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Lionsgate, StudioCanal, Aardsman Animations and Anton Capital Entertainment present a PG, 85 minute, Animation, Adventure, Comedy, directed and written by Mark Burton and Richard Starzak with a theater release date of August 5, 2015.

Fox Searchlight Pictures, TSG Entertainment and Pacific Standard present a 115 minute, R rated, Biography, Drama, directed by Jean-Marc Vallee, written by Nick Hornby and Cheryl Strayed with a theater release date of December 19, 2014.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Alcon Entertainment, Boxing Cat Films and Color Force present a 107 minute, PG, Family, Drama, directed by Charles Martin Smith, written by Smith and Karen Janszen with a theater release date of September 12, 2014.

TPR NEWS - July 12, 2014
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1979, a Chicago disc jockey held a "disco demolition" between a baseball doubleheader at Comiskey Park. The second game was called off because so much damage had been done to the field. More than 50,000 fans packed the stadium that day. They say this event started the deline of disco.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Gulfstream Pictures and Happy Madison Productions present a 117 minute, PG-13, comedy, directed by Frank Coraci, written by Ivan Menchell and Clare Sera with a theater release date of May 23, 2014.

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Saturday, April 12, the 102nd day of 2014.
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ANXIETY WRAP® PUTS STRESSED PETS AT EASE

Reading Your Dog’s Body Language

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – Pet parents would love to know what their pets are thinking, but since our pets can’t verbally tell us it’s important to understand what their body language is saying. Here are a few ways to read your dog’s body language, and how to interpret what they are trying to tell you.

A dog’s tail - A dog’s tail is used to communicate strong emotions, including happiness, as well as anger and agitation. To accurately get the bigger picture the dog’s wagging or tucked tail is trying to tell you, look at the rest of his body language. If his ears are pinned forward or back, or has stiffened muscles and dilated pupils, these are all signs your dog needs some space.

A dog’s ears - A dog will hold his ears naturally when he is relaxed and comfortable. When he’s alert, he’ll raise them higher on his head and direct them toward whatever is holding his interest. If his ears are pulled back slightly, it’s a signal his intention is friendly. And if your dog’s ears are completely flattened or stuck out to the sides of his head, he’s signaling that he’s frightened or feeling submissive.

 

A dog’s body - When your dog is scared, he does his best to look small. Often, his body looks hunched, with his tail held low or tucked between his rear legs and his ears flattened back on his skull. His muscles of his body and face will be tense and rigid. He might even cower close to the ground or try to escape.

                                                                                                                                                         

Some pets fear certain sounds (like thunderstorms or fireworks), being in crowds, or even being left alone. To help ease their various fears, the original, patented Anxiety Wrap gives a calming, hug-like sensation – activating and maintaining key pressure points that better enable pets to relax. Helping your dog keep calm can even prevent behavioral issues. (For additional notes on how the one-of-a-kind product works, click here to see helpful Anxiety Wrap graph and notes.)

According to Dr. Roger Mugford, Pet Psychologist and Founder of The Company of Animals, “Fear and anxiety are at the root of many canine behavioral problems.” Unaddressed, these fears can result in aggressiveness, leash pulling, separation anxiety, excessive barking, and hyperactivity. We’ve been using and recommending the Anxiety Wrap in The Company of Animals’ own British Behaviour Centre for years,” continues Mugford.

A recently published Tufts University Clinical Research Study, titled “The Effectiveness of Anxiety Wrap in the Treatment of Canine Thunderstom Phobia: An Open-Label Trial,” even deemed the product 89 percent effective! The Anxiety Wrap was especially called out as "safe and effective treatment for canine thunderstorm phobia." The study has since been published, and the Anxiety Wrap cited, in such respected journals and resources as The Journal of Veterinary Behavior and ScienceDirect.

The Anxiety Wrap starts at $39.95 and comes in 11 canine sizes – to properly fit each age and breed. There are even calming face wraps for dogs, called Quite Dog®, and specialty made feline Anxiety Wraps, available too.For the full product selection by The Company of Animals, visit www.CompanyofAnimals.us.

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ABOUT THE COMPANY OF ANIMALS

Founded by pet behaviorist Dr. Roger Mugford, The Company of Animals is celebrating 35 years as a leading provider of innovative training products designed to achieve a positive relationship between pets and their parents. The Company of Animals designs and manufactures a wide range of acclaimed products, including the original HALTI®, Pet CorrectorTM and CLIXTM training range. The latest additions to the famed family of enrichment products are the line of GREEN Feeders for dogs and cats by NORTHMATE, the Anxiety Wrap® and the new HALTI® OPTIFIT. For more information, visit www.CompanyofAnimals.us.

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Opening in a theater near you on January 17, 2014. 

Columbia Pictures, Overbrook Entertainment and Blinding Edge Pictures present a 100 minute, PG-13, action, adventure, sci-fi, directed by M. Night Shyamalan, written by Shyamalan and Gary Whitta with a theater release date of May 31. 2013.

Warner Bros. Pictures, Legendary Pictures and Green Hat Films present an R rated, 100 minute, comedy, directed by Todd Phillips, written by Phillips and Craig Mazin with a theater release date of May 23, 2013.

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