There are many useful and valid reasons for barking, but when it becomes constant, often we’re left frustrated and perplexed. Think of a parent holding a crying newborn all night. Is she sick? Is she acting spoiled? Like any concerned parent we would search until the answer was found. Unfortunately, as doggie parents, we’re not always as persistent. Too often owners blame their dog, calling him “naughty” or buying shock collars in desperation. But dogs don’t bark for the sake of barking. Our job is to play detective, dig deeper, and find out why!Continue reading “Why is My Dog Barking?”
If you’re holding one too many leashes, and feeling winded from life’s race, you’ll enjoy this blog! Written with pet and nature lovers in mind.
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The 75th anniversary of D-Day stirs up profound gratitude in my heart. Gratitude to all the men and women who served our country, and sacrificed so much for our freedom. It also stirs up deep gratitude to all the dogs who became part of the armed forces and bravely served alongside them. One such dog was Brian, a tough parachuting dog (a 2 year old Alsatian-Collie cross) who turned into a war hero and earned a medal for his service.
Read his inspirational story below, by following the link.
Being a mother doesn’t always mean being related to someone by blood. It means loving someone in an extra special way, unconditionally, with tender loving care, and joy in your heart. Continue reading “Happy Dog Mom Day!”
I’m so grateful for Easter. It means I get a second chance!
My fashion philosophy is, if you’re not covered in dog hair, your life is empty. — Elayne Boosler