How do you know your boat dog is happy? Do they look relaxed and comfortable? Or are they showing signs of stress you may not recognize?
Helping you and your dog adjust to the cruising life.
Because we live on the water, it’s vital that our dog Honey knows how to swim. But even if you don’t live on a boat, knowing your dog can swim is important for summer safety. Here are a few tips on how to teach your dog to swim.
The Husband fills in this morning.
Our dog Honey has laid down the law–she will not potty on the boat. Here’s what that means for us.
Honey has surprised me by learning some amazing things–walking on a moving ramp, climbing steep stairs with open treads, and even staying balanced on a heeling sailboat. But this year we have a new trick for her to learn. We’re going to teach our dog how to fly.
I know you’re hoping for cute pictures of Honey on exotic beaches or barking at pelicans. But life on a boat takes lots of training. For us. And for the dog.
Honey sleeps. She eats. She runs around and plays. In many ways, little has changed for my dog since we moved aboard a boat. But some things are very different.
As we got closer to moving aboard a sailboat, I worried more and more about Honey. How would she move around the boat? Deal with cramped quarters? Cope with the stress of moving aboard? I don’t know why I wasted my time. Honey sails better than I do.
My dog Honey has acted differently lately. She’s doing things she’s never done before. And I’m worried. Do you think my dog needs a psychiatrist?
Some links below (including all Amazon links) are affiliate links, meaning that I earn from qualifying purchases. Learn more here. How long does it take to train your dog to meet a challenge? I don’t know how long it takes you but let me show you how long we’ve been preparing Honey to live aboard a …