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A FREE Recording of The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale and More

Posted by Catherine and the Paws-itive Pets on April 30, 2016 at 7:50 PM Comments comments (0)


Dear Sprinkle Goodness Reader,


This month Catherine found a “treasure find” on Twitter. She saw someone's post about Nightingale-Conant. They were offering one of the best self-help, life-changing recordings, ever, for free!!


The recording is called “The Strangest Secret” by Earl Nightingale. If you’re looking for “the ultimate secret” for success in life, you absolutely, “paws-itively” must listen to this.


We hope the link where you can access this timeless recording from Nightingale-Conant still works. If it does, you can download “The Strangest Secret” for free, here.


That was our “Paws-itive” news for the month April.


What else was new this month?


In “Creative Living,” Catherine launched our “first” “Stock Image Ideas for You” newsletter!! If you’re a photographer looking for ideas, or a photo buyer, you can see the archive of our first issue here.

 

Lastly, in “Pet Travel,” there’s a “purr-fectly” cool place where you can search for and find "pet-friendly" hotels, motels, resorts, cottages, and more -- throughout North America here

 

Sincerely,

Angel, the “Paws-itive” Kitty


P.S.: On a mini personal note, Catherine was happy to see the amazing, wild groundhog return to our property. He showed up earlier this month. Catherine and Matt call him, “Phil,” the groundhog. Here’s a photo of him.


 

Pet Travel: A Dog-Friendly, Dino-Theme Park that the Movie "Jurassic World" Reminded Me of

Posted by Catherine and the Paws-itive Pets on January 9, 2016 at 2:05 PM Comments comments (0)


Dear Sprinkle Goodness Reader,


Jurassic World. What a movie.


There are some scenes I can’t watch. But overall – the whole world of dinosaurs coming to life again – and the drama, suspense, and action of the movie, captivates me. (I’m a fan of the previous three Jurassic Park movies, too.)


If you haven’t seen the latest movie, Jurassic World, the dinosaurs are back in a hugely successful theme park, with over 20,000 visitors every day. But when the latest creation -- the Indominus Rex -- breaks free, it turns into an urgent situation to save people’s lives.


The movie – and the rekindled interest of dinosaurs -- reminded me of a dinosaur-theme park in the U.S.A. It’s a...


Dinosaur-Theme Park Where Doggies are Welcome!


This dinosaur-theme park is safe though! The dinosaurs are not alive. They are, however, “the world’s largest collection of life size dinosaurs.” It’s called Dinosaur World, and there are three theme park locations to choose from – one in Florida, one in Kentucky, and the other in Texas.


Pet traveller, Maddie, has explored the Dinosaur World in Kentucky with her dog. She shared her experience with us last year, and we’d like to “paw-forward” her article and experience of travelling with her dog to Dinosaur World.


Her story includes a stay in a doggie hotel in Glasgow, Kentucky. How cool!

 

Here it is. Enjoy!


Sincerely,

Catherine

 

U.S. Pet Travel Opportunity in the South Rim of the Grand Canyon

Posted by Catherine and the Paws-itive Pets on September 10, 2015 at 10:50 PM Comments comments (1)

Dear Sprinkle Goodness Reader,


It’s Rocky, the Paws-itive Beagle, dreaming of U.S. travel. Where would you like to travel with your doggies in the United States? If I could travel to two places in the U.S. they would be…


• To see the statue of Balto, the heroic sled dog, in New York City’s Central Park.

 

• To go to Philadelphia and jump up and down, with my mommy Catherine, beside The Rocky Statue. (Catherine is a fan of the Rocky film series starring Sylvester Stallone. Her favourite one though is the first Rocky movie.)


Okay, these are places Catherine would LOVE to go to with Matt, me, Daisey and our kitties. But I’m happy to go wherever Catherine goes.


Today however, Catherine discovered a third place to go in the U.S. from GoPetFriendly.com. It is a cool pet travel opportunity in the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. I’ll let the doggy owners who travelled there with their dogs tell you all about it right here


Sincerely,

Rocky, the Paws-itive Beagle

Pet Travel Lessons from Rocky's Pillow De-Fluffing Adventure

Posted by Catherine and the Paws-itive Pets on August 4, 2015 at 1:00 AM Comments comments (0)


Dear Sprinkle Goodness Reader,


Feathers from a pillow … everywhere.


Rocky, our beagle sat looking at us. Happily … Innocently …


“You guys are back! Look what I did when you were gone!” were his thoughts (it seemed).


Or perhaps he was thinking, “Hey guys, Daisey and I wanted to go with you. And since you didn’t take us, well, I de-fluffed this feather pillow!”


It was funny. But a bit uncomfortable, too.


You see, we weren’t at our home. We were at Matt’s parents’ home. We had been there most of the week taking care of their farm, while they were on holiday.


It was their pillow. And, Matt’s parents arrived (sooner than expected from their vacation) and saw what happened – the de-fluffed feather pillow -- before we got back from town.


We had only stepped out for a few hours or so.


We thought our beagles were fine. They were safe inside. They had the freedom to explore or get comfy on the sofa.


But this was where we learned our lesson. Here are three tips I learned from Rocky’s pillow-de-fluffing adventure – to help you travel better with pets – so both you and your pets can have a fun adventure, together.


Sincerely,

Catherine, Publisher of SprinkleGoodness.com

4 Tips for Day Travel with Pets: What You Need from a Vet Technician

Posted by Catherine and the Paws-itive Pets on November 28, 2014 at 9:30 PM Comments comments (0)


Dear Sprinkle Goodness Reader,


What do you need when you go on a day trip with pets?

 

Here’s an excellent article from vet technician, Jennifer – so you can best prepare for day travel with your pets. Continue reading Jennifer's tips here.


Sincerely,

Catherine