Category dog product
Michigan, mutts and more. This fall, my dog and I spent a weekend filling shopping bags in the Rochester Hills region.
Fall might be pumpkin magic for some, but for me pumpkin season doesn’t start until I see bins of pumpkins in the grocery stores and jack-o-lanterns in the windows. Dog-themed carvings, even better. Clearly pumpkin lattes are off limits for our furry friends, but pumpkin pleasures are still on the menu for Fido – especially […]
As a warm-up to the SuperZoo product series featured on dogtrotting.net, I’ll start with funny. Here are new pet toy themes amusing to both you and your pup. Ok, your dog likely won’t get the joke, but pet parents will. And that’s who snatching them off the shelves, right?
So here it is, after some tidying, the dogtrotting.net summer dog-themed reading list. Be sure to let us know what you’re reading (and maybe win a book).
Don’t we all want to know more about our fur babies? Their histories (particularly rescues like my dog); their perceptions (we’ve visited pet psychics), or their physical health and constitution? That last one just got easier. Thanks to Affordable Pet Testing, we can mail a fur sample to the company’s lab and find out what […]
Getting a dog grooming appointment is surprisingly difficult. Or so I discovered seven years ago when I suddenly adopted a non-shedding dog that required regular grooming. Professional grooming. Sometimes, that’s easier said than done especially if, like me, you don’t plan six weeks ahead: “No appointment available tomorrow? The next day? Not until next week?” […]
Tonight, I’m sitting in the elegant Chianti Restaurant in Mission Point Resort eating grilled salmon with artichokes and wild rice while, yes, drinking Chianti. And, thanks to PoochPants, I can. Let me explain. I’m spending a few perfect fall days on Mackinac Island in Michigan at the dog-friendly Mission Point Resort with of course my […]
Iceland, land of fresh fish, volcanic landscapes, and charming ponies. I’ve visited once and dream of living there for a year – yes, just one year. However, I went to Iceland during the summer when light was an invigorating aura blanketing the capital of Reykjavik for almost twenty hours a day. (Dogtrotting.net was given a […]
This didn’t go exactly as planned. But then again, what does? The minute it arrived at the door, I ripped open the box and set up my Gen7 Pets Cool-Air Cot Pet Bed to see if I could. (More on that soon). After meeting the company at SuperZoo last year, they sent me a pet […]
Chewing – it’s an issue. Ok, not for me personally and by that, I mean my dog isn’t a big chewer. Since I got him (at about age five), he gave up chewing furniture thanks to daily vigorous exercise. But that doesn’t fix it for everyone. Most dogs love to chew. It’s a canine thing. […]