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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

Three Timely Tips for a Doggone Awesome Winter!

Posted by on November 2013 in Blog | 3 comments

Three Timely Tips for a Doggone Awesome Winter!

Winter is beckoning, and with it comes a bevy of holiday activities plus plenty of hours spent indoors. Before you’re bogged down by glad tidings and sequestered from the chill, take some time to plan ahead for your dog’s cold weather needs with these three timely tips:

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Help Your Hound Have a Happy Halloween!

Posted by on October 2013 in Blog | 4 comments

Help Your Hound Have a Happy Halloween!

Get a glimpse of Halloween from your dog’s point of view, and keep him safe from the ghastly goings-on with these three quick tips:

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A Whippet’s Weapon for a Wicked Workout: Got Balls?

Posted by on October 2013 in Blog | 4 comments

A Whippet’s Weapon for a Wicked Workout: Got Balls?

Around my house, Trooper is affectionately deemed our resident mountain goat. Mountain goats are known for their ability to traverse steep slopes with aplomb. Likewise, Trooper’s grace and confidence with climbing, turning, and overall maneuverability are astounding. Why? Because he’s been working out on a therapy ball since he was a baby pup, and his core muscle group is in prime condition.

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He was So Much Better Because of You

Posted by on October 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

He was So Much Better Because of You

Recently, I bumped into a dog training acquaintance whom I hadn’t seen in ages. At one time I instructed her and her dog in classes that were geared for competition obedience trials.

On the day we met, my friend held the leash to a young dog that I didn’t know. We chatted, and I learned that her former dog was waiting for her at the Rainbow Bridge. As she filled me in on her new companion’s personality and training acumen, she paused

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