How Your Donations Help Pets

by Rebecca Poling. Did you know that “giving back” stimulates dopamine, a brain chemical that contributes to feelings of pleasures and satisfaction? Donating can be every bit as empowering as volunteering and it helps solve community issues. According to The National...

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Honshin Zen Cat

by Tom Vitron.  Honshin’s Zen Cat & Sahali "Zen Cat celebrates the oneness and compassion that is at the heart of Being." Honshin (from the June entry of the 2020 Zen Cat calendar) Long before Zen Cats became a much-loved part of his creative output, artist...

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Clarkdale and the Copper Art Museum! Dog-Friendly!

By Amber Polo A visit to Clarkdale feels like walking out of Arizona into a charming planned city with shady sidewalks that beg you to slow down. Clarkdale was a company town for smelter workers who processed the 100 billion pounds of copper dug from Mingus Mountain....

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Special Needs Pets in Shelters & Rescues

By: Rebecca Poling Over the last several decades, society's attitudes have changed significantly with respect to the management and treatment of people with disabilities. More recently, the same has happened with respect toward senior pets and those with special...

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Music & Audiobooks Calm Anxious Dogs

 By:  Amber Polo Our dogs want to be close to us, but often our lives over-stimulate them. Traffic, electronics, TV, radio, and music provide a cacophony of noise. In addition, separation anxiety is high on the list of behavior problems that trouble dogs and...

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Golden Bone Wellness Center – Stem Cell Therapy for Pets

by: Amber Polo Golden Bone Wellness Center opened on July 2nd with an educational seminar about the new stem cell therapy they will offer for pets. If you missed it, you can watch a video on the MediVet Biologics website showing pets whose mobility and quality of life...

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Ark Sanctuary Provides Safe Haven for High Country Felines

By: Jacqueline Vaughn As one of less than a handful of rescue facilities devoted to cats and kittens in the Southwest, the Ark Cat Sanctuary, 35 miles west of Flagstaff, fills a special niche among animal welfare organizations and shelters. There are about 175 felines...

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La Posada and Winslow, Arizona

By Amber Polo Photos by Daniel Lutzick There’s more to Winslow than Route 66 and Standin’ on the Corner Park. Winslow is the perfect close-to-home daytrip or getaway weekend. Take photos of Standin’ on the Corner and visit the La Posada Hotel, part historic hotel and...

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Flagstaff-Sedona Dog Magazine

The December 2019/January 2020 issue of Flagstaff Sedona Dog Magazine is available now. "Giving, Giving Back, and Going Forward" honors the work of local animal welfare groups. This special issue is dedicated to publisher Elaine Rigden, who we lost recently, and celebrates her passion for supporting the bond between humans and animals. www.flagstaffsedonadog.com/ ... See MoreSee Less

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The December 2019/January 2020 issue of Flagstaff Sedona Dog Magazine is available now. "Giving, Giving Back, and Going Forward" honors the work of local animal welfare groups. This special issue is dedicated to publisher Elaine Rigden, who we lost recently, and celebrates her passion for supporting the bond between humans and animals. www.flagstaffsedonadog.com/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Flagstaff-Sedona Dog Magazine

Elaine Ridgen, owner and editor of the Flagstaff-Sedona Dog, passed away on October 17th. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. In memory of her love of animals and her dreams for the Flagstaff-Sedona Dog, the December-January issue will be dedicated to the non-profit animal welfare organizations who work in our communities. ... See MoreSee Less

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