Please excuse if you are already aware of any of my observations. However, a fresh set of eyes can often helpful…
You might be wondering why would I, a social media (SM) veteran provide so much insider information? The answer is simple: my clients or employer can’t clone me and my 25+ years of experience building and managing online communities.
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We close out Women’s History Month by recognizing some invisible heroines. This week, we celebrate women pioneers who help animals. Maybe they didn’t set out to change the world, but these women saved the lives of many animals, big and small.
We all know at least one woman who has devoted her life to helping animals. For example, in my community, Bay State Animal Cooperative is a safe, no kill rescue for animals. The non-profit is run by women who work to “reduce animal overpopulation and unnecessary suffering for companion, stray, relinquished and feral animals.”
BSAC has a warm place in my heart. It’s the place I where I found and adopted my furry boy, Oscar. He’s an older cat who makes a fine therapy pet for cats and people.
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I thought I’d share some photos of military service dogs as a followup to Dr. Pet Mom’s 3/15/29 blog “Honoring Our Brave K-9 Veterans on March 13.”
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This week, we continue to celebrate National Women’s History Month in March. Today’s heroines are women farmers. We’ve been growing food and farming the land for centuries in America and around the world.
But even today, it’s still hard to know the number of women farmers worldwide. One source explained that most small-scale farmers are women in developing countries. In the agricultural sector, women are 60% to 80% of the farmers in non-industrialized countries.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) estimates that women make up 43% to 70% of the agricultural labor in developing countries.
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Did you know that according the American Kennel Club for the past 28 years that the Labrador Retriever is America’s most popular dog breed? Let’s celebrate these nice doggies with some pics!
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We have many reasons to celebrate everything our doggy friends do for us. March 13 is a day set aside to honor the service and sacrifices of American military and working dogs throughout history. March 13 was National K-9 Veterans Day in honor of military service and working dogs in the United States military.
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With all the way serious things going on I thought something light would be a welcome break. Back in 2010 Dr. Pet Mom and I were in Boston and I snapped the following photos…
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March 1 was National Horse Rescue Day. It’s a day to bring awareness to the plight of horses in America and beyond and help the thousands of unwanted horses in this country to find forever homes.
Here’s a story about a person dedicated to helping thoroughbred horses. When these horse retire from racing, their lives can quickly end. But one horse lover helps to retrain, rescue, and adopt these lovely animals to give them a better quality of life.
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Sharing photos of four of my favorite neighborhood pet friends that I snapped a while ago. I hope you enjoy these pics as much as I do!
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March is Women’s History Month and March 3 is Wangari Maathai Day. In celebration of women everywhere, here’s my post about one of my heroines, Wangari Maathai.
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“A woodland in full color is awesome as a forest fire, in magnitude at least, but a single tree is like a dancing tongue of flame to warm the heart.” –Hal Borland