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Pop Your Popcorn

From our good friends at Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary in Marana, AZ
From our good friends at Cherished Tails Senior Sanctuary in Marana, AZ

Don’t you love the old lady glasses on the dog on the right – this is from a senior sanctuary after all! She needs a pearl chain holder for them.

Enjoy your holiday weekend with a family members-only gathering in the back yard, or at least #WearYourMask!

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

AKC Museum of the Dog Store

Bulldog Butler Tray

Every once in a while, I make a post about goings-on at the AKC Museum of the Dog in New York City. What I didn’t know until recently is that they have an awesome museum store that you can access online if you can’t make it to the city so nice they named it twice.

They have holiday items, stationery, and dog toys, among other things. One of my favorites is pictured above and featured in the Home Decor section. It’s a needlepoint valet tray featuring a really cute Bulldog Butler. Continue reading AKC Museum of the Dog Store

The Most Awfulest Time of the Year

Graphic from ThatPetPlace.com
Graphic from ThatPetPlace.com

Who doesn’t love the Fourth of July? Your dog, that’s who. More dogs disappear from home on Independence Day than on any other day of the year. The fireworks set off this week are more terrifying than even thunderstorms, and in my neighborhood, they’ve already started.

From our friends at ThatPetPlace.com, here are a few things you can do to ease their anxiety and keep them safe.

I hope you and your dogs have a safe, fun holiday.

Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!

Pets of the Pandemic

Photo courtesy AKC
Photo courtesy AKC

Have you considered what would happen to your animals if you were suddenly hospitalized due to the coronavirus (or for any reason, really)? What if you died suddenly?

Not a topic any of us want to think about, but one which we must consider.

In New York City, they have a special team that feeds animals abandoned by owners in the hospital, and takes in the animals who have been orphaned by the virus. But most of us don’t live in cities large enough to have this kind of service. Continue reading Pets of the Pandemic