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Meet Milo. What a sweet, sweet boy. Milo is on the larger size weighing in at about 65-70 pounds. He’s active so he wants to have fun and to live with a pet-parent that will embrace his energetic self. There is nothing wrong with him … it’s called youth. Milo wants to know l [ ... ]
It's possible...here's how 1. You can't enjoy a nice dinner out until someone takes a photo of their meal. 2. You can easily get thrown under the bus at work 3. You feel like you have to document your entire vacation. 4. Facebook stalking has replaced the usual "getting to know yo [ ... ]
The new high school football bio-pic, When The Game Stands Tall is out this week and sadly it fumbles. You know when you see a ton of hype before a movie on TV? That usually means there is trouble - and there is.
The new teen-drama, If I Stay opened up over the weekend to a decent box office take, but to very mild, if not unkind reviews.
This week there are a few new choices for you to stream or shove in the DVD machine. The next few weeks will have far more than this week, as the early summer movies will make their way out.
Different life experiences shape the way we see our world and, oddly, abandoned, abused and neglected pets still see the glass half full. Once in a place of security, their scars will heal, confidence grows and they learn to trust. When this is accomplished, we see their zest for life appear. And, what a wonderful thing to witness and be a part of!
Gigi is an extraordinary dog looking for a home. After waiting in an animal control facility for two months, this sweet girl experienced a seizure. Because seizures will not be managed in a “pound,” she was sure to meet with a harsh fate. Her wonderful temperament assured Gigi the opportunity to be rescued.
This deserving girl has an unbridled enthusiasm for life that can't be rivaled. Everything in life is new and exciting to her, and it's a pleasure watching her revel in joy when she experiences something for the first time. She has never met a creature, or person, she didn't want to befriend. She loves to play with her canine cohorts, and when she's tuckered out she will snuggle up with her best friend - a little black cat!
We don't know whether Gigi's epilepsy is a result of the stress-inducing environment of a shelter, or if she's dealt with it her entire life. She shows stability on her anti-seizure medication and is living a normal life – but not in a normal environment! Lucky for Gigi, her treatment is not expensive and her condition is easy to manage. Most importantly, she’s worth it! Thank you, Olivia Mandala, photographer, for making Gigi look as beautiful as she is.