Tethered Tug Toy for Your Dog

July 18, 2017

Mischief Mayhem TuckeredThis picture was posted by a friend of mine, whose dogs Mischief and Mayhem cannot keep up with her adventures. Which amazes me, as I can’t imagine having as much energy even as my 10-year old Beagle, let alone her young dogs! [Read more]

UKC Show

July 15, 2017

Tyler and Tizzy took the blue ribbon!

Tyler and Tizzy took the blue ribbon!

Sighted today at the UKC show sponsored by the Tuscarawas County Coonhunters and held at Red Star Vet Clinic in East Canton, Ohio. [Read more]

Tuesday Top Ten: Dining Out With Your Dog

July 11, 2017

More and more restaurants are looking for ways to allow us to include our dogs in our dining experiences. (For those of you who have dogs who don’t participate enough at home!)

dog at tableFrom our good friends at Trips With Pets: suggestions for making your dog’s trip to a restaurant successful. [Read more]

Friday Funny: Oh, Look! A Squirrel!

July 7, 2017


Have a great weekend, chasing whatever is thrown your way!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Dogs and Kids Growing Up Together

July 6, 2017

From The Dodo:

Two of my favorite topics, kids and dogs!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

A Dog’s Bucket List

July 5, 2017

From Inside Edition via YouTube: Mr. Molson, a 12-year-old golden retriever, has led a charmed life. So it is only fitting, his owner believes, that his last days be a grand adventure. Tim Griffin has a hard time talking about what Mr. Molson means to him. He tears up when he thinks about what life will be like without him. But for now, he and his two children are dedicated to completing one heck of a bucket list for their ginger-haired pet.

So sweet!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Hunting Dog Troubles

July 3, 2017

Dead Ducks

Those silly labs!

And just because he’s so stinkin’ adorable, I have to share this photo of my friend’s new hunting dog, Nidy’s Midnight Smoken Bleu Shadow.

Have a happy and safe Independence Day!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Take Your Dog to Work on Friday

June 21, 2017


This Friday, June 23rd, is Take Your Pet to Work Day! Started in 1999 by Pet Sitters International, this is the 19th annual event, designed to call attention to what great companions dogs make. [Read more]

Hurry! Voting Closes at 3 pm on May 3rd!

May 3, 2017


Sorry for the short notice, but I just received this from our friends at Pets for Patriots.

They are asking that we vote for Jameson as an Emerging Hero in the 2017 American Humane Hero Dog Awards. Voting ends today at 3pm Eastern!

Despite the cruelty inflicted upon him as a young pup Jameson has triumphed. Adopted by one of the responding police officers the night he was brutalized, he now teaches children to be kind to animals and collects donated items for various animal welfare organizations.

Vote now!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Today is National Purebred Dog Day!

May 1, 2017

The American Kennel Club® (AKC®) invites you to join us on May 1st as we celebrate pride, predictability and purpose of purebred dogs and promote the preservation of these breeds. This year, two Congressional resolutions designate May 1st as National Purebred Dog Day® (NPDD). Senate Resolution 144 introduced by Senator Thom Tillis and House Concurrent Resolution 46, introduced by Congressmen Ted Yoho, Kurt Schrader and Ralph Abraham highlight the role that purebred dogs and breeders of purebred dogs have played in the history of the United States as well as the numerous ways purebred dogs have served U.S. citizens as search and rescue dogs, guide and service dogs, military working dogs and more, all while providing one-of-a-kind companionship.

The designation of National Purebred Dog Day was created by Colorado resident and Puli fancier Suzi Szeremy to recognize the heritage and diversity of purebred dogs and to highlight and celebrate all the ways purebred dogs better our lives. In March of 2015, Colorado became the first state in the country to recognize May 1 as National Purebred Dog Day® by joint resolution of the House and the Senate, and with the endorsement of the American Kennel Club®. Since then, both Houses of Congress and numerous states have recognized National Purebred Dog Day. In addition to these new Congressional resolutions, the states of Connecticut and Georgia also recognized National Purebred Dog Day for the first time this year. [Read more]

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