I’m looking at different dog ramps for boats–both telescoping and folding. Which will hold up best in a marine environment? Fit different docks? And most importantly, which will be most comfortable for my dog, Honey? As I consider buying a new dog ramp for our boat, that’s the question I really need to answer.
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So you want to buy a dog ramp for your boat? First, ask yourself a few simple questions to make sure you end up with the best boat ramp for your situation.
You need to get your dog a life jacket. Here are 10 reasons why. And tips for getting the right life jacket for your dog.
If you want the best stuff, ask someone who lives on a tiny boat. Here’s my list for the best gifts for boat dogs. I bet your dog will love them. And so will you.
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.
I’m not expecting any gifts aboard Meander this season. Or maybe I should say the gifts will be new fuel injectors, a repaired propeller, and the fuel lines my husband replaced. But if I was giving Honey gifts, here’s what I’d do.
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?
This post has affiliate links. Learn more here or at the bottom of this page. Every morning I check which search phrases brought people to Something Wagging. Some are hilarious. But one that comes up a lot makes me feel helpless. It’s “my dog died and I can’t stop crying.” Doesn’t that just break your …