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?
We’ve found threatening notes in the car. Luckily, we have Kurgo to protect us. And here’s your chance to get some protection too.
Usually my dog goes naked. But I can see a few silly reasons Honey might wear a coat. And one serious one.
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.
While getting Honey ready for her vet follow-up visit, I hesitated. Should I put her in her harness? Or should I simply attach her leash to her collar? In other words, when does a dog need a harness? And when is just a collar fine?
With leashes spilling out of your closet and tennis balls stuffed in your jacket pockets, you may think you have all the gear your dog could possibly need. But if your dog doesn’t live in the desert (and even people in the desert own swimming pools), you should get your dog a life jacket.
Of course we love all our dogs. But with some dogs, things are different. Our relationship is special. Let’s fact it. Some dogs just get under our skin more. Why?
I’m late. No, not that kind of late. We won’t be hearing the pitter patter of a little dog blogger typing around the house. Nope, I’m late getting ready for the Third Annual Pet Blogger Gift Exchange. (Read about how the first Pet Blogger’s Gift Exchange began). But better late than never, eh?
How far would you go to find out if your dog loved you? Would you cross the country and back again? Would you consult a therapist? A pet communicator? Because Benoit Denizet-Lewis did those things and more wondering if his Labrador retriever, Casey, loved him. Oh, and while he was at it, he explored the […]