Our dog has behavioral issues. There, we said it. Despite the fact that she is the actual center of our world, Maddie is progressively having more and more unfavorable outbursts of poor behavior including food aggression, dog-dog aggression, and, on rare occasions, dog-human aggression. As dedicated pet owners, we have made a substantial effort to give … Continue reading Confessions of a Dog-Blog Writer
We know, you are a dog person and dogs love you. You have had them all your life and know how to play with them, keep them under control, and the right spot to scratch. Not every dog is the dog you grew up with and not all dogs are friendly. Whether be to an … Continue reading Approaching a Dog Safely: 3 Must-Take Steps
Coming up with a short list of specific words that will represent the commands you give your dog is imperative when starting out training. If one member of the household is saying "sit" and the other is saying "down," it can become awfully confusing for your non-English speaking companion. Using clear, easy to distinguish words … Continue reading Successful Dog Training: It’s Not What You Say…
Sometimes the initial cost of a purchase prevents us from pulling the trigger. Instead, we spend repeatedly on the "cheaper" version. This has the potential to not only negatively effect our wallets, but our health as well. Below we outline 5 purchases that you can make right now in order to save money in the … Continue reading 5 One Time Purchases You Need to Make
As a Dog Dad, I am facing a peculiar situation; my sleep is suffering. Before you start telling me to cutback on the caffeine or get rid of blue light (which, by the way, check and check), hear me out. You see, my sleep disturbances are being caused by a very sensitive duo: Dog and … Continue reading The War on Bed Space
Sometimes we make the most simplistic things wildly over-complicated. In our world of extravagant gyms, an abundance of at-home workout problems, and free media available with a few clicks, we are excessively out of shape and unhealthy. How can it be that we have more resources available to us than ever before yet, as whole, … Continue reading Play – The Forgotten Exercise
Disclaimer: This article is not meant to replace, mimic, or in any form perform the role of a doctor or trained medical professional. Anyone seeking treatment for medical conditions should speak with their licensed healthcare professional. In our over-prescribed country where big-pharma is King, drugs are offered up as the solution to so many of … Continue reading What Is GABA?
Morning routines can be a blessing or a curse. For those of you that strategically plan out your mornings and stick to a schedule, it is perhaps one of your favorite times of day. It is filled with personal development, productivity, and little victories that get your day off to the right start. For others, … Continue reading Coffee Meditation: 5 Minutes to Peace and the Best At-Home Coffee You’ve Ever Had
There are a plethora of resources available to dog owners that offer the best methods of training a dog. They have commonalities and differences, but at the end of the day the methods and practices that you use are going to depend on your individual style. Some leaders in the field, such as Doggy Dan … Continue reading What’s the Best Way to Communicate with My Dog?
Last Friday was our little girl Maddie's 3rd birthday. We cannot believe that she's growing up so fast and is now legal to drink, in dog years! Being crazy dog parents, we bought banners and balloons and put on some happy birthday jams for her, and baked her a delicious Apple Peanut Butter … Continue reading 4 Ingredient Cake for your Pup