Meet Deborah DiMare, global influencer for the vegan design movement.
By Anne Carol Lucas
“I was living in the bliss of ignorance until I was ready”, explained Deborah DiMare, founder of DiMare Design and VeganDesign.org. Deborah believes that everyone becomes aware at the right time. As she says, “There are no coincidences. All decisions lead towards your path.”
DiMare is most grateful for...
Meet Pet Rescue Expert Larissa Wohl from Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family.
By Susan Sims, Publisher
Resident pet adoption expert Larissa Wohl on Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family is the first to admit that she has a dream job. ”I pinch myself every single day that I get to do this, it’s magical, I love it,” says Larissa.
Before landing her spot on Home & Family, Larissa graduated with a degree...
Meet Riley, the Bug Sniffing Weimaraner Pup at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts!
This very intelligent Weimaraner will spend his days detecting bugs at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.
By Claudia Bensimoun
Meet Riley, the Museum of Fine Art’s scent puppy in training. Riley, a Weimaraner pup is being trained in pest detection that only a dog can provide. Discussions began in the fall of 2017 between...
Abigail triumphed over other dogs to win the coveted award and spurred a movement at the same time.
By Penny Eims
Abigail’s bonnets...what began as an effort to make bandages on a badly injured dog look cuter has morphed into a worldwide outpouring of love, as well a symbol of hope and change. To fully understand the impact and importance of Abigail, and her bonnets, one must first go back to...
These adventurous rescue pets will make you want to head outside and explore!
By Penny Eims
Have you ever dreamed about experiencing the great outdoors with your dog? Of getting out to enjoy more than a normal walk around the neighborhood...of truly immersing yourself in nature and taking in the extraordinary beauty that can only be found outside? John Muir said, “Keep close to Nature’s...
By Amanda Ree Ringnalda
Harmony and optimum health are only achieved when we live in accordance with nature’s law of balance. We see evidence of this in our own lives when we eat, work or do anything in excess. That imbalance can throw us off in small and large ways. It affects body, mind and spirit and in no time, we start seeing the physical and mental results. Dogs are no different.