NEW ENGLAND PET & HOME SPRING 2024

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
OUR NEW MAINE SQUEEZE : THE MAINE HOUSE BOOK II
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AT HOME WITH : JUSTIN THOMAS, HISTORIAN + AUTHOR 11 COMPASSION TOURNAMENT : A UNIQUE EVENT SUPPORTING ANIMAL WELFARE 12 FOREVER HOME DÉCOR : READER SUBMISSIONS 14 ANDREW SPINDLER : SPINDLER ANTIQUES 18 CONSERVATION . RENOVATION . INNOVATION . ANIMAL WELFARE PLANS 22 LETTER TO REINA : HEALING AFTER THE LOSS OF A PET 24 MELANATED MOMENTS IN CLASSICAL MUSIC MEET ANGELA BROWN + JOSHUA THOMPSON 29 MUSIC & MAKERS SUMMER FESTIVAL : A PARTNERSHIP WITH BEANS & GREENS FARM 30 SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 31 THE NEW ENGLAND PET & HOME TEAM 32 ANIMAL WELFARE PARTNER PLANS FOR 202 4 in this edition

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New England Pet & Home launched in 2020. The goal of this digital and print publication is to serve as a regional resource on interior design and information for pet lovers.

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NEW ENGLAND PET & HOME READER SUBMISSIONS:

Every pet parent wants a beautiful home and works to balance beauty and function for their four-legged friends. For each publication, we ask for suggestions related to pet chic ideas that work while managing daily life.

I’M A MATERIAL GIRL : Choose pet-friendly materials! Look for durable and easy-to-clean materials such as leather, microfiber, or outdoor fabrics used indoors to withstand wear and tear from pets.

BREAK DANCE : Avoid delicate décor! Steer clear of fragile items or decorations that can easily be knocked over or damaged by your pets. Seek out sturdier options that can withstand playful pets.

IN THE ZONE : Create pet-friendly zones! Designate specific areas in your home for your pets to eat, sleep, and play. This will help establish boundaries and keep your home organized.

(NON)TOXIC BEHAVIOR: Go for non-toxic décor. Choose plants and decor that are non-toxic to pets to ensure their safety. Research petfriendly plants and avoid any that may be harmful if ingested.

HABIT - FORMING : Establish a routine Set a consistent schedule for feeding, walks, playtime, and rest to provide structure for your pets and help them feel secure in their environment.

SAFETY FIRST: Consider safety measures! Install pet gates, secure cabinets with childproof latches to keep hazardous items out of reach and ensure that electrical cords are safely hidden to prevent accidents.

A TOY STORY : Provide ample entertainment! Keep pets entertained with toys, puzzles, and interactive games to prevent boredom and promote mental health and physical well-being.

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From Golden Ampersand Art, Antiques, & Interiors . A patio can be a great spot to create a pet-friendly outdoor entertaining spot. This stunning design incorporates neutrals, a mix of textures, and Perennials Performance Fabric in a textured linen weave that is stylish and easy to clean. Even the fluffiest family members can enjoy this gorgeous space!

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YOUTH AND ADULT PROGRAMS FOCUSED ON KINDNESS TO ANIMALS

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TRAINING CLASSES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH GREEN MOUNTAIN K-9

A NATIONAL SENIOR PET RESCUE PROGRAM SAVING SENIORS FROM EUTHANASIA INCLUDING UPDATED FACILITY SPACES PROVIDING QUIET & CALM FOR ELDER PETS

PET SUPPORT FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVORS AND FAMILIES IN CRISIS

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