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?
Honey just celebrated her sixth birthday. She’s officially middle-aged. And as we approached her latest birthday, I started thinking about something I don’t consider with a young pup. Should we get Honey a pet health insurance policy?
Neighborhood is a foreign concept when you’re a transient living on a boat. We don’t see the same dog walkers every day, chat with the school crossing guard each morning, or make that weekly visit to the farmer’s market. But we still have Pet Blogville. And the Annual Pet Blogger Challenge is its big block …
Has there ever been anyone who didn’t wonder why their beloved dog had to die so soon? If there is, I’ve never met them.
Tragedy brings out the best in many people. But there’s always one or two people who just know how to be jerks. Especially when someone’s pet dies.
My dog Honey gives us so much—affection, companionship, amusement. But the greatest way she has given back to our family might surprise you. It has to do with training her. And training ourselves.
I love her. But I also hate her. Maybe once you read the reasons I hate my dog, you’ll understand.
What is Honey thankful for?