Taking care of puppies once was exclusively the female canine mom’s job. However, we are now in a time where dogs are domesticated pets. There are still wild dog family breeds that still take care of their own offspring, but for those we hold dear to our hearts as family members to us, we help take care.
Three main things to remember when taking care of newborn puppies:
1. You are working as an aid to mom and making sure her health needs are met too. 2. You want to help create the best care possible to ensure healthy and happy future pet companions. 3. Not all puppy care is child’s play. Be prepared and organized in keeping up with cleaning and addressing what is needed in progressive growing stages.
As much work as puppies can be they are still a bunch of loving fun.
From my perspective, oneness is not about everyone being on the same page when it comes to our experiences and choices in life. It’s about respect and reverence for us all sharing the same life force within. When it comes to the world we live in, we make it what it is. We are all connected!
“I surround myself with people that I want to be with. And I keep moving forward.”
~ Sam Berns
SAM BERNS SHARES HIS PHILOSOPHY FOR HAPPINESS
Sam Bern’s was a very much loved and admired young man of the age of 17 before his passing January 2014. He inspired many through sharing his Philosophy for happiness. His legacy is strong in his aid for awareness, his courage in choosing to live the way he spoke, and in his heart of gold in share who and how he was with the world
Sam Berns and Progeria
Progeria is a rear condition only children are subjected to. Sam and his parents have been a great part of bringing awareness and research support to The Progeria Research Foundation. At best the progress has been in areas of sustaining the lives of these youngsters. Giving hope to them and their families to spend more time together as the life expectancy of this condition is heart breakingly low.