Just Itchy or In Pain – Excessive Paw Licking Featured

Too often I see dogs chewing on their paws. Since many store-bought diets are deficient in processing and ingredients it is usually allergies. When we focus on fixing the dog’s diet but the paw licking remains what’s next? It was a relief to read an article in Volume 17 Issue 2 of Animal Wellness Magazine titled “Excessive Paw Licking – […]

4: Brindle Tackles His Ghosts

If you know me, you are aware that I try hard to protect everyone in my sphere: humans, canines, felines, equines, and chickines LOL. (A search reveals the scientific classification is gallus but not what a group of chickens is commonly called… Anyone know?) Rabbit trail, as my husband says! Back to the story of Brindle. Before we continue! I […]

3: Brindle – Vet-bound

The trip to the vet showed me two more amazing things about Brindle: he loves children and he loves the vet’s office. If you’ve been around a lot of dogs like I have, you know most dogs who are old enough to have received shots (and be neutered for that matter) have learned to be cautious of visits to the […]

Toys!

When I suggested a client use toys for enrichment to improve the life of her lonely/bored dog who doesn’t L∙O∙V∙E dog daycare I realized others could also benefit from the information and ideas. Let me share what I know about dogs and toys to help you get started. WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM TOYS? Dogs who get into trouble when left […]