Moomah the Magazine
Animal Kingdom
  • Un-process Your Pet’s Food Un-process Your Pet’s Food

    Just when I was getting cocky about all of the good changes I was making with my kid's food, I got knocked down a few notches after a visit from my beloved Doggy Acupuncturist, Dr. Steve Chiros of East Meets West Veterinary Care. Dr. Chiros left Animal Medical Center, and has been in private practice for 14 years. My sweet little poundcake of a dog, Barkly, suffered a herniated disk several months ago, and Dr. Chiros treated him back to his old self in no time.

  • 12 Easy Toys To Donate To Your Local Shelter 12 Easy Toys To Donate To Your Local Shelter

    Getting your kids to give back can be fun and easy, especially when they know they're providing toys and entertainment for adorable dogs and cats in the local animal shelter. While awaiting adoption, it's important for shelter animals to stay active - both physically and mentally - and get as much environmental enrichment as possible. That's where pet toys come in handy. Throughout the year, animal shelters are in need of donations in order to provide all of the items that their animals need to stay happy and healthy while under their care. You and your kids can make a difference by crafting some toys to drop off at the shelter as gifts for the animals.

  • Make it! Pet Pillows Make it! Pet Pillows

    Of all our obsessions at Moomah, one of the greatest is our love for animals; the ones already in our homes, and the ones we debate adding to our homes as we stalk Petfinder in our weaker moments. We are just as guilty as the rest for spending hours watching cute animal videos, or going through our phones to show any willing acquaintance how cute our cat was while taking a nap (she's peeking out under the covers… come on!!) We're the ones you may not want to kiss on the cheek... unless you like the taste of doggy slobber.

  • Honeybee Collage Honeybee Collage

    The honeybees needs all the attention they can get these days. With the use of pesticides and other industrial farming practices causing their population to decrease, it's up to us as backyard gardeners and local shoppers to do what we can to encourage their presence in our yard. We can plant flowers to attract them as pollinators, build bee houses for them to live in, and buy honey from sustainable beekeepers who encourage their survival and help their population to grow. Use our honeybee collage as a reminder of all the ways honeybees help us in our world and all the ways we can help them in return.

  • MAKE IT! Darling Deer Collage MAKE IT! Darling Deer Collage

    The deer is the sweetest Valentine. She's social, gentle, a dedicated friend, and an adoring carer to her young. Not to mention she has a true appreciation for flowers! Sometimes, however, her love of flowers can interfere with our desire to create a fresh bouquet for our beloved, using homegrown beauties from the backyard. If you're finding that the local deer are disruptive to your bounty, there is a humane and non-harmful solution: plant flowers that they have no interest in! Put the toxic chemicals and harmful scare-tactics away!

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