Flowers are pretty to us. But Honey would rather have…
There are two kinds of people in this world: people who think nothing bad will ever happen and people like me. You know, waiting for a disaster to occur any minute. Luckily, I’ve taught my dog Honey the emergency word every dog needs to learn. Just in case.
Does your town’s dog culture has you dodging poop bombs in the park and hiding behind cars to avoid rude dogs and their people? Maybe it’s time to move. Or at least try to grow a good dog culture where you live.
It’s nice when businesses set out water bowls for dogs, but…
Since we’ve lived on the boat, we’ve only traveled as far as one long car trip. But I’ve already seen big differences in the way people treat dogs from one place to the next. What is your town’s dog culture? And is it hurting your dog?
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.
For training Honey, we have a clicker, loads of treats, and some fun toys. We have leashes. Before we moved onto the boat, we had several books. But our most powerful training tool is something we rarely hear anyone talking about. Can you guess what it is?
Yesterday, I asked Honey to do something strange. Can you guess what and why from this picture?