Author Archives: Sherri Telenko
“This is Elvis,” proud pet mama tells me showing off her dapper tuxedo-clad Cocker Spaniel. “He’s dressed up to meet Dr. Pol.” Elvis might be the one of the few dressed up at the Westminster Dog Show weekend event, but he’s not the only dog here who wants to meet Dr. Pol and have a […]
And the winner is…. The 144th Westminster Dog Show 2020 Best in Show Winner is SIBA the Standard Poodle! Reserve Champion is the Whippet named Bourbon. Again, this year dogtrotting.net experienced Westminster fever. Not because dog breeding is a hobby or interest, but because dogs, dogs and more dogs gathering in any singular location is […]
Five years ago, Innocente Brewing Company opened its doors in Waterloo, Ontario. Two months ago, my dog Victor walked through those doors. Innocente Brewing Company is pet-friendly (presumably dogs, but maybe someone’s brought a cat). We’re in Waterloo, Ontario – the city next to Kitchener and near Blackberry home base Cambridge. In fact, I drive […]
Rappaport pitched the idea of Dog Bowl to Animal Planet and now Dog Bowl is on for a third year, airing February 1, 2020 at 8 pm EST. Dogs on Team Goldie and Team Oldies range in age from three to 14. Tune in to see which dog takes the ‘senior dog award’ with him to his new home.
Duck herding … it’s a thing. That’s one of the surprises at The Michigan Winter Dog Classic 2020 in Novi, Michigan. This four-day annual dog show attracts 160 breeds recognized by the American Kennel Club, along with the local Oakland County Kennel Club and the Livonia Kennel Club, to the Suburban Collection Showplace. Spectators are […]
My dog is aging. If you’ve been following dogtrotting.net (thank you), you know he’s been diagnosed with dementia. Not great, and it requires daily supplements and medication. So, it’s pills twice a day from now on. Hopefully, if you are giving your dog pills it’s temporary and likely not easy. I’ve been wrapping pills in […]
According to research, about 60 percent of dogs over the age of 14 show signs of dementia, often not obvious until the dog is in an advanced stage.
What are the symptoms of CCD or dog dementia?
It’s hard to say. According to my dog’s neurology report, “clinical signs of CCD are numerous and often unspecific.”