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Managing Airport Stress

Managing Airport Stress

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No one escapes stress. All people can do is to manage it. There are a multitude of causes, but airports rank among the worst of them. A neuropsychologist remarked while passing through London Heathrow, the sixth busiest airport in the world, that it was a similar experience to being in a riot, according to the Telegraph newspaper […]

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The Power of Pet Travel Therapy at a Hotel

The Power of Pet Travel Therapy at a Hotel

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We already know that, like humans, dogs and cats release the ‘love hormone’ oxytocin. When I pat my dog, or look her in the eyes, I produce Oxytocin hormones, those same hormones women experience when breasting that relaxes the mother and increase her nurturing response. This hormone release can also help to enable sleep. Click […]

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Celebrate remission from breast cancer with a trip.

Celebrate remission from breast cancer with a trip.

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When Judy’s doctor called and gave her the good news about her remission from breast cancer, we screamed, laughed and cried together. “Let’s do something big – let’s take a trip,”  Judy suggested. For several months we were always too busy –work, family, doctors appointments, dog sitters — there were always good excuses. Finally the […]

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Scout Out Lake Tahoe: Winter Fun for You and Your Dog

Scout Out Lake Tahoe: Winter Fun for You and Your Dog

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Waggin’ Winter With snow finally flowing in Lake Tahoe, snow sport enthusiasts flock to the mountains to catch up on some much needed skiing. Though some dogs prefer lounging by the fire to romping in the snow, a weekend getaway to Lake Tahoe, whether you prefer North Lake or South Lake, is the perfect opportunity […]

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