Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Happy New Year!

HTT and the Wolfchase Dogs wish you and yours a very prosperous and Happy New Year.

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Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Merry Christmas!

HTT and the Wolfchase Dogs wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas.

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Monday, December 24, 2018

Holiday Dinner for People and Pets

A turkey or ham with all the trimmings will grace many dinner tables this Christmas. It is natural to share the feast with your family pet. After all, he is family. Make sure you offer a tasty delight and not a tummy ache. Your pet can enjoy some holiday favorites. Others can upset his stomach or worse. Put together a scrumptious healthy feast for your pet. Avoid foods on the do-not-share list.

Read more at https://www.holistictouchtherapy.com/articles/holiday-dinners-for-people-and-pets.html

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Sunday, December 23, 2018

Holiday Safety Tips for Pets

Including furry four-legged friends in holiday festivities is automatic for those who consider pets family members. Keep them healthy and happy by maintaining their normal eating and exercise schedules. Be careful to safeguard them against potential dangers of common holiday decorations and treats.

Read more at: https://www.holistictouchtherapy.com/articles/holiday-safety-tips-for-pets.html

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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Toys for kids

Last week Sue and friends from Trinity Episcopal Church took toys to dogs and cats at a local animal shelter. This week they distributed tons of donated toys to cheer the holiday for children who might not get many gifts from Santa. It feels so good to spread joy during the holidays.

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Monday, December 10, 2018

Christmas came early for these special friends

Dr. Sue, Susan Hyak, & Brodie Hyak delivered donations of toys and supplies collected by Trinity Episcopal Church to furry friends at Dorothy O'Connor Pet Adoption Center. Pups and cats waiting for forever homes will make good use of the new beds & toys.

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Friday, November 23, 2018

Eating turkey with a spoon

Forks are something most of us take for granted, but imagine eating your turkey with a spoon instead of a fork this year.

No forks were available for pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving meal since they did not bring forks with them in 1620. That means the first Thanksgiving turkey and many meals to follow were eaten with a spoon!

The fork was introduced ten years later by Governor Winthrop of Massachusetts, but it was not brought into popular use until the 18th century. A really hungry person with a knife and a spoon could probably eat almost any meal presented.

Sure glad I had a fork when I ate my Thanksgiving meal!

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