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Animals Speak English 

Posted by Nicole Birkholzer Monday, October 17, 2016 6:36:00 PM Categories: 2. P Ask for what you need Dogs

Turns out, animals speak English, and German, and any other language that you choose to talk in.

Every day, David and I are amazed, a-mazed, how much English our animals understand. 
This morning, Scout, our 18 months old dog took an empty can of cat food from the garbage can (!) and brought it onto the bed to 'finish it up'. 
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Unexpected Helper 

Posted by Nicole Birkholzer Wednesday, August 10, 2016 2:55:00 PM Categories: 2. P Ask for what you need Dogs Scout
Unexpected HelperHere in Vermont, we spend part of our summer to stack wood so we have fuel for our wood stove in the winter.
Stacking wood is one of those meditative exercises I love. Taking piece after piece, trying to fit it 'just so'. Focused, yet repetitive. Work like that really frees my mind. 
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Is Your Pet special? 

Posted by Nicole Birkholzer Wednesday, June 08, 2016 6:48:00 PM Categories: Dogs

ScoutThe other day I thought of all the stories I hear about special ‘human-animal bonds’. Might have been triggered by an e-mail video I’d received about a guy and his dog. 

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How To Bond With Your New Dog 

Posted by Nicole Birkholzer Thursday, March 31, 2016 6:50:00 PM Categories: Cats Dogs Pet Logic pets as therapy

Entirely Pets Blog
At long last your new dog or kitty is home! You have searched the internet far and wide to find the perfect match, gone through an interview, or maybe even a house visit, bought a couple of cozy pet beds, some bowlshealthy kibbles, a toy or two. You are ready for this new adventure, ready to bond with your dog. Read The Article

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Pet Logic Named Favorite Book On Huffington Post 

Posted by Nicole Birkholzer Thursday, March 03, 2016 11:45:00 PM Categories: Cats Cutter Dogs Flitzer Horses Jesse Pet Logic Sammy Scout Shana
Pet Logic On Huffington Post
Favorite Books for Animal Lovers of All Age

​In the wake of February 14th with all those pictures of bouquets and hearts plastered on social media, I had the distinct feeling that February may be the biggest month for SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) not because of the lack of sunlight but maybe (?!) just maybe because of St. Valentine's Day? More on Huffington Post ... read more
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