BLOGGING FROM A TO Z
Quebec is just one of the many places on the Pilots N Paws Canada flight plan!
BLOGGING FROM A TO Z CHALLENGE
Bird enthusiasts flock to Delta, British Columbia Canada. Located on the Pacific Flyway, Delta is a stopping point for more than five million migratory birds annually.
Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society OWL, also based in Delta, BC is a society of volunteers dedicated to the rehabilitation and release of injured birds of prey including eagles, hawks, falcons, and owls. OWL conducts guided public tours at the weekend year round and daily tours in July and August.
Note: PNPC has transported winged friends in need too!
Join us tomorrow for ECHO!
BLOGGING A TO Z CHALLENGE
In the wild, dogs (and wolves) run in packs. Every pack has a leader, known as the alpha animal. The alpha makes decisions – they are the boss. Usually, the pack will have an alpha male and an alpha female. Each pack member has their role in the hierarchy; either dominant or submissive.
It is important to set boundaries and establish rules and routine for our companions. By teaching our dogs manners and socializing them, we are establishing ourselves as the leader of the pack.
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Please visit us again tomorrow as we reveal ‘BRAVO.’