Healing Energy Stones for Pets w/ Amy Davidson

Amy Davidson is a talented actress and avid dog lover, residing in Los Angeles, CA. She is best known for her role as Kerry Hennessy in the ABC sitcom 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter. Recently, Amy just wrapped an independent film called Another Stateside.

When Amy voiced her satisfaction about gemstone therapy for pets, it piqued our interest as DealWagger is an open-minded company interested in improving the lives of pets in any way possible. She introduced us to Lucy and Penny Zen Products, whose focus is on providing high-quality genuine gemstone jewelry, made with health and healing in mind.

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Browse our selection of Zen Bangles and Charms on DealWagger.com by clicking here.

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Amy’s two loves pictured with her above are named Stanley and Sophie. They both wear Lucy and Penny Zen Charms that simply clasp onto their collars. The stones each have healing qualities that benefit their emotional and physical balance. Amy mentioned that when the dogs are taken in to the vet for a teeth-cleaning, their recovery from being under anesthesia is never a pleasant experience. However, most recently, her veterinarian agreed to allow the dogs to wear their Zen gemstones throughout the procedure and during their recovery. Amy reported that the dogs had never recovered so quickly and the entire experience was less traumatic overall, convincing her that the healing qualities of the Zen gemstones played a significant role.

For information about this blog, send us an email.  Also visit www.dealwagger.com to shop by category for your dog or cat needs. Merchants may submit a form to be added here.  Last but not least, don’t forget to connect with us through FacebookTwitter and Instagram, and share our blog posts with your network. 

Unique & Eco-friendly Pet Supplies

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DealWagger.com is here to present you with products you simply can’t find in typical pet supply shops. Here is a short list of sample unique products from each category in our Dog Store:

1. Dog Food: Sojo’s Freeze-Dried Dog Food

Just add water to this freeze dried food and your dog will be in heaven. Tastes great!

 

 

 

 

 

2. Dog Treats & Chews: Isle of Dogs Grain Free Dog Treats

Wheat-Gluten free, high quality whole food-based dog treats.

 

 

 

 

 

3. Dog Health & Wellness: Zen Energy Healing Stones

 

 

Calming, relaxing energy stones that link right around your pets collar. You’d be surprised at the difference they make in anxious pets.

 

 

 

 

 

4. Dog Feeding Accessories: Unleashed Life High-Rise Nickel Raised Feeder

 

High style with affordable price points. Unleashed Life feeders will really spruce up your kitchen and fit your modern style.

 

 

 

 

 

5. Dog Collars, Harnesses, & Leashes: Officially Licensed Dog Sports Collars

 

Time to represent your team daily! Walk your dog down the street with more pride than ever for your favorite professional team.

 

 

 

 

 

6. Dog Toys: Officially Licensed Dog Sports Rope Disk Toys

 

Time for your dog to have fun with your favorite squad! Rope Disk Toys are every die hard fan’s favorite!

 

 

 

 

 

7. Dog Sports Gear & More: Officially Licensed Dog Sports Jerseys

 

NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB. We’ve got jerseys for every professional sports league.

 

 

 

 

 

8. Dog Accessories & Supplies: Earth Rated Biodegradable Poop Bags

 

Biodegradable and compostable. Lavender-scented for your olfactory pleasure. Easy clean-up!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9. Dog Beds & Home: Sofa Covers and Throws

 

Protect your furniture with water-resistant protective coverings with style.

 

 

 

 

 

10. Dog Travel: Wacky Paws Pet Carriers

 

Easy to put together, to carry, and comfortable for your pet. These pet carriers are no-brainers for short and long trips.

 

 

 

 

For information about this blog, send us an email.  Also visit www.dealwagger.com to shop by category for your dog or cat needs. Merchants may submit a form to be added here.  Last but not least, don’t forget to connect with us through FacebookTwitter and Instagram, and share our blog posts with your network. 

 

The Dog Who Wouldn’t Die

Social Media Saves Lives

Many people use social media for multiple reasons: to kill time, to contact friends, to stalk people, to promote business, etc. Then there are much holier users who use social media as a way to help fund causes they really care about such as animal rescue. When animals are in need, especially those in dire circumstances, there is a community of anonymous animal lovers out there willing to chip-in to save them. The following is a story about a dog who has been saved by social media.

Buck Needs Bucks for his Buckshot Injuries

Buck is a 3 year old mixed breed dog who was just recently found tied inside a garbage bag to a t-post of a fence after being shot in the head and face with a pellet gun. Buck was left to die. However, thanks to Facebook, a campaign was launched just last week to help pay for Buck’s $5k of veterinary bills.

From January 5-8th, 2013, Buck’s Facebook Page got 7k Likes. Today, January 9, Buck has nearly 30k Likes, as news coverage hit the Yahoo newswires. Now, buck has more than enough donations to meet his medical needs, so his rescuer and the organizer of this campaign named Augustyn has opened a bank account for Buck where “all donations will fund his recovery and necessities”.

Buck’s Current Condition

Buck’s current condition is that he is stable according to Dr. Ron Hendrick of Animal Emergency Clinic of Conroe, Texas. However, Buck still may have pellets embedded in his eyes, which may leave him blind. Staying optimistic, we should focus on the fact that Buck is alive and has a second chance at a great life.

This goes to show you that Social Media can be used for more than just foolishness, to argue about politics, or to just kill time. If there is a cause that you are passionate about and you reach out, you may be surprised at your results.

Here’s to a new year and to saving more lives than ever before!

“Wings of Rescue” to Airlift 250 Dogs to Loving Homes This Friday from Van Nuys Airport – Volunteers Needed 12/7/12

The title speaks true. An organization called Wings of Rescue and another called S.T.A.R.T. (Shelter Transport Animal Rescue Team) have partnered to make something incredible happen. Both organizations share a mission of saving dogs from death row and giving them a chance at beautiful lives in other places where they are WANTED. In fact, Wings of Rescue has saved 2,687 dogs since its inception. Bravo!

Air transport by private pilots is faster and less stressful on the dogs as opposed to being handled as “cargo” by commercial airliners. Also, since Wings of Rescue pilots are volunteers, this makes the saving of these precious souls even more possible due to lower costs to the rescue organizations.

 

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250 dogs have received a holiday reprieve from a sure death sentence and will be transported via private planes to safety in their new homes in time for the holidays.

 

Volunteers Needed to: Play, Walk, and load the dogs up for take-off!

When: Friday, December 7, 2012 @ 830AM-1030AM at the Van Nuys Airport:

Reading to Pets Improves Children’s Reading Skills

Photo credit: Kitsap Sun, Poulsbo Elementary

How Does Reading to Pets Improve a Child’s Reading Skills?

One of the challenges for children who have below average reading levels for their grade is overcoming self-esteem issues when reading in front of their class. While a child practices reading, it is best to have a good listener nearby who is nonjudgmental. The best buddy that naturally carries these courteous traits are our pets.

The Pets

While dogs are the most common family pet and are included in many children’s reading programs nation-wide, I don’t see why the same shouldn’t be true of cats or other domesticated pets, as long as they are the type that can relax and lay by your side for a while. As most of the literature exists specifically about dogs, it has been found that children who read to dogs have improved grades, go to the library more and are absent less.

Programs Encourage Fun Reading

“Reading With Rover” is a program that exists in the Northwest U.S.

Sports Jerseys for Dogs : Just in time for Football

 

 

Why, hello there Dealwaggers! This one is for our sports fans out there. Please give yourselves a round of applause because you gave us the idea and we’ve listened! We have some exciting news up our sleeves that will give you something to wag about. Come September, we are going to offer a full line of Pet sports apparel. We’re talking apparel from every league: