Nadia Caillou was honored in the December, 2011/January, 2012 issue of The Flagstaff-Sedona Dog in an article entitled “What a Woman – What a Life!” Sadly, now only a few years later, her life has ended far too soon.
It goes without saying that without volunteers, nonprofit organizations cannot fulfill their mission and achieve their goals. But did you know that, according to Volunteer Hub, studies have shown volunteers have longer lifespans than non-volunteers, better heart health, and reduced anxiety and depression?
In 2004 a kitten from Camp Verde needed a home. The owner felt this kitten had a destiny and when she heard 7 Centers needed a temple cat she felt “Lionheart” had found his dharma. His journey from arrival in a laundry basket to Sri Guruji Lionheart, Sedona’s most honored cat touched the lives of many yogis.
Pets’ lives are shorter than our human ones. All life-long pet lovers have experienced the sorrow and grieving for many pets who have shared their life. Every pet enhances our life in meaningful and often surprising ways. The loss of a pet companion can feel like your heart is breaking.
Redrock Precision Motors loves cars. And loves dogs! Larry, a handsome five-year-old Boxer from Luxemburg, works as greeter, customer support, and assistant to Mike Newton. Mike and Larry moved to Sedona four years ago to run the front office. Larry has made many friends in town. And, though Turq from Cleaner Quicker Carwash and Flagstaff-Sedona Dog’s cover dog for the August-September 2018 issue may disagree, Mike claims Larry is the most famous dog in Sedona.