From the beginning, my dog Zoe was potty shy. This was a big concern when traveling because she refused to go potty away from her home yard. Until I took some advice from a seasoned dog traveler!
A -New- Grey Whisker On an Old Dog
Have you heard that it’s illegal in some States to leave pets alone in cars?
Has someone ever made a casual comment that ended up changing everything for you? Suddenly all the sprockets in your brain line up and you think “Of course! That’s it!”?
That happened to me recently, and now I’m planning a dog road trip!
My sister wants to go on a tropical vacation with me to celebrate my ?0’th birthday this spring. A part of me doesn’t want to go if my dogs can’t go with us. Is that weird?
I confess. I’m a Worry Wart Dog Parent. Almost to the point of inertia.
When we’re at home I’m fine. Living alone with the dogs I can control (most) of our environment, keeping them safe.
But when we venture past the front gate, anything can happen! Because of my Worry Warts, we haven’t gotten to adventure much.
Only 1 mile from the city center of Port Angeles, WA the Peabody Creek Trail winds gently through a peaceful little patch of the Olympic National Park rainforest.
Not only is Peabody Creek Trail (leashed) pet friendly, but its usage is light (which is nice for people like me with a reactive dog.)
Cabin Fever Inspires Dog Games
It’s been raining so much lately that we got cabin fever here at the Let’s Go Dog house. So when the sun came out briefly this weekend it was clearly time to try a new game for us: the Dog Bottle Game.
I love lists, especially road trip checklists. I make packing lists, dreaming of trips we should be taking.