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On Friday we walked down to the store to pick up Suki’s new harness, and along the way we met this little guy and his big Shepherd mix friend: At one point the trail exits out onto a dirt road with a few houses on either side, and as we passed by one of the…
So it turns out Suki loves her boots, unfortunately it took me six years to learn that. I kept them in my pack as a “just in case” item for rough terrain, but after seeing her tear happily through the forest last fall I plan to use them a whole lot more. With the added…
My Go-To Gear
We’ve all got our go-to gear; the stuff we tote along everywhere because chances are it’ll be needed at some point. I decided to compile mine into a list. 1. Harness and leash – These kind of go without saying. I prefer using a harness over a collar for comfort and safety, plus if I…
Paw Injuries and Boots for Dogs
My dog does not tend to consider her physical wellbeing. For example, the other day she leaped over a six foot drop before I could stop her. She’s made of pretty sturdy stuff and came out unscathed, actually it didn’t even faze her, but I’m lucky she’s not in a full leg cast. She scales…
Fuel-Up Fridays: Carrot Cake for Canines (and their humans too!)
I can’t say I’ve ever met a dog that doesn’t like carrots at least a little bit. The average dog seems to back flip for carrots, so what could be better than a birthday carrot cake? I’m not overly impressed with store bought dog cake mixes. Prior to baking these cupcakes I looked up dog…
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