Canine Courtesy while hiking on the trails of Hocking Hills
Dog friendly does not mean free range. By showing courtesy to fellow hikers and their dogs more areas will open to dogs allow them to share in our experiences. Here’s what I learned.
Creative Games to Stimulate Your Dog
By Guest Blog Carl Turner Whether your dog is a herder, a tracker, or a lapdog, he needs activities to keep both his mind and his body in top form….
Winter slump? Cabin fever?
Cabin Fever, otherwise known as boredom, can manifest itself in such destructive behaviors as digging, shredding things, and self-mutilation. By Laura Pakis, Certified Professional Dog Trainer and Blogger Your dog…
Games for kids and dogs
All children should be taught to respect other living beings, be they animal or human. From birth, children need to learn that some things are just not allowed and “be…
Hiking and Camping with your Dog: Prepare
Avid outdoors dog owners swear that a dog can appreciate a spectacular panoramic view as much as a human can. Dogs discover interesting features you might otherwise overlook, and a dog is thrilled at the new smells and sites of a camp site. Some avid outdoors people believe that a dog can appreciate a spectacular panoramic view as much as a human can. But when bringing your dog along on a camping or backpacking trip, you need to make extra plans specifically for your canine companion.
Winter Couch Potatoes; dogs get fat too
by Guest Blogger Dr. Rex Riggs, Best Friends Veterinary Hospital I love winter and snow. I am aware that many of you don’t share my affection for the cold months. …