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Summer can be a tough transition for any kid, but especially for a child living with sensory processing disorder. For my 5-year-old daughter Karina, transitioning to anything new is a struggle. A new routine, a new sound, a new taste, a new smell … any new sense can send her into a spiral of emotions as she struggles to regulate herself.So our summer began, and while other families were celebrating
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PROTECT THE PROPERTY RIGHTS OF MICHIGAN DOG OWNERS, ENHANCE PUBLIC SAFETY AND SAVE TAXPAYERS’ DOLLARSSenate Bill 741 supports safe and humane communities in Michigan.The Problem: Under current state law, any city, township or county can pass a local ordinance arbitrarily banning responsible citizens from owning any breed or mix-breed pet dog. This governmental overreach not only infringes on our fundamental property rights, many of these ordinances also violate our constitutional right
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$20 Pet Adoptions in August at Paws for Life Rescue In Partnership With National Animal Welfare Organization Best Friends Animal Society  TROY, MICH., JULY 27, 2017 ─ Wrap up your summer by adopting an adorable dog or cat this August from Paws for Life Rescue. Just imagine how great your weekend of camping or lounging around at home will be when you have a new furry friend at your side. For
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Every dog owner has heard that chocolate and alcohol are extremely bad for pets to ingest. But, did you know that avocado is harmful to dogs? So are mushrooms, grapes and anything that contains garlic, salt, baking soda or baking powder. Know what’s good and what’s bad for your dog.
On June 11, we can be a No Kill Nation for Just One Day. The No Kill Advocacy Center is asking animal shelters across the U.S. to take a pledge not to kill any savable animals on June 11th. Instead of injecting pets with lethal doses of sodium pentobarbital, we ask shelters to pick up cell phones and cameras, and to engage their communities in new and creative ways. Instead of going
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Decompression Phase: Adopting or fostering a rescued cat or dog from the shelter is a happy time for you and a relief to the pet. For one thing, you have taken them away from that loud scary place. The new owners or foster family are also excited because they’re bringing a new family member into their home. This new situation is exciting for everyone, with new interactions and adventures to come.BUT
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