I consider myself to be a grateful person. I practice gratitude everyday, and I’m incredibly thankful for everything I’ve been blessed with. Now that we’ve hit November, Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and I want to share something I’m especially grateful for this year – and that’s YOU! My five year blog anniversary is in December, but I decided to celebrate a little early with a November Gratitude Basket Giveaway. I’m giving away a dog toy box full of pet products worth $175 to one lucky winner! This is my way of saying ‘thank you’ for sticking with Wynston and I through this journey.
Halloween can potentially be a very dangerous holiday for pets. Between chocolate candies, constant doorbell ringing and satanic rituals with pit bulls and black cats, it’s important that we know how to protect our pets during the Halloween season.
Both cats and dogs can be affected by the traditions of this spooky day, and I’ve put together a valuable list of Halloween safety tips for pets that you’ll want to consider this year and moving forward.
Learn tricks, win treats. Have fun, get sweets! Welcome to the 2018 Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop!
An important part of any outdoor adventure is snacks! But I mean, let’s be honest, snacks are necessary in general 😉 However, if you’re hitting the water with your pup for some kayaking, it’s a good idea to be prepared with delicious treats. I prefer to pack snacks that I can share with Wynston, that way I’m saving space and bringing less onto my boat. If you’re going to be out on the water for more than an hour or so, I’d suggest making sure your tummy stays full and you stay hydrated. Here’s a list of my favorite snacks to share with your dog while kayaking.
I hate fall, spring and winter break around my neighborhood. Our midday, peaceful walks become an attempt to escape the parade of children following us screaming “OH DOGGY! CAN I PET YOUR DOG?! OMG IT’S A PUPPY!” My mindfulness transforms into anxiety, as I end up repeating myself 18 times with, “No, he doesn’t like being pet.” That statement, in my brain, translates to, “No, because he doesn’t like children, so please go away and leave us alone.”