Help me in doubling the number of wild tigers by 2022 the next Chinese year of the Tiger

by Sergio D'Alberto News and Society, Pets
Dear Family, Friends and Tiger Lovers! Some of you might know HOW MUCH I love Tigers since a very young age. Already as a toddler, I was keeping jealously all photos of Tigers I found in magazines and newspaper in my private collection of things I valued most in life. My favorite toy besides the yellow Lamborghini Countach was a plastic Tiger which I carried always with me any place I went. I even had an imaginary Tiger I talked to ...
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My pet, my love

by Roy and Cristina Day Fanita Relationships, Home and Family, Pets
Our pets...they are loving, playful, loyal, cute and last, but not least, so freakin adorable. 🙈You got to love them. But not everyone has a pet, and I know why now... I grew up very close of my grandparents house and they had it all there: dogs, cats, sheep, cows, pigs, goats, chicken, ducks, goose, turkeys, you name it. 🙊I used to spend my summer breaks at their house a lot, and being a kid, you just love chasing them all ...
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Freedom to Embrace Gratitude

by Louise Barry-Taylor Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Health and Fitness, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Communications, Kids and Teens, Pets
Is gratitude one of the latest and greatest buzzwords or is it real?  So much is said about gratitude, Opera Winfrey spoke about keeping a gratitude journal on her show for many years; according to Greater Good Magazine research has proven that gratitude improves our mental health; Conscious Lifestyle Magazine published an article titled "The Health Benefits of Gratitude - 6 Scientifically Proven Ways Being Grateful Rewires Your Brain + Body for Health".  These results came up for me on ...
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What does your pet do to treat you

by Stephen Bones News and Society, Self Improvement, Pets
what our pets do for us Pets are a wonder of nature Do we take them for granted  What do they do for us Where do they take us  Let's look at nature for a moment This is a wonder of nature, it blooms every year in the spring, the blooms then fade away leaving its seed to float on the wind. Then the following year in the spring it blooms again after enduring cold weather, rain and wind . Your pet was born weaned and ...
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why treat your dog for fleas & ticks

by Stephen Bones Business, Self Improvement, Pets
I have worked in the pet industry for 15 years. Suppling Vet medicines was one of the product lines that  I supplied to retailers. We had to be licensed with the Veterinary Medicine Directorate (VMD ) to comply and supply these type of products to the retailers. The object of this short blog is to educate you or remind any pet owner : WHY YOU SHOULD TREAT YOUR DOG FOR FLEAS AND TICKS why you should control fleas and ticks what is a ...
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Non meat based dog treats

by Stephen Bones Self Improvement, Pets, Reference and Education
I have worked in the pet industry for 15 years. Importing dog treats was one of the product lines that  I supplied to retailers. Natural DogTreats in my experience are the best thing for your lovable friend.  Other types of treats are available and generally will not harm your dog this article is to help you decide what to purchase if you want GOOD QUALITY Natural Dog Treats that are not meat based. I also want to help you understand what the JARGON on ...
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Are your dogs treat 100% natural ?

by Stephen Bones Internet and Businesses Online, Self Improvement, Pets
I have worked in the pet industry for 15 years. Importing dog treats was one of the product lines that  I supplied to retailers. Natural DogTreats in my experience are the best thing for your beloved family friend. Other types of treats are available and generally will not harm your dog this article is to help you decide what to purchase if you want GOOD QUALITY Natural Dog Treats that are meat based. I also want to help you understand what ...
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LANCASTER BOMBER IN THE PEAK DISTRICT

by Stephen Bones Travel and Leisure, Recreation and Sports, Pets
I live in the PEAK DISTRICT , Which is the oldest National Park in the UK. There is always something extraordinary to talk about, something happening, exciting and amazing events. The Peak district has so much heritage in the form of buildings and places on interest. The views are BREATH TAKING  and that attracts many visitors and walkers to the park. In fact it attracts more than 10,000,000 visitors a year !!    The above is the view from my front ...
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the mighty copper beech tree

by Stephen Bones Home Based Business, Recreation and Sports, Pets
TODAY WE ARE GOING TO LOOK AT THE MIGHTY COPPER BEECH TREE ! This one is in my garden , our family home was built in 1858 ( and we didn't build it before you start with the funny comments)  so we assume this is the approximate age of the tree   These copper beech trees are native to europe  BUT BEWARE BECAUSE THE MIGHTY COPPER BEECH CAN FALL !  This is called summer branch drop  Jeremy Barrell FICFor discusses this mode of branch failure, and ...
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PURPOSE: LIVE IT & GET FULFILMENT

by Roch Elias Arts and Entertainment, Business, Computers and Technology, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Finance, Health and Fitness, Home Improvement, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Communications, Home and Family, Kids and Teens, Pets, Reference and Education, Writing and Speaking
Introduction Some people are just existing before exiting this life but some people are living their lives full of purpose, with a gusto and zest for living. It's time when you should also decide to still live your life to the fullest, beyond the routine and mundane of paid employment. Live your Purpose Myles Munroe once said that when purpose is not known, abuse is invevitable. It's sad that many people don't know their purpose and are not living their lives fulfilled. When ...
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Pain is a Catalyst!

by Louise Barry-Taylor Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Home Improvement, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Pets
Pain is a catalyst!  Don't believe me?  I invite you, no encourage you ... no, I'm beseeching you here ... read on and walk alongside me.  Just be warned, this is the real deal, authentic experience and deep raw pain. Pain all fronts, everything going wrong simultaneously.  Murphy would have it no other way!  Deep grief over the loss of my precious friend, passed away far too young; my heart broken by my life-long love; a darling friend had left the ...
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Keep Your Eyes On Your Goal

by Sergei VanBellinghen Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Health and Fitness, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Pets, Reference and Education
When you try to achieve something great in life, you always need to keep your eyes on your goal, working with the end in mind. Most people focus on the path and pursue only that, which is one of the things that make them stumble. Everything in life starts with an objective. So identify that first. Do you know what your end goal is? How do you become yourself instead of just trying to mimic or be someone else? What is ...
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Free Puppy Training Manual

by Debra Sherman Pets
Sign up for a free puppy training manual written by Doggy Dan, Professional Dog Trainer and Owner of The Online Dog Trainer. I Donate to Animal CharitiesThank you for visiting.  I donate 10% of all commissions I earn on my website, www.PeopleLovingAnimals.com, to animal charities.  If you like the website, please share it with your friends – every purchase helps animals!  Debra 
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How to Keep the Dog Out of the Garbage

by Debra Sherman Pets
This is a picture of the mess I found upon returning home one day. Little dachshund, Taz had helped herself to the garbage! I have to say that yes, I was shocked and overwhelmed with the enormous mess – but more importantly, I was scared and concerned about what Taz might have eaten. I know certain foods can be harmful (even toxic/fatal) for dogs, and knowing, for example, that this day’s garbage contained coffee grounds, I knew Taz could be ...
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FREE Online Dog Training Videos - 5 FREE Videos from a Professional Dog Trainer!

by Debra Sherman Pets
Submit your email below and receive one free dog training video per day, for 5 days.
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Do What Is Right, Not What Is Easy

by Sergei VanBellinghen Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Health and Fitness, News and Society, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Pets, Reference and Education, Writing and Speaking
It is so important to do what is right, not what is easy, when you believe in something, even when the rest of the world seems against you. Yes, it takes a lot of courage to be in a situation that requires you to stand alone. But why avoid such a confrontation just to feel safe and never live a full life. Where in life do you take the easy or convenient way? Why don’t you do what is right in ...
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Foods That Are Poisonous for Dogs and Cats

by Debra Sherman Pets
Some foods that may sound healthy and delicious to you, could actually be dangerous for your pets. The nutrition experts at The Humane Society of the United States have put together a list of the top foods that are poisonous for dogs and cats. If you suspect your pet has eaten any of the following foods, please note the amount ingested and contact your veterinarian or the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center at (888) 426-4435 immediately.j Foods That Are Poisonous for Dogs and CatsAlcoholApple seedsApricot pitsAvocadosCherry pitsChocolate ...
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Personalized Dog Necklaces - Great Gift for Dog Lovers!

by Debra Sherman Pets
Personalized Dog Necklaces – Great Gift for Dog Lovers!Personalized dog necklaces make a great gift for dog lovers.  Having a necklace with your dog’s name engraved on it is a wonderful way to let the world know how much you love your dog!  I received a similar necklace shaped like a wiener dog when I owned my little Dachshund, Taz.  Not only was I thrilled to receive and wear it, but I realized after she passed that it is a ...
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Turning Fear of Failure into Faith for Success

by Roch Elias Arts and Entertainment, Business, Computers and Technology, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Real Estate, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Finance, Home Improvement, Investing, News and Society, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Communications, Food and Drink, Home and Family, Pets, Reference and Education, Shopping and Product Reviews, Writing and Speaking
Every human being who is on the face of this earth was created with intrinsic value and worth such that we all want to be identified with success. Let's face it, no single person wants to be identified with failure. No one wants to be mocked that they are failing, whether in their relationships, finances, career, academics, businesses and their other endeavours. Fear is a toxic feeling which is sometimes said to mean F- False E- Evidence A-Appearing R- Real Fear brings an amplified illusion of failure, ...
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Petting at work

by Louis Munro Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Pets
Walking in the administration building of university a man passed me in one of the halls. He was dressed in brown pants, white and blue checkered shirt and a blood red bowtie. Next to him was a brown cocker spaniel dog. He was in his mid-fifties wearing thick glasses. I knew this person had to be a lecturer and professor of some kind. His dog next to him was not on a leach as it walking faithfully next to him. Upon ...
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