Serta Dog Bed Review

Did you know Serta one of the most respected brands in mattresses also makes dog beds? Serta brings the same high quality we have come to expect to their dog beds. Ultra-comfy “ECO-fluff” poly fiberfill is eco-friendly Cozy polyester Sherpa top and poly/cotton twill bottom Variety of sizes available to fit your pet perfectly Rectangular […]

Elk Antler

Elk Antler

Do your dogs love bones? But you’re afraid to give them bones, because bones tend to splinter and have the potential to be harmful? If this sounds familiar then I have found a chew toy for you! Elk Antler! They do not splinter or break, they’re renewable and they’re actually healthy for your dog. Elk […]

Natural Flea and Tick Spray

Tried of putting harsh chemicals that can cause problems with your dog? I love Richard’s Organics Natural Flea and Tick spray. Spray a good amount on your dog (until they are wet) rub it in, let it dry and unless they go swimming they are good for two weeks. I have used this spray on […]

Pogo Plush Review

I bought Rusty and Sadie the Pogo Plush toy a few days ago. For those of you who read my blog regularly you already know Rusty has a thing for destroying any toy with a squeaker. He believes it’s his mission to destroy all squeakers. However, when I examined the Pogo Plush I thought it […]

Camping With Your Dog

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Every year I like to head out to my favorite lake and camp. I always take my dogs, Sadie and Rusty with me. They love all the new smells, sights, and sounds. Rusty also likes to chase the occasional squirrel he comes across. Here is a list of a few things to keep in mind […]

3 Dog Magazines I Read

Here are the three dog magazine I enjoy reading on a regular basis. Each offers a different perspective on dogs. Bark Magazine! Bark is about life with dogs. This magazine covers topics about behavior, health, recreation and travel, culture and community, art and literature. Bark is well written and I enjoy the huge selection of […]

PetBuckle Universal Pet Seat Belt Review

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Millions of Americans take their dogs on road trips, day trips and even while running short errands. A survey conducted by AAA and Kurgo asked people about their habits behind the wheel when their dogs are in the vehicle. They found that drivers often engage in risky behaviors: • 59% participated in at least one […]

Dog Car Safety Tips

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A friend of mine was driving about 45mph when a car cut him off. Don had to hit the brakes in order to avoid hitting the car that had pulled out in front of him. His dog, which had been riding in the back seat hit the windshield and ended up dying. After Don shared […]

Dog Swimming Pools

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Yesterday I talked about getting a Kiddie pool for your dog. Today, I am going to cover reasons why you may want to buy an actual dog pool. The difference between dog swimming pools and kiddie pools. Dog swimming pools are more durable, they are more capable of withstanding the high activity level of dogs, […]

Kiddie Pool for Your Dog

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During the hot summer months, it is important to have water available to your dog at all times. Sadie and Rusty like to have their drinking water of course, but they also love having access to a small plastic kiddie pool. A kiddie pool works great when you have very limited space in your back […]

Dog Backpacks

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Does your dog seem to have an endless amount of energy? Do you find that after taking your dog for a long walk he still seems to have just as much energy as when you left the house? You may want to try a dog backpack. Whenever I walk Rusty on a leash, I often […]

Secrets to Dog Training

Secrets to Dog Training (formerly named SitStayFetch) has been revamped and was officially launched on February 2, 2009. SitStayFetch has been the top selling dog training course for over four years, and it has been bought by over 217,000 dog owners world-wide. Having taken a close look at it, I understand why it has outsold […]

Dog Grooming – Brushing Your Dog

If you knew of a way to improve you and your dog’s lives in just five minutes a day would you do it? Well, you should. Just spending five minutes a day grooming your dog you can reduce the amount of matted hair your dog will have, improve your relationship with your dog, and create […]

Dog Food Storage Containers

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Are you tired of ripped bags, spilled food and stale kibble. Finding a good way to keep your bag of dog food from becoming stale can be a difficult task. One of the first things to look for when shopping for a food storage container, is a sound sealing lid. Air is the enemy of […]

Arthritis in Dogs

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Arthritis is one of the most common afflictions for dogs; it affects one in five dogs in the United States. Arthritis is a debilitating condition which causes inflammation and pain in a dog’s joints, and usually affects elbows, hips, shoulders, back and neck. It can affect one or more joints and is often present in both […]