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Posts Tagged ‘dogs’

Scientific(?) Proof Why Dogs Stick Their Head Out the Window

We’ve all seen our beloved pets stick their furry faces out the window, their tongue flopping in the wind and drool painting the side of our car. But have you ever wondered why they do it? We assume it’s because they enjoy it, something about the wind flowing through their hair maybe. I don’t think…

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Top 10 Ways to Cool Off this Summer

Okay, wow just wow, it’s gotten extremely hot out. Sure, it’s summer and yes this might be typical, but after such a mild and warm winter, I don’t think we’re quite ready for this. Perhaps my memory is bad, or I refuse to admit that Arizona is a desert (it is), but these past few…

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Traveling with Pets

  We adore our beloved pets. Whether it’s your furry little companion or your feathery flying friend, it can prove difficult to travel with pets. Between being cramped in a car and unaware of a destination, traveling is just as stressful for them as it is for you. Fear not though, there are things you…

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Hiking for Beginners

Hiking is one of the great outdoor activities that we are able to indulge in. It is a way that most of us find adventure and explore. An outlet for some and a hobby for others, people can hike any time of the year, with the right equipment of course. Note Use some common sense.…

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We Love Animals!

We understand how essential animals are in our everyday lives. I myself have an 11-year-old puppy; yes, he is still and always will be a puppy. I mean he’s still afraid of the dark how can he not be? What I am trying to say is I understand if your dog, cat, bird, squirrel, whatever…

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Why Business Owners Should Be More Like Dogs

Adventure Auto Glass is 10 years old this year.  I am so proud of Dave going for his dream and letting us help him succeed in ways he didn’t even dream of.  There I go ending sentences with “of”. Sorry English Majors.  🙁  I capitalized that M too didn’t I? The more we learn about…

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A Dog’s Day Part Three

*Warning:  This post is rough.  Violence occurs, you might not want to read it.  🙁 To catch you up:  Dave picked up a sickly rez dog and decided to get him healthy and find him a home.  After the vet visit, the dog is deemed non-contagious so he has been introduced to our other animals…

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A Dog’s Day Part Two

To catch you up – Dave found a rez dog and brought him home.  He was in bad shape ….our story picks up at the first vet visit. Dave returns from the vet with the rez dog and a lot of meds.  The most touching thing about the first vet visit was that a man…

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A Dog’s Day Part One

This blog post is going to be a little different.  No glass talk.  I’ve been feeling the need to share this story – so darn it – I’m going to. Once upon a time (in April) my husband Dave went to Colorado.  On the way home, he stopped in Kayenta, Arizona for gas.  Kayenta is…

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