The summer season is here with that comes Hot Spots one of dogs worse enemy. Last summer Miya got a very bad Hot Spot on her neck. This year we are hoping to prevent that from happening again,
Life With Your Dog
Adolescence starts the unpredictable time. Adulthood comes after that. Now your dog is much more eager and self-assured. This is a wonderful time where your dog knows you and you know your dog. Here we will explore topics on every day enjoyment and fulfillment with your 4 legged family members!
Here is our latest in our dog product reviews: Rogz™ Dog Collars
As part of the Lil’WOOF Summer Reading Program, we are reviewing dogs and kids books. Our first featured author is Ed Payne and his series of the The Daily Rounds of a Hound.
Meet our newest sponsored doggie care service provider the Suburban Dog! They provide dog sitting and walking services in Oakville and Mississauga area.
Now that your vacation is planned you want to make sure you pick the best place for pet boarding your pup!
The “No Hot Pets” campaign, by Ontario SPCA, aims to remind pet owners of the dangers of leaving pets unattended in a vehicle during the hot summer months.
Here is our latest in our dog product reviews: The days of your dog pulling you on your walks are over with the Pull-eze™.
Garter snakes are very common all over North America. Since they are found in our backyard, forests and parks, your dog will eventually come across one. If your dog is anything like our Meesha you can bet on your pup testing the grounds and investigating this new found creature.
The signs of spring are everywhere. Garden toads and frogs are part of our garden. Little Meesha decides to investigate what this little creature is. However what we learned was that dogs and toads do not go well.
If your dogs are anything like mine there really is no way to keep Miya and Meesha mud-free unless they stay indoors all through spring. Since that is not an option, welcome to spring and muddy paws.