Category: Dog Stuff

Day 11 Still Going

Aloha all! After a long, hot walk into town to get some groceries, Niele still wasn’t tired and jumped right in the water again. At least we know he’s not overheating. This might be the solution to doggie boredom for the next few days. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube For more travel fun…
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Zoom Zoom Zoey!

Our little Zoey, whom we adopted last year, is quite a character. When we adopted her she weighed twice her current 10.1 kg and could barely move. But slowly, we helped her get in shape and now she has many days like this. And this is after an one hour long walk. Go Zoey! If…
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Pug Breakfast…Yum!

So this is kind of a normal morning for us even though it’s Day 5 of our quarantine hear in Ecuador. We thought we’d show you what the dogs eat since we’ve seen a lot of different communication about feeding pugs. Our two pugs both have hip problems. Niele has pretty severe hip dysplasia and…
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Drug Addicts

No worries everyone, it’s just an NSAID for dogs…with beef flavoring…yummy!

Snooze Time

A quick after -breakfast snooze before our promised park expedition.

Tips for Young People Traveling with a Dog

Written by Cindy Aldridge of ourdogfriends.org Travel is a wonderful way to learn about the world, meet new people, and experience diverse cultures. Globetrotting has even been shown to be good for mental health, as it reduces stress, promotes life satisfaction, enhances creativity, and makes people more mentally resilient (Nazish, 2018). Travel can be especially…
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12 Misconceptions About Service Dogs and Those Who Use Them

by Kaelynn Partlow, August 2019 from The Bark Today, as dogs are being trained to assist with an increasingly wide range of conditions, more individuals are incorporating a four-legged helper into their lives. That said, there are still many misconceptions surrounding service dogs, including who can have them and what they do. Here are 12…
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