It’s so sad when our humans have to leave us at home all by ourselves. We don’t like being alone, and we just miss them so much! Because of this, lots of dogs suffer from separation anxiety, making it harder for them to be alone for long periods of time. (Click title to read more!)
For most humans, this probably seems obvious, but you when your dog goes number 2, you always need to pick it up! Molly and I have gone to so many different public places where there’s just dog poop sitting around. While I enjoy the smells, Molly says that it’s disgusting! So, how can we stop people from just leaving dog poop behind? (Click title to read more!)
Sometimes humans will refer to their dog’s coat as fur, but other times they will call it hair. Many dog lovers probably just assume that these two words are interchangeable, but they are actually two different types of coats. So, how do you know which one your dog has? (Click title to read more!)
As many of you probably noticed, my tail is pink in some of my photos! This is not an optical illusion or a photo edit, that is actually my tail. Most of you probably think this is either adorable or ridiculous, but either way, I just wanted to share some information about this new style to put any fears at ease.
When humans have to travel, it is not fair that dogs have to be left behind. We often get worried and confused when we are left with someone else to watch us. We can’t help but wonder when you’ll be coming back for us. So, if you are able to, why not bring your dog on your next flight with you? (Click title to read more!)
It’s no secret that dogs love human food. I wish Molly would give me table scraps all the time, but unfortunately, not all human foods are safe for dogs. In fact, human food in general should really only be given to dogs in moderation. (Click title to read more!)
Humans have busy lives, we understand that, but humans are also our whole lives. When you leave your home, your dog likely spends a lot of their time alone waiting for you to come back. So, of course, most dogs would love for you to be home as much as possible. (Click title to read more!)