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N2Paws Newsletter -- Sept/August 2006
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Now that we have made it through the “dog days” of summer, are we all ready for autumn?

Fun Things to do This Fall With Your Dog

If you have a horse, you always look forward to the autumn season. It is a great time for riding. The closer it gets to Halloween, the more you appreciate and respect your black cat. But what does “fall” mean to your dog?

Like the horse, the dog loves to go out and run, or sniff, around in the cooler weather. It is a great time for walks in the park. There are several other fun activities to do with your dog the next couple of months: September 30th brings Paws in the Park (Parkville, MO) and Strutt with your Mutt (Brookside, MO); October 21st brings Kick-off the Howlidays (Riverside, MO); October 22nd brings Dogtoberfest (Lake Jacomo/Fleming Park, MO); to name a few.

So go out and enjoy the cooler weather with your canine companion. Then you can snuggle up on the sofa to enjoy all the new shows on TV (and during the commercials you can do a little TTouch :).

Feature Companion for this issue: Sadie

Sadie is a sweet girl that was found on the street as a victim of being not just dumped, but probably thrown, from a moving vehicle. She is very sweet (did I say already say sweet?), and a little shy or more reserved (as you would be if you had been abandoned and had to learn a new world – each time an animal is rescued/rehomed is like going to a foreign country). Sadie has had many things to overcome. She is an older girl with some stiffness, hearing loss, and fear of storms. Her new mom has done a great job working through Sadie’s concerns and giving her time, patience, and of course TTouch. Sadie is coming along very well and fitting in with her brother Muttley.

Announcments

N2paws was on TV August 15! KC Live (on NBC), had a segment about “de-stressing” and “massaging” your dog. N2paws gave a demonstration and discussed ways to help calm your dog through TTouch (which we know isn’t really massage :). Look for the video clip to be added to the N2paws website.

N2paws is offering a new service called Alpha-Stim. It is a drug-free behavior and pain management treatment. The Alpha-Stim generates a unique, proprietary electrical wave form that allows the animal’s cells to operate naturally by moving electrons throughout the animal’s body at a variety of frequencies, collectively known as harmonic resonance. The Alpha-Stim can be used to treat acute, chronic, or post-operative pain as well as bring relief to animals that deal with anxiety issues. To learn more about this technique contact N2paws or visit www.midwestmicrocurrent.com.

Just for Fun:

“Money will buy you a pretty dog, but it won’t buy you the wag of its tail.” – Henry Wheeler Scott

Upcoming Events for N2paws & other fun stuff

Sept 23 – Workshop for Horses, 9am-5pm (Olathe, KS)
Sept 30 – Strutt with Your Mutt, 10am-2pm (Brookside, MO)
October 7 – Half-day TTouch for Cats workshop in Mission KS
October 8 – Half-day TTouch for Dogs workshop in Liberty, MO
October 15 – Half-day TTouch for Dogs workshop in Mission, KS
October 22 – Dogtoberfest, 10am-4pm, Lake Jacomo/Fleming Park MO
October 28 – Shiboo Howl O’Ween, 1pm-3pm, Event for MSIR

If you would like to learn more about TTouch, you may contact N2paws by email: pat@n2paws.com or 816-522-7005, for a private session, group workshop or a public speaking engagement for your club or organization. Also, visit our website www.n2paws.com, for interesting links and current workshop schedule.

You may contact Pat for any questions:

Email: pat@n2paws.com
Phone: 816-522-7005