Doggy News

Halloween Tips

October 19, 2019 :: Posted by ediayi

Monsters and Zombies and Ghouls, Oh My!  Fall is finally here!  Who can resist the fun scarves, warm campfires, and charming witch décor?  Even my dogs love fall!  I’m not sure what they like more… rolling in the crunchy leaves, sniffing the crisp air, or the extra puppuccinos they get from Starbucks because of my read more

Traveling Without Your Dog

October 7, 2019 :: Posted by ediayi

Planning a vacation and worried about leaving your dog home? Will they be sad?  Will they be lonely?  Well, it doesn’t have to be that way!  We’re sharing our top 4 suggestions for helping your dog feel calm and comfortable while you’re away. Dogs thrive with routine and familiarity.  In fact, studies show that structured read more

American Working Dogs

August 30, 2019 :: Posted by Tommy Terrier

First celebrated in 1882, Labor Day is the yearly national celebration of the contributions that workers have made to the prosperity of the United States.  Today we celebrate by sharing how dogs, our beloved four-legged companions, have assisted in furthering the prosperity and strength of the US. Dogs have been working alongside humans for centuries, read more

Traveling With Your Dog

June 25, 2019 :: Posted by Tommy Terrier

There is always something fun to do with your dog in the summertime, from hiking and camping to kayaking and road-tripping, I just can’t get enough!  I have many wonderful memories of past summer adventures and the recent warmer weather has me yearning for more.  If you love exploring nature with your dog or are read more

Things to Know About Heat Stroke

June 25, 2019 :: Posted by Tommy Terrier

Summer?  Is that you?  It’s been a cold and rainy spring in the Midwest, but recent warm temperatures mean that summer is finally on its way!  With heat waves and weather changes approaching, it’s important to remember how this can make outdoor adventures more hazardous for us and our pets.  To begin our Summer Series, read more