The pit mix on board looked distressed in the raving wind. His people had not learned the first lesson of building trust–listen to your dog.
Everyone should have a boat dog. They make great crew. I’m surprised every boat doesn’t have one.
If you need to tire your dog out on a walk in a short distance, work their brain instead. We don’t always have time to take Honey on a long walk from our boat. But we know how to give her a workout even when a walk is short.
I love living on my boat with my dog. Except when I don’t. Here are 9 reasons you should not live on a boat with your dog.
How do you keep your dog cool on the boat without air conditioning? Here’s what we rely on to keep Honey comfortable on hot days.
Would our dog’s first boat trip be a good one? We had spent hundreds of dollars and worked for hours on training. All to move toward living on a sailboat with our dog. But would Honey go for it?
K9 nose work tires Honey out, works her brain, and brings her joy. No wonder nose work games are a great way to have fun with a boat dog.
Do you recognize when your boat dog shows these signs of stress?
How do you keep your dog from jumping off the boat? Here are a few tips.
If you’ve been paying attention, you probably think the pet food aisle of your supermarket is the worst place to buy dog treats. You’d be right. But if you stay away from the pet food aisle, you can find dozens of healthy, inexpensive, and safe dog treats in your grocery store.