Animals

How to Care for Pets for a Longer and Healthier Life — AHA! Long-Jet Discovery for October of 2019

We all hope for healthy longevity for our dogs and cats. Reaching three decades for either a dog or cat could stretch existing world records. One longevity secret is sharing your Watt-Ahh supply with your beloved pets. It will flush toxins out of kidneys so your cat can enjoy all nine of her lives. It […]

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Home Sweet Myakka River

AquaNew’s corporate headquarters is adjacent to the Myakka Island, over 120,000 acres of preservation and conservation area within Sarasota County, Florida (Southwest Florida). We are located along Shep’s Island, a large wetland slough south of the Upper Lake within the largest State Park in Florida, the Myakka River State Park. The Myakka River is a […]

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Descendants of Baby Snooks

When we have meetings at the AquaNew office, the wild deer and heritage turkey outside always capture everyone’s attention. Our friend, Matt Christian, recently shared this photo of Baby Snooks’ descendants when he was at our office several years ago. Last Thanksgiving, we had a story about the heritage turkeys. This Thanksgiving, we share the […]

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Pee Like a Champ

We are in the hydration business and we must proudly share with you that our 7-year-old cat pees like a champ! Dewey enjoys slurping Watt-Ahh around 10 p.m. and then she comes roaring into the living room and pounces on us laying on the couch to tell us she is feeling good and wants to […]

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Fawn Update

We talked with Devon of Wildlife, Inc. Education and Rehabilitation Center during the Flight to the North Pole Holiday Party held on December 7, 2017. He rescued the  abandoned fawn we found near the AquaNew office last Good Friday. Devon shared with us the good news that she survived, grew and was released back into the […]

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Heritage Turkeys

  AquaNew’s corporate headquarters has many wild turkeys outside. Each one is our wild pet and Rob feeds them sweet feed and cracked corn several times a day. I will be working in the office and suddenly there is a loud bang on the door! It is a large tom turkey fussing with his reflection […]

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Smile in Our Hearts

It has been a tough Spring with the passing of beloved pets. The heartache is painful but the memories are so sweet. We will miss Carly (shown in the photo to the left), our brother’s family dog that had boundless love and energy, specially on family vacations. In her life, she ran many miles on the […]

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The Making of a Superhero: Dogs Destined for Greatness

I am not blind … well, not normally, anyway. This wasn’t the case earlier this week, as I allowed Sprinter, a guide dog in training, to lead me around a winding path while I sported blackout glasses. Part of The Guide Dog Experience on campus at Southeastern Guide Dogs, I (along with several other guests) […]

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Young Fawn

The corporate headquarters of AquaNew is located along the green fringe of a special area within eastern Sarasota, FL called the “Myakka Island”. We enjoy our commute from the house to the backyard office/workshop building, watching the various critters. The female deer know they are secure and will stay in our backyard to raise their […]

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Chicken Health

We have at least two customers who raise chickens in their backyards, and they shared some wonderful stories. One also gave us a dozen beautiful eggs from her laying chickens that drink the Polarized Water (shown in the photo). Story One: We understand that chickens can be susceptible to toxin exposure and will stop eating […]

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