of California states, ?while the eclipse can temporarily affect animal behavior, it is highly unlikely that it will impact their internal clock or long-term behavior. However, the sun?s rays still pose an extreme threat. You might just notice some change! Fun Facts about Animals and Solar Eclipses Nocturnal animals will show signs of confusion Bugs have been shown to get active preparing for the night Frogs begin singing their bedtime chirps Crickets will sing and then become mute Birds will nestle down, silencing their daytime tunes Dogs may bark in confusion, become frightened, or might even settle in for the night Cats? well, cats will sleep Orb spiders will take down their webs to prepare for new ones as the change transpires The day will momentarily?turn to night. In the animal world, that?s what they will prepare for as the sky darkens and temperatures decrease. We would love to hear how your animal reacts to the last solar eclipse! Leave a comment below or reach out on or Make sure your pet is prepared for other upcoming events by reading more posts on our blog, including . If your animal shows signs of fear or distress, make them feel comfortable and relaxed

So, it was only natural that the kindergartner?s seizure alert service dog be featured in the yearbook, too! Hadley Jo was diagnosed with epilepsy, a neurological disorder often accompanied by seizures before her second birthday. So, we?re really lucky to have Ariel because she can go to school with us.? Ariel is the only service dog that attends school with a handler in the?, so the family were pleasantly surprised to find her honored in such a sweet way. ?She has the ability to know when something?s wrong. 78 SHARES Related Items: Recommended for you Click to comment Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. Critical thinking, deep concentration, things like that. ? This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. At age 2, she was paired with Ariel, a seizure-alert service dog and constant companion. . Ariel the Labradoodle joins Hadley Jo every single day, even at school. ??Most of our seizures are happening at school right now. Fine motor skills trigger seizures. Required fields are marked * Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.78 SHARES One Louisville kindergartner got a heartwarming surprise when she opened her new yearbook to discover her service dog featured with her very own photo. She?s able to alert us before a seizure happens and we?re able to administer rescue medication in less than 2 minutes in order to stop the seizure, so that?s pretty life-changing for us,? her mother Heather Lange told

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