Happy National Dog’s Day!

Dogs are amazing creatures. You’ve probably already heard that August 26th is National Dog Day, and you’re no doubt planning to celebrate it with your furry friend, but did you know that the holiday has actually been in existence since 2004? It’s easy to see why this day has become such a popular celebration among…

Save the Snout: Discoid Lupus – The Diagnosis

I am a firm believer in knowledge is power. Although its been a bit of an emotional roller coaster for the past few days, I wanted to share with you the what I am learning about Canine Discoid Lupus Erythematosus (DLE). On July 14, 2022, my sweet husky girl was diagnosed with this lifelong disease….

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Fireworks and Dogs: 7 dog tips on the 4th of July

It’s almost that time of year! A time where families and friends get together for food and fun as we celebration this Nation’s Independence Day. However, what about our fur babies? It’s it’s not without its stressors. Fireworks and dogs often don’t mix.  Fireworks can scare your dog and create unnerving behavior issues. It’s not…

For the love of travel: one big world, one little dog

For 46 years, I have traveled the globe with my family.  For the love of travel, I take a little stuffed dog with me everywhere I go named Bruno the Dog Prop.    History of my love of travel From the very beginning, my life has been spent in an airplane. Adopted from Thailand in…

Newbie Tips for Running with Your Dog

Running with your dog: Get inspired! I must admit.  Over the past few years COVID hasn’t been too kind to me. When your life is stuck indoors – working a day job, crafting at night and the only exercise you get is walking to the kitchen, you pack on the pounds. We made the best…