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The nice weather is here!

For pet lovers everywhere, nice weather offers greater possibilities for outdoor fun with our four legged companions.  After a winter like the one we've had here in Northern New England, beautiful days like today are much appreciated.  It was a long winter of bundling up to take the dogs outside to the snow covered streets and frigid cold.  Clooney, my almost three year old lab, has quickly become a great jogging partner for me.

I brought Clooney for his first run (I use that term loosely as my top speed barely keeps me from dragging behind Clooney on the pavement) when he was about 10 months old.  I remember being really nervous that Clooney was too young and might not do well.  Such worries quickly proved to be unwarranted as it was me who was the one gasping for air!  I think we went 2 miles that day and continue to get out there whenever we get a chance.

If you haven't done so already, I invite you to check out our Facebook Page.  There you will find an informal dialogue between RAWZ and our valued customers.  Facebook also offers a great place for you to share the ways you and your pets are enjoying the new season.  We'd love to see how pets everywhere are using the onset of the nice weather to have some fun with their humans!

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Written by:
Jim Scott
A third-generation RAWZ family member, Jim spreads the word of optimal pet nutrition through in-store product demos and regular articles for the RAWZ blog. After sustaining a traumatic brain injury in 2006, Jim began participating in the writing program at the Krempels Center in Portsmouth, NH. Writing was a way to process and heal from his injury — but Jim realized he could also use this skill to spread awareness of the RAWZ brand and mission. Jim covers a range of pet health issues for the company blog, as well as more personal stories that connect to the causes RAWZ supports. His favorite thing to write about? People’s strong bonds with their pets.
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