Honey is a hog. A blanket hog. But we may have found an answer.
As someone who has struggled with pulling dogs, I know what a big accomplishment it is to walk your dog with a loose leash. But once you master that advanced skill, what’s next? (This post contains affiliate links.)
Usually Honey loves meeting new friends. I’ve explained to her that Hurricane Joaquin is not someone she wants to meet. I think she understands.
Dogs used to live in houses outside in the yard. Now many people have invited their dogs into their houses. And onto the furniture. Are we going back the other way? With our new tiny boat, have we moved back into the doghouse with our dog?
Honey knows she’s beautiful. People tell her all the time. I wonder if my windblown golden retriever ever has doubts.
Poor Honey. She’s always waiting for something. Waiting for the vet. Waiting for one of us to come out of the store. Waiting for us to stop talking to someone. What if we found special things to do while waiting with our dog?
Although some people spend hours blow drying their golden retriever’s coat to get those silky locks you see at dog shows and on insurance commercials, Honey is a wash-and-wear dog. Luckily we’ve found a new collar that is also wash-and-wear—The Kurgo Muck Collar. And you can win one here.
My husband and I have talked a lot about authority lately. Especially about who will captain the boat. I don’t usually buy into what dominance trainers say. But are they right in one area? What would happen if Honey decided to captain the boat?
I know you’re hoping for cute pictures of Honey on exotic beaches or barking at pelicans. But life aboard a boat takes lots of training. For us. And for the dog.
My husband always wanted to be one of those fancy architects who designed furniture. You know, like Frank Lloyd Wright, Marcel Breuer, and Charles Eames. What do you think? Will this be the latest rage in furniture design?
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