Archive for the 'Thoughts on Life with Dogs ' Category

Gifts for Dog Moms: Pop Your Pup Canvas Portraits #ad

Gifts for Dog Moms: Pop Your Pup Canvas Portraits #ad

What does a dog mom want for the holidays? She wants something that reminds her of those that are precious to her. With all the love that goes into everything above, a canvas she can stare at in her office will put a huge smile on her face. Pop Your Pup is such a great gift!

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Fave Holiday Gifts for Doxie Lovers

Fave Holiday Gifts for Doxie Lovers

Some of these items are practical and some are absolutely not! All doxie owners can relate, right? I'm a crazy Doxie Mom and own almost all of these items.

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A HYGGEE Holiday Card from Minted #ad

A HYGGEE Holiday Card from Minted #ad

“Holiday Kisses” is the theme for this card and I specifically wanted a photo of the dogs that represented time with loved ones in a relaxed, environment. The trips we take the coast are exactly that. There is nothing more HYGGE than spending time with the three hounds and since our oldest dog is 13 years old I try to cherish the time we have together. Every. Second. Counts.

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Learn To Be a Death Doula For Your Animals

Learn To Be a Death Doula For Your Animals

When I was at the park last week with the three dogs, I noticed a man with his old dog walking past our car. He was clearly headed to “his spot” where he sat down with his dog – and...

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My Dog Has Giardia: Now What?

My Dog Has Giardia: Now What?

We went in for Walter’s wellness Saturday and of course dropped of a fecal sample. Then days later I find out he has giardia! The last time he go it – it was 2013. So we’re not strangers to the...

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Swan Island Dahlia Farm is Dog Friendly

Swan Island Dahlia Farm is Dog Friendly

Top Reasons to Go: It’s DOG Friendly! You can take your well behaved dog on leash and there is enough space to navigate the flower rows without having to run into tons of dogs Labor Day weekend and the weekend...

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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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The Three R’s: How CBD Is Helping Our Dogs #ad

The Three R’s: How CBD Is Helping Our Dogs #ad

Relaxing, repairing and restoring – is this too good to be true? Naturally occurring phytocannabinoids (CBD) are important for the overall health of dogs, cats,  humans, rabbits and all animals. And the use of CBD products with our animals help...

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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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Letting Your Dog Make Choices

Letting Your Dog Make Choices

I had the privilege of working with Amy Herot in late June. She is one of the NACSW founder’s.   Training secrets is the theme for this week’s Positive Pet Training Blog Hop!  My training secret? – work on giving your dog...

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