Wynston and I travel a lot, and it’s rare that we take a completely flawless trip. Granted, I’ve learned how to adapt to any sort of change in our travel plans, so I’ve become a pro at improvising. However, it can be stressful when something doesn’t go as planned. Whether your flight gets cancelled, it’s raining at a destination where you planned to partake in outdoor activities, or your dog has a medical emergency, I have tips (all from experience) on how to handle the situation.
You got a new dog from a breeder. You are posting photos all over Facebook. That’s nice – I’m not happy for you.
If you’re happy, cool. You are having a kid? I don’t like kids but I’ll be happy for you! Moving to New Jersey? That sounds terrible but I’ll be happy for you! But you bought a new dog from a breeder, and I just refuse to get behind it. I cannot possibly bring myself to be happy that you bought a dog from a breeder. I just can’t.
As you all know, Wynston and I are always on the go. Whether we’re traversing the roads for another adventure or hitting up a local restaurant with friends, we’re constantly out and about. While exploring is fun and outings are a blast, Wynston is always at risk for fleas and ticks like every other dog. It’s my responsibility as a dog mom to make sure Wynston is protected at all times. It’s especially important that I prevent parasites since we travel so frequently. I don’t want to risk him having to deal with fleas and ticks, or spreading them elsewhere.
Last year I discovered PetArmor® Plus, and now it’s our go-to flea and tick treatment and preventative! Thankfully Wynston has never battled fleas or ticks, but I take measures to ensure he stays healthy and safe. PetArmor Plus is the best way to keep your dogs (and cats) protected from pests year round. Allow me to share more detail about why I choose PetArmor Plus for my rescue animals, and I even have a $4 off coupon for you!
You guys. I have so much to talk about. Write about. Share. Like, I don’t even know where to start. Our trip to Utah and Wyoming was supposed to include a visit to Idaho, but it ended up being such a bizarre experience that we didn’t make it there.
Bizarre. Yes, that’s a good word for this trip.
This is gonna be a long one, folks, but I hope you enjoy the craziness as much as I did 😉
When you’re ready to add a new dog to your family, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is where your new family addition is going to come from. But before you start looking at local breeders, spare a thought for the thousands of puppies and adult dogs waiting in shelters to be adopted. Once you start looking into what really goes on in dog breeding operations, it becomes hard to overlook the benefits of giving a shelter dog a second chance at a happy life. Read on for five reasons why rescuing a dog is way better than buying one.