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With the recent global spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) from Wuhan, China, the fears of traveling are heightening once again. As authorities say that it can take 14 days for flu-like symptoms to appear (and some may not even exhibit any symptoms), many people infected with this respiratory illness may not know until later. Travel to China and Europe have now been restricted by the the U.S. Department of State. As coronavirus...

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Happy New Year! Let the countdown begin…New year, new YOU! Sniff out my 8 New Year’s Resolutions for dog lovers and owners.    #1 GET IN SHAPE by exercising your dog WOOOF, having a dog is a lifelong commitment! Oftentimes, once the excitement of a new dog fades, humans get caught up with their work and children and become “too busy” to exercise their dogs. It’s unfair to for your dog to resort to pee pads or the...

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  ARRFF! As I make my mark around the globe, I often come across countless dogs, cats, and other animals living in deplorable conditions and blatantly suffering from utmost cruelty. Even though animal suffering is found literally everywhere in the world (even in nations with the most progressive animal welfare laws), we can still take small yet effective actions to make a positive impact on one’s life (or many lives) on...

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Looking for tips to improve your sleep on the road? Sniff out my 13 ways to get better sleep while traveling:   #1 WAY TO GET BETTER SLEEP WHILE TRAVELING NEVER lose sleep on purpose So my yorkie ears always perk up whenever fellow travelers tell me that they would stay up all night or purposely shorten their sleep so they “could sleep on the plane” and/or “get on the new time zone by the time of arrival.” Although their...

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  Wooooof, escapaders! As a four-legged world escapader, I often get intrigued looks from humans and dogs as soon as they hear that I flew well over 10 hours just to mark up their neighborhood poles and tree stumps and devour all the chops-lickin’ food that their hometown has to offer. A long-haul flight is never easy for any dog, even the most-experienced escapader like myself. There’s indisputably more anxiety for dogs than...

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Helloooooo, escapaders! Thanks for staying tuned to PART II on how to keep a healthy mind while traveling. Keep on reading for more tips on maintaining your sanity on the road…   Healthy mind while traveling TIP #1: REFLECT DAILY What does “reflecting” mean? For me, I seize an undisturbed moment to myself and reflect on what I’ve accomplished for the day. I also think of ways I can improve myself along with goals for the...

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