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Well, it’s official. My pregnancy-induced high blood pressure (read more about that here) isn’t cooperating, and it looks like baby girl is going to make her official debut sometime tomorrow. (What? It’s really happening? Is this real life?!) I head to the hospital this evening to begin the induction process, which will kick into full gear tomorrow morning. I am simultaneously bursting with fear and excitement, anxiety and pure joy. She may be coming early, but it feels like I’ve been ready to meet her forever.
I’m not sure exactly when I’ll be returning to the blog full time, but starting Monday, I’ll have some incredible guest posters filling in. Please stop back by to show them some love. If it weren’t for them, we’d be shutting Bubby and Bean down for at least a couple of weeks, so I really appreciate your support of them. I’m so excited for you guys to see all the goodness they have to share. And I will stop in with updates along the way (and baby photos!) as I am able, after we’re home and recovered. I’ll also do my best to update when she is born on Instagram (@bubbyandbean) and Twitter (@motm_ecofashion).
And last but not least, the winner of the Big Holiday Giveaway as chosen via random.org is:
Congratulations Jess! Please contact me at bubbyandbean (AT) gmail.com to discuss getting you your prizes. (With the baby coming earlier than expected, please allow up to a week for me to get back to you.)
For those who celebrated, I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. The next time you hear from me, I will be a mother!
Food. Now. More specifically, Feline Greenies. Video taken with a GoPro HD Hero 2. “I’m So Hungry” by Square Circle.
Video Rating: 5 / 5
Mia chasing the Feline Greenies. To learn more about cat dental treats @http://www.essential-cat-supplies.com/cat-dental-treats.html.
Cozy Great Dane
Great Danes make the bestest, coziest blankets
‘Tis the night before Christmas, and all of my wonderful furry babies are now tucked into bed…
After receiving many hugs, kisses, massages, and playtime, while they wore Santa hats on their heads.
I am so very fortunate to be their pet sitter, and provide them with love, enrichment, and care…
Whether I’m feeding, snuggling, trimming nails, or administering medications, when their families aren’t there.
Wishing the happiest, safest, and healthiest of holidays to friends, colleagues, and clients of I’ve Got the ‘Scoop’!, LLC…
Each of you, especially your beloved pets, have truly been the most wonderful gifts ever given to me!!!
Wishing everyone lots of furry fun and precious purring moments throughout the holiday season!
I’ve Got the ‘Scoop’!, LLC
Weight loss for fat dogs seems like a no-brainer. The easiest way to tell if your pet needs to shed a few pounds is to feel around its ribs and spine. You should be able to feel both, with only a thin layer of fat separating the skin from the bones. If you can’t find its ribcage, you definitely have an overweight dog.
Ask your veterinarian to evaluate your dog’s weight at the point when it reaches maturity. As a rule of thumb 15% above the ideal weight is obese, whereas 10% to 15% is considered overweight. If your dog weighs more than it should, don’t be discouraged. In industrialized nations more than 20% of all dogs are overweight or obese.
Keeping track of your dog’s weight can be a relatively easy task. Your vet will weigh your dog every visit and you’ll then be able to determine whether you’re overfeeding your dog or not.
Some breeds of dogs are naturally prone to obesity, while others like Greyhounds and German Shepherds are characteristically slim.
Small and medium size breeds are just as likely to be overweight or obese as are larger dogs. Some of the smaller and medium size dogs with a tendency to put on excess weight are Dachshunds, Scottish Terriers, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Beagles, Cocker Spaniels, and Basset Hounds.
Among larger breeds, Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, and Rottweilers tend to be the most susceptible breeds for weight gain.
Although not as common, giant breeds like the Bernese Mountain Dog, Newfoundlands and Saint Bernards can easily put on extra weight and you may not even notice until the dog becomes obese.
If you are serious about weight loss for your fat dog, you should begin feeding it a daily regimen of Winston’s Digest All to speed up weight loss. Overweight dogs usually lose an average of five pounds within the first two to three months of a daily regimen of Digest All.
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Arlington, VA General Dentist, Dr. Duke Kim Now Offers Innovative Treatment for Chronic Headache and Migraine Sufferers
Arlington, VA (PRWEB) July 04, 2013
Arlington, VA’s Dr. Duke Kim, DDS, MAGD of Ballston Dental Arts now offers a comprehensive treatment program for patients suffering from chronic pain relating to headaches, migraines, tension, and whiplash. Dr. Duke Kim uses a combination of proven therapeutic, state-of-the-art techniques to evaluate and treat patients with pain or discomfort caused as a consequence of improper muscle forces in the mouth, neck, and head area.
“This treatment is badly needed in a subsection of the population that suffers from ongoing chronic head and neck pain. The TruDenta treatment program allows us to give our patients immediate relief and long-lasting results,” says Dr. Duke Kim of Ballston Dental Arts. “It?s exciting and rewarding to see patients take back control of their lives and their health with more pain-free days. It?s really life changing.”
Dr. Duke Kim uses the TruDenta system in a specific way to evaluate a patient?s pain symptoms and disabilities in the teeth, muscles, and joints that likely are caused by force imbalances. Then, based on the objective data, Dr. Duke Kim provides patients with individualized therapy tailored to their condition. This rehabilitation of the muscles and nerves causing the pain is a combination of in-office treatments and at-home care. The treatment is minimally invasive and painless, with no needles or drugs involved.
Do You Hear What I Hear? by Cynthia Ruchti To shepherds? Really, God? You crafted a birth announcement that was delivered first to shepherds? The story’s become so familiar to us, so easy for us to visualize because of all the Christmas pageants we’ve witnessed over the years—all the fourth-grade boys in plaid robes with…
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Lacey is an adult female Australian Shepherd & Labrador Retriever mix currently in the care of The Animal Shelter (Calhoun County Humane Society) in Anniston, AL. Lacey is a sweet dog who loves…
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