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Meadow Views

Welcome to Lori Mauger’s blog entitled Meadow Views. Imagine a lush, sun-splashed field dotted with vegetation and wildlife, and a footpath that cuts through the greenery to encourage leisurely, contemplative strolls. I believe it’s the ideal perspective from which to share my views. Thanks for visiting! Your comments are appreciated.

Meadow View by Lori Mauger

A Treatment Option for Canine Cancer

Posted by on November 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

A Treatment Option for Canine Cancer

What is a clinical trial? Simply put, it’s a scientific study which relies on volunteers– namely, pets that are enrolled by their owners– to test new or refined medications or medical procedures.

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School Daze Doggie Style!

Posted by on September 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

School Daze Doggie Style!

Kids are excited to go back to school. Join the fun with these three ideas for you and your pet!

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Food, Glorious Food– Or is It?

Posted by on August 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Food, Glorious Food– Or is It?

Training dogs with food is not only rewarding for the dog, but also for the owner. That’s because it’s easy to see quick results when a command is taught using food. However, what happens when the owner’s been schooling the dog on a command for several weeks, and then the owner issues the command, but food is missing from the equation?

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The Simple Summer Pleasure of Hunting for a Treasure

Posted by on July 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

The Simple Summer Pleasure of Hunting for a Treasure

I collect antiques– not the stuffy objets d’art that belong in museums; rather, I prefer items that depict a simpler time and a simpler way of living. Old things are tangible connections to the past, and their curious histories make me wonder how I became the next guardian in an ambiguous procession of owners.

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