If you’ve been following along, you know I am a fan of the Petweighter brand dog dishes. My dogs like to chew on their dishes when they can get away with it, and they tend to drag them all over the house. The Petweighter dish attaches securely to a base you fill with water so it stays put. When I bought my dishes, they only had one size, which was perfect for my bigger dogs, but wouldn’t be suitable for a smaller breed. So, I’m excited to share this news I got in my mailbox – they now have a smaller size! Continue reading Small Petweighter Bowls
Just a small chuckle to get your week started.
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
Last week, we listed top ten lap dog breeds, and as promised, this week we bring you the top ten reasons why you might want to have a lap dog. Continue reading Tuesday Top Ten: Reasons to Have A Lap-Sized Dog
I published a Top Ten list this week about lap dogs, and it made me wonder: what size dog do you like best?
I received this press release a few days ago, and thought I’d share the news with those of you who have pocket pets. As you know, my dogs are all pretty big, so I can’t say I have reviewed this food. Let me know what you think if you try it!
You know what they say, “If you can’t play with the big dogs, don’t get off the porch.”
If you have a small home or if you just like smaller dogs, you might want to choose from one of the breeds on this list. Small dogs are generally a little less expensive to care for because you will have to buy less food and smaller-sized accessories such as kennels, leashes, and toys. In addition, some of your veterinary care will be less expensive because you will be buying smaller doses of medication.