[{“title”:”Micromanager”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Over-Enthusiastic Newbie”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Slacker”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Strategist”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”The Office Flirt”,”points”:”1″}]Knock books and papers off your desk to get your attention. [{“title”:”Micromanager”,”points”:”1″},{“title”:”Over-Enthusiastic Newbie”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Slacker”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Strategist”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”The Office Flirt”,”points”:”0″}]Walk on your computer’s power button and switch it off when they feel you’ve been working long enough. [{“title”:”Micromanager”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Over-Enthusiastic Newbie”,”points”:”1″},{“title”:”Slacker”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”Strategist”,”points”:”0″},{“title”:”The Office Flirt”,”points”:”0″}]Knock your coffee over, spilling it on your papers. (You didn’t really need any of them, anyway,
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Eric Stonestreet is a man in love! In August, PEOPLE exclusively revealed that the actor is dating pediatric nurse Lindsay Schweitzer — and during an appearance on Wednesday’s Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Modern Family star opened up about the blossoming romance. “Your girlfriend is lovely — I met her backstage,” said Ellen DeGeneres. “She’s a nurse. That’s a good thing
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Hold onto your tails! A dating show for dog people is in the works. Finally, reality television has figured out the secret ingredient that’s been missing: DOGS! According to Metro, October Films is in the beginning stages of creating said show and it’s called Puppy Playdate. They recently put out a casting call for dog-owning singles
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Heavensown used the money to buy pet food, cover vet costs and pay for 1 month’s power bill for its kennels. All photos by: Heavensown Rescue It’s all about faith, as far as Donna and James Fowler of Heavensown Rescue are concerned. Faith that they can make a difference for any dog in need
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1. Key Characteristics AKC Group: Herding Height: 15–19 inches Weight: 15–30 pounds Life Expectancy: Around 15 years The Pyrenean shepherd is a small herding dog who can run pretty dang fast. The breed is named after the Pyrenees Mountains from which they come. Their heads are triangular in shape, and their eyes are almond-shaped and a dark shade
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Holly is a modern woman. This 5-year-old black Lab has a trick that all other canines should pay attention to: Holly has learned how to pay for her own treats all by herself. Holly’s love for cold hard cash started early, so her pet parent had to get a little creative. Casi Cook “Her obsession
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Grooming and coat care can help relieve your dog of itchy skin. By: oritslama From skin allergies to scurf and a greasy coat, skin health has a big impact on the appearance of your pet. We all love the look and feel of a soft, silky coat, but when allergies cause hair thinning and
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Liz and Ian Finlay of the U.K. first met their resilient and perdurable (purr-durable?) feline, Nutmeg, 27 years ago. “We celebrate his birthday in March every year so we know it was around March 1990 when we got him,” Mr. Finlay told the Newcastle Chronicle last year. According to Metro U.K., the Finlay’s former cat,
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I’ve had pets in my life since I was a kid – a yellow Lab named Domino, Rocket the Irish setter, a boxer named Killer and several cats – Buddy, Cuz, Dude and Tux. I even owned hamsters, which were named after characters from the Days of Our Lives soap opera. Today, my wife Amy and
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Discussing treatment options can be a tough conversation between vets and pet’s humans. By: John Donges Clients can get confused, upset, frustrated and even angry when their vet puts all treatment options on the table. Full disclosure, however, of all medical choices available to you is the ethical thing to do. Discussing all possibilities and
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