Crisis fosters creativity and comradery and there is a sense of urgency and responsibility to keep the flag flying. It made us stand back and take a good hard look at ourselves. So we got on with the business of libraries without walls.
Last time, we spoke about physical exercise for puppies, and how moderation was key. Anyone with a puppy will know however, that they can be really full of beans! So what can you do if your puppy still has lots of energy to burn after they’ve done their quota of physical exercise?
The public consultation phase of our Part 8 Application will launch on Thursday 21st. This will be publicly advertised in the Irish Independent and on Dublin City Libraries website and social media channels.
In the last lock-down series we looked at researching our family history by using the online source, www.irishgenealogy.ie The focus in that series was mainly on finding marriage and birth certificates, however, we also looked at the 1911census to find out more about the family.
Did you know that the most common mistake people make with exercising their puppy is that they do too much? It takes about a year and a half for a dog’s growth plates to close, and about a year for the muscular system to be fully developed.