Some of the games I play with my dogs are fetch. They also have some jumps they go over. We play a game where I hide and they have to find me. Sometimes we play a game where I hide a treat and they have to find it. I was wondering what kind of ga… more ›
We know that other places celebrate Mardi Gras, too, but Louisianans love our special takes on the Carnival season. CJ and I are currently in another state; so we won't be in St. Tammany on Tuesday or for Mardi Paws next Sunday. Will you celebrate … more ›
My mini beagle mix (Esme) goes to doggy dance class, has her own blog, more outfits than I do, and a social life to rival any popular high schooler. Anyone else out there do fun (or silly) things to spoil your little one?
My dogs have destoyed the grass in the back yard as my yard is slightly wet and when they run around they rip up the grass with their feet. My one dog always scratches the ground after he pees.. and rips up grass..I have a decent size yard.. but it i… more ›
My 1 1/2 year old sh'peagle (GSD/Beagle mix) can chew through ANYTHING! I even bought a wrought iron daybed because she destroyed my couch. Even thick rope toys don't last as long as I'd expect. She loves squeaky toys and so do my other dogs, but … more ›
Do people tell you your pet looks like you? While at the dog park last week I was entering the area and this huge, nearly 7 foot tall, bald guy was getting a bag to pick up after his dog and as he crossed my path he said, "It's okay, Punkin" to his … more ›
We are looking for some feed back on durable dog toys for Weaver. So far he has destroyed a Kong Wubba, he likes squeeky toys and does like to fetch. We don't really like the idea of stuffing treats in toys but that does not mean the toy would be r… more ›
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A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
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A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›