Sienna is perfect. She came that way. Doesn’t pull on the leash, only stops occasionally to sniff, keeps up a nice steady pace alongside me as we walk. Sophie, on the other hand…well it’s pretty much like this:
Sienna is a very fluffy dog. In fact, I’m thinking of writing a children’s book about her. It will be called “Too Fluffy” and she will have several misadventures in which she tries to do things but can’t because she… Continue Reading
Dog Walking Diary: May 20, 2016 The border collies down the street are really amusing. The pair of them is always patrolling their property. I call them Thing One and Thing Two. Thing One is very sociable, he knows us… Continue Reading
So there I was, chasing a fly around the kitchen with the electric fly swatter. “You know what we need in here?” I say to the dogs, who are hiding under the table. “Some frogs.” Really, I should know better… Continue Reading
These architectural doghouses are simply amazing! I might be inspired to do a DIY version…or maybe an Ikea hack DIY version. Doghouses Worth a Wag: Report From Barkitecture 2011 Houzz– Kitchen Remodel, Bathroom Remodel and More» Browse Outdoor Products on… Continue Reading
Flea season is almost upon us, and while I have plenty of horror stories about that, this post is about a different kind of bug. A bug that is present pretty much everywhere, but is only whispered about in polite… Continue Reading
Originally published circa 2012, before the blog crashed and then had a facelift. Today I thought I’d start teaching Sienna articles, or the scent discrimination exercise from AKC’s Utility class. Denise Fenzi has a great video that shows her method,… Continue Reading
My parents just got a DNA test done on their new dog. I’ve been itching to get one of these for Sienna ever since I got her seven years ago, and the results from Sophie’s test have only increased my… Continue Reading
#reasonsmydogissulking I gave her a bath.
#reasonsmydogissulking I moved her bed.