Summer tends to be the season of travel. Kids are off from school, many corporate industries slow down and the weather is nice in a majority of the country. As all of my vacations include Wynston, it’s becoming mainstream for families to include their dogs in travel plans. Summertime offers potential weather risks that may not exist other times of the year, such as overheating, monsoons or terrible humidity. Consider these summertime travel tips for pet parents if you’re hitting the road or skies with your pup this season.
The May Appreciate the Moments photo challenge is great for me because, well, I’m a dog MOM! This month I’m using our theme of “mother” to celebrate my relationship with Wynston. I think the photo I chose appropriately describes our bond.
Dog moms are moms, too! This Mother’s Day, celebrate the beautiful dog mom in your life with an extra special gift. I’ve put together a guide full of items that I personally recommend, and think other pet parents would love 🙂 And if you’re a dog mom, treat yo’self to this list!
Although Earth Day is officially “scheduled” for April 22, I believe that we should celebrate and appreciate our beautiful planet everyday. Our Earth is overpopulated and we’re running out of resources.
Everyone can help the desperate state of this place we call home, including pet parents. The way we care for our pets and the activities we participate in can be more sustainable. Since we are blessed to be seeing yet another Earth Day, here are some ways you can celebrate it, and play your part in its preservation.
Apartment living with a dog can be an extremely enjoyable lifestyle. However, it can also be stressful if you aren’t prepared, or don’t have the experience. Here for nine tips for apartment living with dogs!