Every Day is an Adventure 16

Many of you have watched the Ninja Turtle foster pups grow and flourish since they have been under our charge.  I am here to tell you that they have officially made the transition from a cute bunch of furballs to blood curdling, screeching banshees from the far-away place named makemewanttopullmyhairout land! I kid, but they have […]

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Tether Tug #review

Why the Tether Tug? Halfway through March of this year, I was forced to come to terms with the fact that my entire crew was overweight.  It took me awhile, because, like any self-respecting dog owner, I refused to believe that I had caused the problem with overfeeding and under-exercising my pack. Once I opened […]

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Selma update

Our little girl is on her road to recovery now, her medicated shampoo baths started yesterday and the scabbing is already started to get a bit better.  We have to wait until Monday to get her Bravecto treatment because it requires a vet’s prescription, but once she gets that in her system she should improve […]

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Meet Selma(New medical foster)

Sometimes a foster comes in that just melts your heart while breaking it into a million little pieces.  This girl is covered in mange at only a couple of months old.  For those that are unfamiliar, her condition is completely treatable, but until we can get it under control, her skin cracks, bleeds, and swells.  You can tell by […]

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The evil saboteur of dog training.

If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard something along the lines of “no matter what I do my dog keeps _____”, I would have a LOT of nickels! We are all at least somewhat familiar with the story that is playing out in these type of situations.  It is a stereotyped role often found in […]

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The Raw Truth about Raw Feeding

I remember when we first brought Sully home.  I became obsessive about “bests”, the best food, the best bowls, the best exercise, the best supplements, the best toys, etc, etc.  I read everything I could find that ranked dog-related products or services.  In my research, I learned that the “raw diet” was largely considered the […]

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