An Easy Way to Support the ASPCA – GoodSearch.org

Just wanted to share this email I got recently. I think it’s a wonderful idea. But check it out and decide for yourself.


Hello,

My name is Kari and I’m writing you with the hope that you’ll let your readers know about GoodSearch.org and GoodShop.com, a new fundraising tool being used by supporters of the ASPCA, Best Friends Animal Society, and thousands of humane organizations across the country.

GoodSearch.org is a new search engine that donates 50% of revenue to Read more

143rd Westminster Dog Show – Feb. 11

*The Westminster Dog Show returns to New York City for the 143rd time on Monday (Feb. 11), when 2,800 canines will compete for the coveted Best in Show title. This year’s show runs from 8am ET to 11pm ET on Feb. 11 and 12 and is available to stream online.

Two new dog breeds, the Nederlandse kooikerhondje (which is cool because for the longest time I though Graidy might have been a kooikerjondje) and the grand basset griffon Vendéen, … Read more

How to Get Your iPhone to Work as a Hotspot for Your Surface Pro

We’re in the process of recycling phones. When the oldest phone is ready to bite the dust, I get the new phone (because I need high tech equipment for my work), Andrew gets my phone, and my mother gets his.

So with the latest upgrade to iPhone X (which I love), I found that I was no longer able to use it as a hotspot for my laptop (which I didn’t love).

After researching, I found the problem. You can’t … Read more

For Humans

For those who live with and love animals as family members, this is a major tell. I don’t need to say another word.
peanut butter jar on counter
For those who don’t live with and love animals as family members, the easiest way to get pills down our dogs’ throats is to coat them with peanut butter. Job done.
Because we’ve been on pill duty for the past month, to avoid confusion over which jar was the dog peanut butter jar vs the human peanut … Read more

Your Dog is Talking. Are You Listening?

I have often talked about how our dogs are continually communicating with us, and how, often, we miss what they are actually saying. To their detriment.

I found this to be a helpful video on how to read the body language of our dogs so that we can anticipate and alleviate their anxiety.

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I’m a Good Laugh-er

One of the great things about the holidays is, of course, getting to spend time with family. (That is if you like your family, and I like mine.)  It’s always a blast to get to spend time with my younger brother, Eric, and his oldest son, Jason. Two more naturally funny people don’t exist on the planet. They are pee-in-your-pants, fall-on-the-floor-laughing funny.

It’s a real gift—the ability to make people laugh. I wish I had it. But I do serve … Read more