Archive for the 'Senior Dogs ' Category

Pet Sits & Dog Walks: Three Reasons To Hire Me

Pet Sits & Dog Walks: Three Reasons To Hire Me

I'm a creature that enjoys animals - perhaps sometimes over humans. While I freelance write as my full-time gig, I'm officially in the dog walking and pet sitting business starting NOW. The shingle is out and the husband supportive. I'm part of the Rover network. Some of you know that I wrote for Rover's blog and I've grown to love the brand and the resources they have for Rover sitters and dog walkers.

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Shallow Breathing in Older Dogs

Shallow Breathing in Older Dogs

Guest author, John Devlin and owner -of Dogsbarn.com out of the UK, provided this educational post about Shallow Breathing in Seniors and when to worry. I was thrilled to partner with him on this piece for the blog since it’s a topic...

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Training the Humans: Is Everyone On The Same Page?

Training the Humans: Is Everyone On The Same Page?

August’s Positive Pet Training Blog Hop theme is: “Training the Humans”. How do we get strangers or even our own family members to help and not hinder with training? So! I’m excited about this month’s topic. Here’s why! I’ve learned...

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Dog Ramps: Why Do You Need One?

Dog Ramps: Why Do You Need One?

Pet Ramps: Narrowed the Choice Down To Three   Whether you have a senior dog or a small dog that needs assistance getting up and down from the couch or bed – at some point you may need to consider...

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5 Reasons You Should Have a Relationship With Your Vet

5 Reasons You Should Have a Relationship With Your Vet

I’m not even sure where to begin with this post. I feel really strongly about this – if your animals don’t see a Veterinarian you respect and if you don’t have a relationship with your Veterinarian you should consider changing hospitals....

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My Dog Vomits Bile In The Morning: Why?

My Dog Vomits Bile In The Morning: Why?

Bruiser was diagnosed with Bilious Vomiting Syndrome earlier this month. He already has Irritable Bowel Disease. He is on a daily antibiotic for that and has done ok for years. So we have a lot going on now in the...

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Senior Bruiser’s Guide to Spring: A Checklist

Senior Bruiser’s Guide to Spring: A Checklist

(this is dedicated to Sugar – a wonderful Golden that I’ve been following for quite some time. Sugar passed away last week).  Bruiser spent the first few years of his life in less than desirable circumstances. I cannot tell you...

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The Holidays, Stress & Probiotics for Animals

The Holidays, Stress & Probiotics for Animals

    #ad Remember! All my readers can receive 10% off by using this coupon code-mylifewdogs when you check out. (I do get a few pennies if you buy something from Imagilin).  Holiday Stress and Probiotics!  The holidays present a lot of stress...

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Holidays, Hounds and Hot Buys: Holistic Giveaway Items

Holidays, Hounds and Hot Buys: Holistic Giveaway Items

Below is a review and some pics of the products and brands in the Holistic give-away! Eezapet Anti-Itch cream for Bruisy! This has been nice holistic alternative for Bruisy’s interdigital cysts. He licks a lot less! Have you seen these...

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Interview with Oregon Filmmaker: Senior Dogs!

Interview with Oregon Filmmaker: Senior Dogs!

Kacey Klonsky, Oregon filmmaker Is the Bow Wow Film Festival coming to your city? It appears there are only a few cities left on the list this year. This year’s festival benefited The Oregon Humane Society (OHS) where I adopted...

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