Archive for February, 2013

Brilliant app for the furry ones and their owners

Now you and your furry pal can mark their turf, unlock badges and become top dog, with the latest version of the popular Dogbook app.

Poolhouse has launched a new and improved version of Dogbook which includes Foursquare for dogs. you check in at your favorite local haunts so why shouldn’t your dog? Dogbook, the popular canine social networking tool used by over 3.5 million members, has unveiled 15 new features that facilitate deeper connections between dogs – and their owners, too.

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The Buddhist Attitude towards Animal Life

Animals are said to be conscious only of the present. They live with no concern for the past or future. Likewise, little children seem to have no notion of the future. They also live in the present until their faculties of memory and imagination are developed.

Lucky those animals who live surrounded by Budas.

Men possesses the faculty of reasoning. The gap between man and animal widens only to the extent that man develops his reasoning faculty and acts accordingly. Buddhists accept that animals not only possesses instinctive power but also, to a lesser degree, thinking power.

In some respects, animals are superior to men. Dogs have a keener sense of hearing; insects have a keener sense of smell; hawks are speedier; eagles can see a greater distance. Undoubtedly, men are wiser; but men have so much to learn from the ants and bees. Much of the animal is still in us. But we also have much more: we have the potential of spiritual development.

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DOGA – Yoga for dogs

We all know about the benefits of yoga for human’s mind and body what not many people know is that yoga is very beneficial for dogs as well. Studies have shown that with the right guide and postures man’s best friend can improve its ability to obey, its breathing and also can help them to relax.

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Doga’, which is said to appeal to your pet’s natural instinct to stretch, has become a new fad among New York, Japan and US dog-owners who believe it creates a unique bonding experience.

When the idea first originated it was considered a fad, but it seems doga has been steadily growing in popularity.

Dogs take part in the classes either by acting as weights to help balance their owners or by doing some of the moves themselves. As well as a good strech the energy centres and chakras are connected so it’s a deep, loving experience for both.

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