Ok, so -5 degrees Celsius might not seem like the ideal temperature to venture outside, but after several days of -15C and snowing, the sunshine today will pass as a beacon to bundle up the dogs and head lakeside. My aging dog Victor is slowing down – and tearing his other ACL (find out about […]
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 […]
Picture sprawling green grassland, stone walled gardens, cultivated flowerbeds and looming metal sculptured figures every 20 strides or so. Further away, a zoo of domestic 18th century farm animals roam behind fences, and waterfowl flitter about in the aviary. This is Brookgreen Gardens, a privately owned outdoor art park open to the public in Myrtle […]
Lining up on the stairs in front of the AKC Museum of the Dog in the Big Apple, I’m ridiculously excited. An entire museum dedicated to dogs? Well, in this case, dog breeds because the AKC runs the country’s oldest purebred registry.
Happy Day After Valentine’s Day when all the big red hearts are half price and the evening is allocated to finding the soft centres. To celebrate the week of love, I supported local rescues – and got a great deal on professional photographs – with my true love: my dog Victor. Animal Angel Rescue Foundation […]
Night two one of the oldest sporting events in the U.S. – The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Controversy starts the night – a conflict with ownership means Colton, the stunning black Schipperke, isn’t permitted to compete in best of show tonight despite winning first best in […]