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Fall 2017

Fall 2017

michelle-morris-adams-tito-roxy-luckyWelcome Pet Lovers!


As we enter into a new season, especially during the Fall, we are reminded of change. The weather changes, the leaves change, circumstances change.

In this issue we would like to highlight Brookdale Senior Living. Brookdale Senior Living is the largest senior living community across the nation providing the most personalized care. And, they offer more than just a place to stay, they offer a place to live with their pets. As we know, pets are good medicine, so when someone you love is in need of senior living and they don’t want to leave their furry companion behind, they won’t have to at Brookdale. They make life great for seniors and pets.

As we think about holistic health for ourselves, think about it for your pets too! Barb Ahern’s article “Holistic Health Going to the Dogs’’ is a great reminder of the healthy alternatives choices we can provide them, especially when it pertains from symptoms of anxiety to issues with arthritis. Consult with Barbara and/or your vet to see what positive changes they have to offer your pet.

September 10th is National Pet Memorial Day. One of the most difficult choices we’ll ever have to make is when to say good bye. But when that painful choice is made, celebrate your pets life. Remember, the great life you had given them, how they loved you unconditionally and teach your children how to say good-bye. We have some great tips inside on having the difficult conversation with your kids. In honor of the National Day, I dedicate this issue to all those that have lost their beloved pet(s). As well, honor and acknowledge Bubbling Memorial in Napa County for their continued support, beautiful pet cemetery and understanding our grief. To learn more about them, see their ad in our magazine or visit them at: www.bubbling-well.com

As we begin the season of change, let’s not forget about the birds. Tree care and bird safety is rarely at the forefront of our minds. As I recently encountered snowy egrets living in my neighborhood and how they were disrupted by the tree removals, I am reminded how we all could use some education around this manner.

In closure, I wish you all the best this Fall and holiday season. Enjoy your family gatherings, football season and be sure to keep your pets away from the foods that make them obese.

Thank you for your continued support and readership.

With Love,

Michelle Morris-Adams

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