Another week full of fun! This week we celebrated Earth Day but what else did we cover? See how well you paid attention and start the quiz now.
- Chloe has several mommies, not just Lauren and Lo — People Pets
- Have you ever seen a Mangalitza? — Paw Nation
- You could be killing sea turtles in your shower — BellaSugar
- Does your pet have a food-related name? — Serious Eats
- How to work your point-and-shoot to the max for kitty photoshoots — moderncat
- This mini pony looks smaller than my dog — Pawesome
- Do toddlers belong at the dog park? — Dog Time
- Taste test: Crunch Woofs microwave treats — Phetched
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Everyone knows that drinking at least eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily is essential for health and vitality.
Carry it with you! If you always have a bottle of smartwater handy you will be more likely to reach for it. Take it with you when you are on the go and keep it close even when you are at home!
Schedule it. Set a specific time during the day when you will take a break to stop and drink a glass of water.
Drink one glass before every meal. Get in the habit of drinking just one glass of water before every meal and you can check off at least three of your eight daily cups.
Eat it! Add water-based food to your diet; these foods will not only make you feel fuller faster, but they will also add a little extra hydration to your day. It’s easy, just throw some zucchini into your soup or celery into your salad!
Ever since I spotted the very first commercial for The Back-up Plan, I've been excited for this film's release today. Yes, I know I'm biased but that pooch belonging to Zoe (played by Jennifer Lopez) is absolutely adorable! As it turns out she also owns a Greenwich Village pet boutique, Hudson Mutts, which caters to pet adoptions and environmentally friendly, healthy pet care in addition to this smooshy in the film.Now, onscreen the Boston Terrier's name is Nuts, but this lil fella is Nubbins, one of the three rescue pups that played the main pooch. None of the dogs were actually handicapped but Nip, Tuck and Nubbins were all pretty cute and each had their own talents as Jennifer said:
One was good at faces, one was good at walking in the chair, and one was good at moving his head and fighting with you.
I know I'm excited to see if I can spot the different dogs in different scenes so see all angles of the red carpet star when you read more