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Fall Cleaning

I’ve been doing a little Fall Cleaning here at the website, and at home. While I’ve been on a month long seasonal detox cleanse, led by local nutritionist Judith Gisser, it’s been a great time to sort through the accumulations of the year, discard what I no longer need (both material goods and bad habits!) and get ready for the coming winter.

The ebb and flow of life has found me over the past several months saying both hello to new clients and goodbye to others as they have moved from the neighborhood or on from this life. I’m privileged to have taken on the second generation of many of my clients’ pets this year which include both older animals as well as new puppies. Thank you, all!

A couple of local safety items….

If you live or walk in the Lake Valley Road area be aware that a bear has been spotted on Patriot’s Path near the water processing center. If you’ve lived here for any length of time you probably already know that bears tend to run away so don’t be alarmed if you see one. Use common sense and remain calm. There has not been a recorded bear attack in NJ any time in recent history.

If you live or walk near Fosterfields, be aware that there are several coyotes in the vicinity. Do not leave pets of any size unattended outdoors and guard your chickens. Though rare, there have been reports of coyote attacks in NJ. One doesn’t normally alarm me, a pack may be a different story.

If you’re new here and have any questions you haven’t found an answer to, don’t hesitate to contact me. You can also find me on Facebook.

Thanks for checking in and Happy Fall!

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