Yesterday I posted this picture of my husband’s latest boat project. It will make life easier for us and harder for Honey. Did you guess what it is?
Honey posed with something new my husband was building for the boat. Do you know what it is?
Sure, I can make Honey sit, stay, and come to me all day long. But the best way to improve her recall is through play.
Lately Honey has become a better problem solver. Is my dog getting smarter?
The other day I was working in the cockpit. Honey was keeping me company. And then this happened.
There’s nothing like living on a tiny boat to help you learn new things about yourself and the ones you live with. Latest thing I’ve learned? Just how much my dog and I crave new things.
Why haven’t I posted exciting pictures of our travels? Or talked about new places? Because we haven’t moved in a long time. Honey loves it. It feels like home.
When your home has less than 250 square feet of living space, you can’t afford to keep stuff you don’t use. Can you help us clean up the boat?
Being able to take your dog many places is great for socialization. But not every pet friendly business is both pet friendly and human friendly. Some are just dull.
Neighborhood is a foreign concept when you’re a transient living on a boat. We don’t see the same dog walkers every day, chat with the school crossing guard each morning, or make that weekly visit to the farmer’s market. But we still have Pet Blogville. And the Annual Pet Blogger Challenge is its big block […]