March 20 | 1 Comment
If you’re a dog sitter or use a dog sitter you’ll enjoy this hilarious article from 4knines blog. Join one pet sitter on her daily adventures, #confessionsofadogsitter, and learn the inside scoop of what goes on behind the scenes.
A few years ago to make some extra money, I thought why not try dog sitting. I have three of my own, love dogs, so how hard could it be to take in a guest or two and watch them?
I have since learned that someone’s perfect angel takes on the persona of Cujo once they walk out the door. When the owner looks at me and says they think it will work, I now know they mean for them. For the dog sitter it’s just the beginning.
To read some hilarious adventures from the dog’s point of view read Bad To The Bone: Memoir Of A Rebel Doggie Blogger.
April 28 | 25 Comments
We’ve been buying our pups Purina’s Pro Plan food for a while. It is supposed to be their upper line and is not inexpensive, especially when you are feeding three large dogs. I thought I was buying a good product until a friend sent me over this information from Dogs Naturally. It has to do with aflatoxins and melamine or cyanuric acid being found in the food. Toxins which can make your dog very sick and in some cases be deadly. Like back in 2007 when there was an outbreak of contaminated dog foods and dogs died because of this. Read more
April 23 | 10 Comments
Last year we lost our 14-year-old dog, Copper. She was a great girl but her last few years she suffered a number of health issues. She developed diabetes and required insulin shots twice a day, had trouble walking, and a chronic cough along with some other health problems. We did everything we could to keep her as comfortable and happy as possible.
Some of these things were as easy as making sure she had the right medications and others involved making changes in our house to help her get around easier. As your dog gets older there are things you can do to accommodate their changing needs. Here are five great tips from the Hartz blog. Read more
April 23 | 6 Comments
There’s an article on Pet 360 but nowhere do I see a Chowberger listed. In case you don’t know what a Chowberger is it’s part chow, some leonberger, with a twist of retriever. That’s me, of course. While the post may be interesting I cannot verify the accuracy because if I’m not on there who knows what else they left out. Woof! -Kensy, The Dog Read more
April 21 | 15 Comments
Services dogs are known for lending assistance with everyday tasks to those who are disabled but they do so much more. The emotional support they provide is priceless. Here is the story of two of the Boston Marathon victims and how their dog has helped get them through some really tough times. Read more
April 18 | 9 Comments
We now have our third puppy mill dog, Bethany, who we adopted seven months ago. When we adopted our first, Logan, we really didn’t know what a puppy mill was. That was back in 2009 and we learned so much since then. I spread the word as much as I can so that when folks see those adorable puppies at pet stores or from puppy mills they realize that there is so much more to it than just the cute face their looking at.
April 18 | 8 Comments
Have a great weekend.
April 17 | 1 Comment
After Miley Cyrus lost her beloved pup, Floyd, her mom surprised her with a new puppy to help ease the pain. It turns out Miley wasn’t ready to have a new dog in her life and decided it was best to give her to a loving home.
April 16 | 5 Comments
I was contacted by a representative of Canidae Natural Pet Food Company to see if we would try and review their new line of grain free dog treats and Life Stages Bakery Snacks.. Of course they had me at treat. Read more
April 16 | 2 Comments
Half of all marriages end in divorce so what do you do if you have a beloved pup that both of you want? Believe it or not more canine cases are being heard in court but unlike children dogs are still viewed as property. That’s rather sad if you think about it but unfortunately the way it is. Here’s a report from The Dogington Post. Read more