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Pet Peeve #2: Pay Attention to Your Pet

Pay attention to your pet! Not too long ago a dog went to bite me when I was walking in town. The owner was walking with her teenage son and was looking something up on her cell phone. When my

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Coyotes in the Neighborhood

People are very concerned about coyotes. Three years ago I wrote a column about it in the Inside Chappaqua Magazine September/October 2012 issue. Here it is with information that can still help dogs stay safe. Last fall I heard our neighbor Dana

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Why Halloween May Not Be a Treat for Your Dog: Safety Tips from Maggie Mae

Halloween is a happy time but it may not be so much fun for your furry friends. While you and your family are decorating your house, making your Halloween costumes and party arrangements remember that we pets are around and

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Pet Peeves: A New Series from Maggie Mae Pup Reporter

A series of posts for people from a pup’s point of view. Maggie Mae Pup Reporter wants to hear from you! I am about to launch a new series of posts. I am a very happy dog and get along

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Staying Safe in the Summer

Summer is here! As the weather gets warmer I notice that my routine changes. I take my long walks in the early morning and after dinner and my owner carries my water bottle with her whether we walk into town or

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Lost and Found–A Dog’s Tale

  A few months ago, my friend Olive went missing. Here are some good tips for making sure that never happens to your pooch. My latest column appears in the June issue of WAG Magazine Lost and Found–A Dog’s Tale    

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I’m Inside Armonk

  Writing for Inside Armonk Magazine now. Here’s a link to my column about the town and where to take a walk: A Stroll Around Armonk

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Maggie Mae’s Safety Tip for the Spring…

    Having a microchip is very important as a form of identification if you get lost. I wrote about it in my last Inside Chappaqua Magazine column. Recently VPI the Pet Insurance company wrote about it too. Here is

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Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?

Recently my friend Olive was lost in the city. I felt so sorry for her family. Here’s my latest column in Inside Chappaqua Magazine about what to do if your dog is lost. Here is the link:   Where Oh

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Keeping your Dog Safe in the Winter

It has been a very cold winter so I’m happy that my owner dresses me in one of my winter jackets. Being a small dog and close to the ground I really feel the cold. And she makes an extra

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