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Dog Mom fur real! (Unisex Short Sleeve V-Neck T-Shirt)$26.00 – $28.50 Select options
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Unisex Short Sleeve V-Neck T-Shirt “True Love”$26.50 – $28.50 Select options
Organic cotton t-shirt dress (woof grey)$34.95 Select options
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Heart. Soul. Unisex Lightweight Dog Graphic Hoodie$35.50 – $38.50 Select options
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[…] has been making durable dog chews for a while – since we first met them at SuperZoo years ago. Benebones are chews made with flavoured durable nylon and manufactured in the US. The appeal of […]
[…] the only company distributing dog chews made from coffee wood. Some companies call it java wood and Quebec-based Dentler is one of them. Dentler who started by selling sustainable harvested antlers has added java wood […]
[…] a German-based company we met at SuperZoo 2022, is one of the companies taking on the challenge to distribute Canophera dog chews in several […]
[…] West Avenue Cider House Maple Taps Festival includes the launch of a new maple cider, maple products for sale, and food […]
[…] Maple Town at Mountsberg Festival […]
[…] Bronte Creek Maple Syrup Festival […]
[…] Westfield Heritage Village, 1049 Kirkwall Road, Rockton, […]
[…] It was the base that initially tripped me up – where do you find a rubber foundation wide enough to wedge fleece strips through, but close enough together to make the process a bit challenging for the dog? I used a rubber sink liner I found in the dollar store, specifically a Better Crocker brand for $2.50. Then I gathered up the fleece squares left over from my obsession with making fleece dog blankets. […]
[…] Ontario. Indoor scent games for dogs – now that’s an idea. (And finding ways to entertain your pup in winter is […]
[…] first, where can you eat with your dog in Halifax, Nova Scotia? At the dog-friendly Garrison Brewing Co. within walking distance of the waterfront and the Nova […]
[…] we hit Halifax on our post-pandemic pet friendly road trip, we’d already been to Yarmouth, Saint. Johns, and Kejimkujik National […]
Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Karen Larocque and my husband, Mark and I own Canine Watersports Canada. We produce the best possible dock jumping competitions in the world of dock jumping. Our mission is to provide the highest standard of professionalism and integrity for our competitors, sponsors, and hosts while providing spectators hours of entertainment that will allow everyone the opportunity to enjoy the most unique and fastest growing dog sport in Canada today!
Imagine for a moment, the sight of a happy, high-spirited dog waiting with breathless anticipation at one end of a 36-foot dock. At the other end, the dog’s handler stands before a 45-foot pool, dangling an enticing floatable toy. In an instant, the dog–energized by the sudden swell of a cheering crowd–speeds down the dock just as the handler hurls the toy skyward. The dog jumps off the edge of the dock, flying over 20 feet through the air in hot pursuit, before his awesome splashdown into the pool.
Thank you so much for reading dogtrotting.net. Unfortunately, I don’t arrange pet festivals but only attend them. Dogtrotting.net is about finding dog friendly places and activities. If you know of any pet festivals coming up in Nova Scotia, please let me know – I’m always updating our events listings.
[…] money saver (see other money saving pet suggestions here) and check out our previous article about common canine health issues and how to prevent […]
[…] to test this theory with my pup at Sniff Scape, a limited-time pop-up adventure for pups in Kitchener, Ontario. Indoor scent games for dogs – now that’s an […]
[…] summer we drove the coast of Nova Scotia from Yarmouth to Kejimkujik National Park, stopping at Fort Anne National Historic Site and Port Royal National […]
It is hard to find Barkswortthies in my area anymore. Which is strange because they were developed in Richmond VA or used to be. Victoria looks beautiful in her new robe. Happy Valentines Day.
Thank you! I saw that robe in a dog FB group I’m in and thought, Victoria needs that one too. I met Barkworthies at SuperZoo. I’m not sure where they are selling – I’ve seen them in a few stores near me. However, distribution seems to be an issue for everyone right now.
[…] Dog Events 2023 CANADA […]
[…] get three digital images from BowWowWow photography. (I’ll add these to the images of my pup with Santa and with […]
[…] February 11, I’ll be heading to Bring Your Dog Café in Hamilton, Ontario to get my precious pup immortalize among pink and red hearts. For $30 […]
[…] dog bath robe after her wet down. Until now, my current dog Victoria was using my previous dog’s blue bath robe. However, this Valentine’s Day I bought Victoria a robe of her own – primarily because I my […]
[…] for my dog on Valentine’s Day is almost a tradition – there are many recipes I’ve experimented with posted on dogtrotting.net. (Maybe we’ll even compile a cookbook soon). But experimenting is touch and go, even if dogs […]
Great article Sherri. I love that you added what causes hot spots, and methods of prevention in the article.
I live and work in the UK, I am going to see if Amazon Uk sell the earthbalm.
[…] cities. When we hit Halifax on our post-pandemic pet friendly road trip, we’d already been to Yarmouth, Saint. Johns, and Kejimkujik National […]
[…] three-in-one product like this one is also a great money saver (see other money saving pet suggestions here) and check out our previous article about common canine health issues and how to prevent […]
[…] only healing balm for dogs out there, but it is one of my favourite having tried a number of its environmentally conscious products […]
[…] also not the first time on the trip I’ve enjoyed pizza and beer indoors with my pup either – Saint Johns, New Brunswick was our first dog-friendly brewery stop. I’ve got to say, I’m loving the dog-friendly brewery […]
[…] Meet My Dog: Victoria! […]