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October, 2011:

Taking Time for Our Youth and Families in the Community

Maybe we need a “Help Center” 24/7…perhaps here on the Internet as well as an actual physical location where people and pets can go for whatever problem they maybe facing? These days, it seems like many people with pets are in more and more dilemmas.  It could be due to a job loss, a health crisis, or just having too many pets to care for on a daily basis.

PUPS School Club at Springfield High School brings awareness and education to youth about the problems sometimes faced with having a pet in the family. However, with the proper education and right outlook many obstacles can be overcome.

What a great morning it was on September 28th at “Partners in Business” at the Springfield High School. Over 30 businesses participated with more signing on to help the youth of our community understand how businesses operate on a daily basis whether they are “for-profit” or “non-profit”.

 

In the near future, check this blog site for frequent updates regarding newly organized PUPS’ activities throughout the Central Ohio area.

“We can judge the heart of a man
by his treatment of animals.” -Immanual Kant

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PUPS Going Through Some Positive Growing-Pains

Just met with two super exciting young women, Alyce Comer and Stacey Picolo, who have given me a “jump-start” in getting  motivated about many things in life. One thing in particular is “Pets Uniting People Society” or PUPS. Stacey is a newly elected board member for PUPS. With her short time being involved, “things” are beginning to “MOVE”! Both of these gals “live the life” of fitness and their vim and vigor shows in their everyday life!

Stay tuned for new posts to this Blog as life needs to be lived with a passion! What did I learn today about me after having breakfast with Stacey and Alyce? That I love oatmeal with cranberries and pecans! It was delicious! And I didn’t even add any brown sugar!!!

Check your watch, is it time to take your dog for a walk? What a great companion to have to keep your exercise in check!

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