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We received this awesome update on Queen T (Tater): “Our Queen T has been with us over 6 months. We are in between leases and crashing with my parents for a minute and Tater is in heaven. They have a Scottie who can be a little moody with other dogs, but Tater marched in, declared it her kingdom and that’s been that. Her new daily activities include bullying the other dogs out of their spots on the couch, sunbathing now that she has access to a yard, and being held by my mother.” We truly appreciate the update! She is such a cutie. This truly makes our hearts smile to see how happy and loved she is in her forever home. The post Alum Queen T (formerly Tater) appeared first on French Bulldog Village. http://frenchbulldogvillage.net/alum-queen-t-formerly-tater/Read More
I’m just going to come right out and say it, I hate wee-wee pads! As a dog trainer I’ve seen so many potty-training programs derailed by the use of wee-wee pads. In some cases, people just don’t know any better. But other people are looking for a short cut. There is no shortcut to potty […] The post I Hate Wee-Wee Pads! first appeared on Staci. https://mannersformutts.com/blog/2020/11/25/i-hate-wee-wee-pads-2/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=i-hate-wee-wee-pads-2Read More
Do you have an active dog who is always hungry? Have you ever wondered if you’re really giving your pup enough food to support their active lifestyle? What about the reverse? Are you feeding your moderately active dog as much as a long-distance sled dog? That’s probably only going to lead to weight gain or other health problems. So what really constitutes an active dog and how many calories do they really need? We break it down for you here! If you’ve ever ordered Ollie for your pup, you know one of the first questions we ask is how active is your pup? The definition of active is kind of subjective so if you’ve ever questioned your response here are a few things to consider. We categorize dogs three ways for the purpose of onboarding our new pet parents: Hyper: Only stops running and jumping to eat Pretty active: Loves…Read More
The closer we get to the holidays, the more you may worry about what to do with your dog. Should you use kennels or a pet sitting service? Here are some thoughts. By Guest Blogger, Leigh Fallon We all look forward to that time of year when it’s time for our summer holidays and getaways. However, the closer you get to your holiday, the more you may begin to worry about what you will do with your dog. There are plenty of options out there for you, but you may find it challenging to find the best option for you and your dog. Should I use a Kennel or hire a pet sitter for my pup when I travel? We have all heard of kennels where you can take your pet to where they will be looked after, but now there is also an alternative known as pet sitting. You…Read More
As dog owners, our pet’s happiness is our topmost priority – we’d do anything to make them as comfortable as possible. One of the easiest ways to make living easier for your dog is getting a dog stroller to facilitate mobility, especially when your dog is convalescent, weak, or just little to walk. As much […] The post How To Make A Dog Stroller appeared first on Petdogplanet – Pet Health & Nutrition Information. https://www.petdogplanet.com/how-to-make-a-dog-stroller/Read More
We received the below update from Ellie’s family: “FBV Alum, Ellie (formerly Pammy), has been with us for just over a year now. She is currently being a wild and sassy girl on her second beach vacation. She is inseparable from her Boston brother, Watson. And loves (naughty girl) to eat her human brother’s toys. She is affectionately known as the “goat” in our house. She prefers wood, plastic and paper toys mostly, also one particular squeaky toy (of which I’m sure we own no less than twenty and can only find two or so at any given moment). She has a love for soccer balls and stuffed sloths. She cannot stand when we make the bed in the morning. And sits outside the bedroom in a huff when she is banished because of her sass. In short, we adore her. Our little sass monster with the ridiculously cute…Read More
May your kitchen be filled with Newfies under your feet as you prepare this year’s scrumptious feast. May your turkey be plump and safe out of the Newfie’s reach because no one needs their counters breached. May your potatoes and gravy have a few sprinkles of dog hair but everyone will eat them without any … The post Happy Newfsgiving! appeared first on My Brown Newfies. https://mybrownnewfies.com/2020/11/25/happy-newfsgiving/Read More
Not all heroes wear capes. Some are covered in fur with wagging tails. Military K9 Kuno went above and beyond during his duties, risking his own life to save the lives of soliders. The 4-year-old Belgian Malinois is now retired with a brace and prosthetic limb, but he has never felt more alive. Kuno truly went above and beyond, and his efforts didn’t go unnoticed. After making it through lengthy medical procedures, Kuno is now being awarded the highest honor in the British military: the Dickin Medal. He deserves it more than anyone for his hard work and dedication. Image: @pdsa/Facebook Kuno’s Sacrifice Kuno had several successful missions, but his last was the one that will never be forgotten. He supported British troops during a raid against an al-Qaeda compound. But the troops soon became surrounded by heavily armed forces with grenades and machine guns. Kuno saw that his humans…Read More
Our dog, Chase, is very dog selective, and has been since the day we adopted him. He would bark and lunge at any dog he thought was a threat. (Side note: this is how most trainers get started in the profession, with their own “project” dog.) We have worked hard over the years to desensitize and counter-condition Chase and we now take walks and go camping with little to no issues. My son now has a dog, and we sometimes “dog sit” him. Kam is a spunky terrier mix – dog and people friendly and very high energy. Although Chase now does well with dogs out of the house, another dog IN THE HOUSE is another matter! The first time Kam visited, Chase barked, lunged, and snarled – through the safety of a gate – at the poor, unsuspecting Kam. Over the half a dozen or so times Kam has…Read More
You wander over to the fridge and take the pint of Ben and Jerry’s out to enjoy in front of the TV with your partner. You hadn’t counted on Fido wanting to join in on the treat. As you taste the first spoonful of that creamy, rich cocoa flavor, you wonder if it’s okay to […] The post Can Dogs Eat Chocolate Ice Cream? first appeared on iPupster.com. https://ipupster.com/can-dogs-eat-chocolate-ice-cream/Read More
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