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Nola's Notes
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June 28, 2022


6/17/2022 11:42:00 AM
Nola's Notes
As of June 1st, Englewood Animal Rescue Sanctuary’s (EARS), thrift store’s new location at 280 South McCall Road is open. This beautiful, large store has a great layout with lots of elbow room for treasure hunters. Conveniently located just a few blocks off Dearborn St., the store has off-street parking. Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am to 3pm. In July ad August, the store will be closed on Mondays. Stop by and browse EARS’ boutique-style thrift store. Donations of clothes and housewares are greatly appreciated, and proceeds benefit the pets under EARS care while waiting for new homes.  941•460•6757
As of June 1st, Englewood Animal Rescue Sanctuary’s (EARS), thrift store’s new location at 280 South McCall Road is open. This beautiful, large store has a great layout with lots of elbow room for treasure hunters. Conveniently located just a few blocks off Dearborn St., the store has off-street parking. Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10am to 3pm. In July ad August, the store will be closed on Mondays. Stop by and browse EARS’ boutique-style thrift store. Donations of clothes and housewares are greatly appreciated, and proceeds benefit the pets under EARS care while waiting for new homes.  941•460•6757

Have you ever thought about how you might be annoying your dog? The American Kennel Club presents a list of ways you may be unwittingly bugging your buddy.
Not Sticking to a Routine. Dogs find routine comforting. Knowing what to expect, such as when you will be coming home, when dinner will arrive, and when the next potty break comes eases their stress.
Leaving Your Dog Alone. Dogs are highly social.  Of course, you can’t be with your pet every minute of the day, but excessive isolation leads to a load of problems, including destructive chewing, excessive barking, and more.  
Boring Your Dog. Many dog breeds were originally developed to perform jobs like herding or catching vermin. So from a dog’s perspective, having nothing to do is dreadfully boring. And bored dogs become destructive and stressed.  
Patting Your Dog on the Top of the Head. For some reason, people enjoy patting dogs on the top of their heads. But if you pat your own head, you’ll see how jarring it can be. Plus, dogs don’t like outstretched hands reaching over them – it’s threatening.
Teasing Your Dog. Pretending to throw a ball might seem funny to you, but it’s unfair to your dog. Not only is it annoying, but it can erode your dog’s trust.
Rushing Your Dog on Walks. Walks should be a chance for mental stimulation, socialization, and a good sniff session. Don’t ask your dog to heel past every fire hydrant and tree trunk. Let them smell, explore, and take their time.
No doubt, you’ve annoyed your dog with something on this list. Thank goodness our canine companions are quick to forgive. But now that you know how your pet really feels, you can be more considerate of their needs and perspective and try harder to live in harmony. Want to show your dog your love? Treat them to something fun.





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