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Great Dog Rescue of New England - Meet 'n Greet

Photo by Jessica Sinatra

Photo by Jessica Sinatra

The Great Dog Rescue of New England (GDRNE) is a non-profit that has adopted out over 10,000 dogs since its inception over a decade ago. Most of their adorable pups are saved from high-kill shelters or shuttled in from other rescues throughout Tennessee and other southern states. Some have experienced physical or psychological traumas from life as a stray to abuses by their previous owners. Other have simply been surrendered by families who could no longer care for their pet. The volunteers at GDRNE vet each potential family to make sure that every dog will fit into their new home.

This video portrays one of many meet and greets held across New England each year by the organization. GDRNE and several other local rescues congregated in the lobby of Tsongas Arena in Lowell to connect these disadvantaged puppies and adult dogs with new loving families. Many of the dogs in the video still need a home and applications can still be filled out.

To learn more about the Great Dog Rescue of New England, visit their website.

Got a Minute? Do Yoga!

I love my mother, so I may be a bit biased, but I'm very excited for the second edition of her book, Yogaminute, coming soon to Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and her own site Yoga Anita. In this trailer for the book, Anita describes her experience as an instructor, who benefits from Yoga and the book, and how to use the book. I mean, it has to be worth checking out if you can benefit from just a minute of work!

Introducing Yogaminute, the Second Edition. Do you know someone who is stressed? Or needs to relax? Overwhelmed with errands, kids, or taking care of others? Busy people of all ages need yoga! But squeezing in time might not work for your schedule. What to do? Well now there is Yogaminute - got a minute, you can do yoga! This easy to follow guide is for anyone who needs to incorporate yoga into their daily lives, one minute at a time. Simple instruction, pictures of real people, and lots of ideas make this book the one to get! Authored by Anita Perry, owner of YogaAnita.

Book will be available for purchase soon so look out!