Hello!Last week I overheard Deb telling someone that this “shelter-at-home” was right up my alley. I hate to admit it, but she’s right. Some of you who have heard [ CLICK to Read More ]
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This week it's officially spring! Or as we call it at our house, "Mud Season." I know there's alot of anxiety about COVID-19. Flights banned, major events canceled, [ CLICK to Read More ]
February is almost over. How is that possible? I hope this new year is off to a great start for you and your family. I know spring is [ CLICK to Read More ]
6 Summer Tips to Keep Your Dog Safe and Cool Our "pack" took a road trip recently. The asphalt was so hot in places that we carried each dog [ CLICK to Read More ]
I started signing Christmas cards early—before Thanksgiving! It's a tradition that began with a few hundred cards to readers and this year, we crossed the 6,000 mark! I [ CLICK to Read More ]
I love the crisp, cool temp of fall. The crunch of leaves, harvest moons and, of course, college football AND volleyball (GO HUSKERS!!!). The pack enjoys the cooler [ CLICK to Read More ]
I can’t believe summer is almost over! Labor Day weekend is traditionally the last hoorah. I hope you’re doing something fun and relaxing. It’s also one of the [ CLICK to Read More ]
FEELING STRESSED? READ A BOOK. Of course we all know reading is good for us, but did you know reading a book can reduce stress more quickly than drinking [ CLICK to Read More ]
Does a dry nose mean a dog is sick? Dogs depend on their sense of smell and a wet nose works better. The lining of your dog’s nose contains [ CLICK to Read More ]
Dogs love all the smells that go into making the Thanksgiving dinner. Here are some tips to share the celebratory meal without ending up with a sick dog. Skinless, [ CLICK to Read More ]