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In The Name Of Love

In The Name Of Love

Years ago, I was walking out of a local Jewish day school late one fall afternoon and noticed a mother and son leaving at the same time. The boy, around the age of 11, seemed a little nervous as I held the door open for them. “Mom,” he said to her, “it’s Halloween and...

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Rescue Dogs Come With A Unique Set Of Needs

Rescue Dogs Come With A Unique Set Of Needs

Q: Why is it so hard to adopt from a rescue? Our family was turned down by one group for having an electric fence, and another because our children are under 8 years old. Ultimately, we did adopt from a local shelter. However, it was a very frustrating experience. ~...

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Rescue Dogs Come With A Unique Set Of Needs

Cold Noses, Warm Hearts

If you have a husky, shepherd, Bernese Mountain Dog or any mix of the furry variety, your time has come. It’s winter, and your fluffy companion can finally run, roll and romp in the snow. While they love the cold, most dogs (and the humans who love them) do not like...

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Missing Mikulski and her Message

Missing Mikulski and her Message

Among the saddest ironies of the fading American election season is the arrival of Donald Trump in Washington as Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski simultaneously slips into retirement. Trump would have us ostracize immigrants wishing to join the American mainstream. He’s told...

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