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Woof Magazine! Our first issue!
In this issue, we start with a note from our Editor-in-Chief, Jill Sullivan Grueter, founder of The Project Pawsitive Foundation. Jill discusses the mission of Woof Magazine: Read Woof. Rebuild Shelters.
Since 2009, The Project Pawsitive Foundation has been renovating shelters around New Hampshire and the nation. Most recently, Jill, Drew, and volunteers for Project Pawsitive headed off to Michigan and Virginia to rebuild two shelters for Animal Planet’s Pet Nation Renovation. As the animal shelter renovation experts, Project Pawsitive help provide over $300,000 in renovations needs to these two deserving shelters.
The bottom line: the more you read Woof Magazine, the more you help Jill and her team renovate shelters and provide supplies.
This month’s magazine focuses on an “Ask-the-Expert” feel. We’ve got the best and brightest from IVG’s Port City Referral Hospital discussing ways to ease separation anxiety, advice on starting a new aquarium (have you heard of the nitrogen cycle?), and more!
We’re so excited to bring you new issues of Woof Magazine each and every month! Make sure to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you’d like to see in an issue of Woof!
Articles in this issue:
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Ask the Vet: Separation Anxiety – Dr. Tonya Brown from Port City Referral Hospital in Portsmouth talks about 6 steps to ease separation anxiety.
Beach Reads & Summer Toys – The latest and greatest books and toys!
Pooch-Perfect Beaches: From Seabrook to Salisbury to York and Kittery. These areas are fun to run!
Nontoxic Pet Stain Remover: The Green Clean Coach, Leslie Reichart, gives a simple and effective nontoxic pet stain remover recipe.
Did You Know? Bock! Bock! – What’s the difference between pasture-raised and free-range eggs?
Starting a Fish Tank – Before you start putting fish into your new tank, you need to read this.
Adoption Corner – Should I Adopt an Older Cat?
Breed Spotlight: The Great Dane – The gentle giants that are big cuddlers and great family members. Take a look at this noble breed.
Pet Pics: Oooohh look at that face! – Some of the cutest faces from New England!