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  • David Henry
    Published a day ago
    The most effective method to Leash Train Your Dog

    The most effective method to Leash Train Your Dog

    Each dog must know about essential behaviors particularly with regards to strolling with a rope. You won't have to rope your dog when you are home or meandering around with your ESA in the terrace. Yet, while going out in broad daylight, your dog must have courteous habits and should realize how to act out in the open.
  • Cher Dayao
    Published a day ago
    The Lifespan of a Fish
  • Lauren Williamson
    Published 3 days ago
    How Adopting a Pet Can Change Your Life (for Good)

    How Adopting a Pet Can Change Your Life (for Good)

    Has your work been giving you a lot of stress lately? Do you feel the need to have someone to come home to? Consider adopting a pet! There is no better stress buster than playing with a pet. A lot of pet parents would agree that adopting a pet has made their lives so much fun.
  • Layla Flinn
    Published 3 days ago
    Care And Concerns For Choosing The Right Food From The Pet Food Stores

    Care And Concerns For Choosing The Right Food From The Pet Food Stores

    Whether it is your dog, cat, chickens or rabbits, you will need to give them the right type of food so that they get all the required nutrition. If you love your pets you will need to select the best food for them from the pet food stores. With so many choices, it can be really tough to make the right choice and then determine what you are actually looking for. However, there are few easy steps that will make your job much easier. These are:
  • Conny Manero
    Published 3 days ago
    Puss in Boots? Try Puss in Sweater

    Puss in Boots? Try Puss in Sweater

    They say that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. I wouldn’t call my experiences hell, but I’ve certainly made some bloopers along the way.
  • Samantha Wilson
    Published 3 days ago
    This Is Not Animal Control. This Is Kill To Thrill.

    This Is Not Animal Control. This Is Kill To Thrill.

    “This morning at 8:22 a.m. Abby was blessed with her first bear at our cabin.”
  • Molly k
    Published 6 days ago
    I love you and our story

    I love you and our story

    Hello there I’m about to tell you a love story that starts with a cat named Burt. Burt was my soul cat it’s funny becas I sadly told my self that I’ll never find my soul mate if Burt was still alive.
  • Natalia Iswara
    Published 6 days ago
    The whole world in a grain of sand

    The whole world in a grain of sand

    This photo was taken on a beautiful day in the beginning of May, 2015, in Angleton Texas, at the original Rowdy Girl Sanctuary. I had just flown in from Uruguay where my Mother and Brother and I had moved for a fresh start in life, after cancer had claimed the life of my Father and we had brushed with death ourselves in the later stages of neurological Lyme disease. I had recently survived an intensely abusive relationship and had found my voice in the animal rights movement, speaking up for the voiceless. I had seen a photo of this amazing woman who was to me, like a mystical unicorn among normal human mortals. Her name is Renee, and after reading her story, I had to go to her and help her cause as soon as conditions permitted. When I arrived, there were around thirty cows, four horses, and a few other fortunate animals. I spent an hour with this unbelievably beautiful horse, who I called “the Bowie horse” for having one blue eye, and one brown one, who would’ve been slaughtered if not for the heart work of Renee and her husband Tommy. This is one of a few photos I took with my ancient little iPhone 5 of our profoundly meaningful first meeting. He and I stood motionless with our foreheads touching, and I could clearly discern the depth of his wisdom, the beauty of his Soul. He told me of countless things and knew I could hear everything he shared. In the photograph, much later I realized the whole sanctuary lay visible, reflected in his other-worldly eye. There, in his curiosly shaped iris, is visible the now famous red trailer, which was once used to transport baby calves to the sale barn and ultimately, to merciless slaughter. Renee wrote a song about the red trailer, and how it would never be used to steal babies from their grieving Mothers ever again. This photo I chose among many many others for its sublime beauty and for the poignant message it will always serve to carry to all Truth seeking Souls in the history of Animal Liberation. It is by far, the most important one in a time when the Earth is screaming for our stewardship and care through every single one of her inhabitants, every one of our hearts. I fancy myself a skilled “iPhone artist” and believe in creating quality works using whatever tools one has. My trusty little phone has served me well in this endeavor and it continues to be my favorite tool for capturing life’s experiences, lessons, and stunning images.
  • Carl Lawrence
    Published 7 days ago
    The Making of a Bad Dog Photo