It’s almost here! We leave tomorrow afternoon for BlogPaws, and have put together a short list of last-minute items, you may have overlooked. For you and your dog: Cotton balls and Q-Tips: You might need these to help apply or remove makeup, but they are also good tools to have in your dog’s bag just… Continue reading Last-Minute Packing Tips for #BlogPaws
The best part about a three day weekend is the short work week. At least that’s what Toby thinks. He was so confused tonight, because instead of taking our car we drove up state in his Aunt Vikki and Uncle Les’ car. For a majority of the ride, he had a panicked look on his… Continue reading Road Trip: Fun or Freak Out?
For many pet owners, their four-footed passengers are just as important as their two-footed ones, which is why Chevrolet is touting their vehicles’ safety features that will help keep your furry friend safe. Nearly six in 10 people said they had driven with their dog in the car at least once a month in the… Continue reading Shopping for a New Car? Consider Your Pet’s Safety
The incident happened last week, but the story is something that I’ve been really thinking about. A New Jersey woman was charged with two counts of animal cruelty for leaving an animal unattended inside a vehicle and for carrying an animal in an inhumane way, after her male Yorkie hanged itself from the headrest of… Continue reading Woman Charged with Carrying an Animal In an Inhumane Way
This report from WCBS in New York has me completely freaked out — dog thefts are on the rise and they are warning people not to leave their pets unattended, even for a minute. Dave Carlin reports: Toby and I travel a lot, and sometimes I have no choice but to leave him in the… Continue reading Dog Thefts on the Rise
It’s three little words I hate. Actually, let me clarify that, I don’t hate them — I despise them. And, sometimes, it’s not even the words, but instead a picture of a dog with a circle around it and a line through it. No Dogs Allowed. Boy, do I really hate seeing that. But, in… Continue reading No Dogs Allowed
December is a big month for travel, and many of us take our pet with us when we go away on vacation or to visit family for the holiday. But, just like the long lines and security checks at the airport can be tough on you, it can also be stressful for your pet. Here… Continue reading Holiday Season Pet Air Travel Safety Tips
For someone who travels with their dog almost every weekend, I’m always looking for new products to make this task easier. So, I was really excited to try Sturdi Products’ SturdiBox. In the past Toby’s portable water dishes have included everything from real dog dishes and plastic coated disposable cardboard ones to washed out plastic… Continue reading Sturdi Products’ SturdiBox – Great for Travel