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How Parents Can Prepare For Kindergarten And Beyond!

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The process of choosing a preschool can be a daunting task, but there are steps that parents can take to ensure they find the right fit for their own child. Above all they must trust their own decisions as parents!

Perezito.com's educational expert Dr. Kim Har of Aristotle Circle NYC is here with some more parenting and educating tips to help guide you along the way!

Here's what Dr. Har said:

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Dog Walking Tips From Cesar Milan

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Dog Walking Tips From Cesar Milan

The Dog Whisper has 6 simple tips to help you be a pro dog walker!

Cesar's Tips:

1. Your dog should be beside or behind you during the walk. Show him you're the leader of the pack.

2. Use a short dog leash. A short leash attached at the top of the neck helps you communicate, guide, and correct your dog.

3. Plan your walks. Set aside time (30 minutes to a hour) every day. It's better for you, and your pup to take a morning walk to help start off your day!

4. Give your dog exploration time. It's good to reward you dog with time to look around and relieve himself. Be sure YOU are the one that decides when the break is over.

5. When you get home, don't stop leading. Have your dog wait patiently while you put away his leash or take off your shoes.

6. Don't share food or water. When you're done with your walk reward him with a meal to show him you have to work for it!

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EXCLUSIVE: How To Be A Compassionate Shopper

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Listen Up!!

Rabbits, mice, rats, guinea pigs, and even puppy dogs are blinded, poisoned AND KILLED for OUR products. That's messed up!!

PETA has a special message for our perezcious readers on how to find cruelty-free products in your local stores. (And it's totes easer than you might think!)

For those of you that can't rescue an animal by adopting of your own, you still save lives by shopping cruelty-free!

Here are some links that can help you:

Caring Consumer 101

Directory of companies that do and don’t test on animals.

Ordering PETA’s FREE Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide!

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iPhone Apps For Animal Lovers

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No angry birds here!

PETA has put together a list of the seven best iPhone apps for animal lovers:

Happy Cow - the world's premier online vegetarian & vegan restaurant guide is now available on the go.

BNB - is a searchable app for your iphone or ipod touch that helps you make an informed decision about cruelty-free purchasing anywhere, any time, at home or in-store.

Petfinder - where to find your new new best friend

PETA - Stay up to date on all of PETA's urgent alerts and take action to help animals, right from your mobile phone.

Animal-Free - A massive database of animal-derived ingredients, this app is sure to become a go-to resource to help you make compassionate choices every time you head to the store.

VeganXpress - This handy app will help you find vegan eats at national chains and fast-food restaurants. Perfect for the busy vegan on the go!

Animal Kill Counter - This shocking app tallies the number of animals slaughtered for food every second. It's a definite eye-opener and conversation-starter, and it's sure to be a hit with the vigilant vegan.

Best of all, most of them are free to download!

For PETA's full list of animal-friendly iPhone apps is available HERE!!

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Liv Tyler Helping Her Grandmother Write An Etiquette Book

Mind your manners

We never knew Liv Tyler was so prim and proper!

The actress is helping her grandmother, Dorothea Johnson, write a book an etiquette book called Modern Manners.

Dorothea is the founder of the Protocol School of Washington and the first expert that realized the need for professionally trained etiquette and protocol instructors.


The book is being described as a "lively and approachable guide" to show that good manners help us communicate more effectively in today's digital world and should be available in 2012.

Would U read an etiquette book written by Liv Tyler? More importantly, would U even read an etiquette book period?

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Blind Dog Guided By Seeing Eye Dog

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If blind humans use guide dogs, whose to say a blind dog can't use one either?

Two dogs who have been turned over to Lucky Paws Animal Adoption in Albequerque, New Mexico share a special bond that the adoption agency refuses to break.

Scarlett, a Chuhuahua mix, serves as a guide dog to a blind Miniature Pinscher named Rhett.

The doggy duo were handed over to the adoption agency after their owner was no longer able to take care of them and due to their unique relationship, the agency required potential parents to adopt BOTH of them or none.

Scarlett, who has "never led him astray", wears a bell on her collar that allows her blind "brother" to follow toward food, bathroom spots, and even through doorways, which would be almost impossible otherwise for Rhett.

We're happy to report that the pair is still together after being adopted by a nurse who has experience caring for blind dogs!

Yay! We love happy endings!

Check out the video above for the full news story and to catch a glimpse of the caring canine companions in action.

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New Law: A Service Animal Can Be Dog Or Mini-Horse

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A mini-horse?

Dani Moore uses a rat perched on her shoulder as a service animal to alert her to spasms from a disabling condition. Daniel Greene's service animal is a snake wrapped around his neck to help him predict epileptic seizures.

But these creatures and many others are no longer acceptable as service animals under new federal guidelines issued March 15 by the U.S. Department of Justice for the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The new recommendations limit service animals to dogs and housebroken miniature horses. (mimi-horses?)

The law used to say a service animal could be any animal trained to do a task for an individual. The new policy allowing only dogs and the miniature horses "excludes automatically yard animals, rodents, spiders, snakes, monkeys and cats."

Service animals also now exclude animals that provide emotional support or comfort.

The DOJ says "People were putting vests on pocket pets and calling them service animals," and "Changes were needed."

A number of people with disabilities are concerned about this new law, and so are we.

Why is emotional support not a service? How is a mini-horse better than a cat?

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