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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. […]