My husband and I are currently living in our motorhome while we have a house built in Colorado Springs. One of our favorite past-times here in Colorado is taking advantage of many dog-friendly open spaces where we can hike. I’ve begun a series of training exercises on these hikes to help Ranger learn some trail etiquette. Here is a behind the scenes look at a recent hike to give you some ideas on teaching trail etiquette to dogs.
With the reminder from Hurricane Harvey in our minds, now is a good time to focus on protecting our pets. From fires in California, to hurricanes in Florida, to poisons and cancer in canines, as pet parents, we are responsible for being prepared for both the unexpected and sadly, the inevitable. There are so many “what if’s” to be considered, it really is overwhelming but necessary. Don’t despair! There are resources available to help navigate these waters, and below are a few for you to keep handy.
Getting ready for a trip? Hopefully your dog will join you! However, if you’re hitting the road sans Fido and struggling with who to trust to care for your faithful companion, this article may help! I recently sat down with Paula Fitzsimmons, and we hashed out 7 things to look for when choosing a doggie hotel. Check it out here and leave your comments/questions below.
While your dog will always be a puppy in your eyes, you can’t help but notice a few changes as the years go by. Whether your walks are getting shorter, or you’re starting to notice a few grey hairs around your dog’s muzzle, you might be wondering exactly when you should consider your dog a “senior” – and what you’ll need to do to care for them as they get older.
Just a quick shout out to Lindsay with Little Dog Tips for reaching out to me about my newest course “Raising Your Puppy”. Pop on over to her blog and check out the article. It’s pretty cool!