Elderly dogs are so cute. They enjoy the most simple things and are usually easily satisfied when we take the time to give them appropriate attention and engagement. In our house, two of our dogs are approaching their 15th birthdays: McCoy’s is March 12 and Finn’s is March 31. It is hard to believe they… Read More Making Life Good For Elderly Dogs
I have become a regular brusher of my dog’s teeth in the last several years. It really makes a difference for my dogs teeth and breath and they enjoy having it done, with one exception. McCoy HATES having his teeth brushed. It’s because he has bad teeth and I never got him used to it… Read More Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth
For the next 15 days you may notice (you will now!) that I am blogging every day. I have taken on a 15 day blog challenge from Natalie Sissons the Suitcase Entrepreneur. I am only posting her page for your info and I do not get compensated for doing this. The main reason I am… Read More Time Management With Dogs
This week was Disaster Preparedness Week, so we decided to practice our emergency evacuation procedure and vlog it. Since we have 6 dogs, and they require certain things to keep them comfortable (food, equipment etc), as we humans do, I felt it necessary to be prepared in case of anything weird that might happen and… Read More Disaster Preparedness With Dogs
Thanks to Rumpydog for posting on this topic recently. http://rumpydog.com/2015/05/01/malamute-coat-care-for-summer/ With the coming of spring, many dog people start thinking about how a dog needs to stay cool in the hot summer weather. Some people in my rural area shave down their dogs in the summer, and sometimes in the winter. This is not a… Read More Don’t Shave Down A Double Coated Dog!