Monthly Archives: July 2011

Travel Checklist

Getting ready to travel with your pet? If your pal is finally ready to hit the open road, there’s only one question left: are YOU ready for your dog to travel with you? Even if your dog seems prepared for … Continue reading

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Learning How to Learn

By Janet Velenovsky Writing the first entry for Premier’s new blog is a bit daunting. So many topics, so much material to consider… I looked for inspiration from friends and other sages. We live in an age of innovation, expansion, … Continue reading

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Dog Park Benefits: How barking for a park can help you, your pet and your community

Most people probably see a dog park as a fun place for a dog to run and play off-leash, but do you know how beneficial they are to you and your community? A great playground for your pal, dog parks … Continue reading

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The Bean and The Bear

The litter closet was smellier than usual. I emptied both boxes, yet the smell did not let up. This was more than the usual lingering odor that one expects from changing out kitty litter. I removed the boxes, the wipe-mat … Continue reading

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