If you are walking your dog in the country you already know about the risk of encountering Poison Ivy. I was aware of the possibility and was making sure not to touch it but I still got it! If I caught it, can my dogs get it too? I want to share my story so more dog walkers will be spared the agony. I walk my dogs and the neighbor's dogs along a country road and we do not venture in the forest and I thought I was safe so when I saw that rash on my arm I thought I had been bitten by insects. Very hungry insects. I had the same on my right eyebrow. I applied Lavender essential oil on it but it did not help. Usually when I burn myself and I put a few drops on the blister, it heals up in 24 hour

How to Support your Favorite Non-profit by Walking Your Dog

Nice summer days are back, and so are the longer walks with your dog either in the city or in nature. You can raise funds for your favorite non-profit charity while entertaining your dog and getting good exercise by using the "Walk for a Dog" app that you can find on the Google app or online under www.wooftrax.com This app tracks your movements with your phone GPS and the longer you walk, the more money will be given to your favorite organization! You can walk as many dogs as you like; two or three at a time or individually. I walk my neighbor's two dogs in addition of mine. No dog? No problem, you can walk your friend's dog, your neighbor's dog, or borrow one from the shelter - you will mak

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