An open letter to the community. I’m so tired of you not addressing your dog’s needs and then getting more dogs. I’m so tired of seeing dogs thrown in the backyard to “exercise themselves” just so you can complain about all the stuff they destroy and all the holes they dig “exercising themselves.” I’m soContinue reading “I’m so tired.”
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A Tale Of Two Sisters￼
Originally posted by Ursula Ruhl on Webster-Kirkwood Times. “Sometimes you find out how small the world really is in the most unlikely places. A year ago this month, we adopted an adorable puppy after our 14-year-old dog passed away. Lucky was a wonderful rescue dog and was part of our family for 12 years. ToContinue reading “A Tale Of Two Sisters￼”
How to prevent bad dog breath
We’ve all been there. You get up close and personal with your dog to show them some love and they return the favor by breathing right in your face. Dog breath is famous for being rough, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Some causes of bad dog breath As dog owners, it’s oftenContinue reading “How to prevent bad dog breath”
How Does Fostering Work?
First, let us say that fosters are miracle workers. These amazing individuals take a dog into their home and provide care, training, and safety for dogs. For many dogs, this is the first home they’ve ever been welcomed into. Fosters get dogs ready for their next home. And let’s be honest – it’s not alwaysContinue reading “How Does Fostering Work?”
A Tribute to Golden Girls
As the days fly by and we move on with our hectic lives, let’s not forget about our Golden Girl, Betty White. A beloved media personality inter-generationally, renowned for her saucy style, independence, sparkling eyes, and dimpled cheeks – Betty would have been exactly 100 years old today. Our TV darling until the very end,Continue reading “A Tribute to Golden Girls”
The Adoption Checklist: Before Arrival
Location, location, location! Decide where your new pet will sleep, spend most of their time, and have free roam. Set up any pet gates, and if you plan to crate train, get their crate set up and ready to go. Purchase all supplies needed to care for your new dog, such as collars, leashes, foodContinue reading “The Adoption Checklist: Before Arrival”
8 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Dog
Enrich your dog’s life in 2022 with these 8 resolution ideas.
A beginner’s guide to canine training vocabulary.
4 Ways to Provide More Mental & Physical Stimulation
Enrich your dog’s life with more mental and physical stimulation using these four ideas.