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Published on December 20, 2021 in Life and love and Communication

what does your dog hope for in 2022?

Have you thought about what your dog might hope for in 2022? I bet you that top of the list would be more time with you.

Published on December 13, 2021 in Life and love and Communication

Thoughts for the New Year

So what awaits us all in 2022? I don’t usually make New Year resolutions, but I do try to have New Year hopes. Here are a few on my list.

Published on December 6, 2021 in Health and Communication

You, your dog, and your vet – a triangle of trust

The relationships between you and your vet, your dog and your vet, and your dog and you are some of the most important relationships in your dog’s life.

Published on November 29, 2021 in Pet loss

The long goodbye

No dog ever lives long enough for the humans in his/her life. What my dog Gunny articulated was that it is also very hard for dogs to leave their family.

Published on November 22, 2021 in Health and Communication

A tale of tails

A dog’s tail has many purposes and transmits a lot of information to other dogs and people. So “bone” up on your tail knowledge!

Published on November 15, 2021 in Life and love

I spent the day with hundreds of greyhounds

I spent the day with hundreds of greyhounds. Why? Read on.

Published on November 8, 2021 in Health

How do you make medical decisions for your dog?

Faced with several options, how do you make the decision that is right for your dog? Here are some things that I consider when having to make medical decisions.

Published on November 1, 2021 in Life and love

Do you have the perfect dog for you?

Do you ever think about how the fates brought you the particular dog that you have? Do you think you’d love some other dog as much?

Published on October 25, 2021 in Health

My dog was just diagnosed with cancer. What do I do now?

The awful news confronts us with their mortality, and sometimes our own. But once you are empowered with a diagnosis, you can help your dog feel better.