Archive for the 'Thoughts on Life with Dogs ' Category

5 Tips For Handling Your Partner’s Pet Allergies

5 Tips For Handling Your Partner’s Pet Allergies

Guest blogger, Emma Lawson brings you some wonderful advice on what to do if your partner has pet allergies!  About Emma Lawson: Emma is a passionate writer, online article editor at ripped.me and a health enthusiast. In her spare time,...

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Pop Your Pup: Super Cute Human “Dog” Gear #ad

Pop Your Pup: Super Cute Human “Dog” Gear #ad

I had three Tee-shirts made up last month with Pop Your Pup. They turned out SO cute and I’ve been wearing them to work in addition to the park, beach – pretty much anywhere. #sponsored The process is easy, I sent...

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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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Top 3 Reasons To Celebrate Your Dog’s Birthday

Top 3 Reasons To Celebrate Your Dog’s Birthday

Walter is five! Sunday morning snuggles.  Notice the Breaking Bad reference (see below) which is what inspired us to name Walter… Walt! Thank you Sugah’s Cookies!     It’s Walter’s birthday AND be kind to animals week! I think it’s...

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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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Choosing the Right Pet Foods: A Q&A with Dr. Marty Becker #ad

Choosing the Right Pet Foods: A Q&A with Dr. Marty Becker #ad

My Dogs Eat Better Than I Do!  #ad #sponsored I attended a live You Tube session with Dr. Marty Becker last week to learn more about how pet owners should choose ingredients for pet foods. Raised on a small farm in...

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WiggleLess Comfort Shirt: Anything for Bruisy

WiggleLess Comfort Shirt: Anything for Bruisy

#sponsored #ad Do Dogs Need Shirts?  WiggleLess contacted me about two of their products for old Bruisy. They design a Dog Brace which I’m reviewing later this month and the Comfort Shirt which is a new product. These products are...

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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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How To Make Time To Train Your Dog

How To Make Time To Train Your Dog

When do I get to come out of this crate! When’s my turn at nosework!?  Below is a snapshot of my calendar from last week. Things were… well a little nuts. I think most folks at this point know that...

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Benefits of Swimming: Young & Old Dogs

Benefits of Swimming: Young & Old Dogs

Why Swimming Rocks During The Winter: I know I have been a broken record when it comes to winter activities but I’m now taking both the doxies to a swim facility for dogs once a week. I don’t know why...

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