Monthly Archives: December 2012

Affordable Dog Toy Alternatives

Great way to use single socks and old squeaker boxes after the original dog toy is long gone.


Playing with you dog is a great bonding activity for you, your pet and even your family. Dropping by the pet shop and checking out some toys for your dog is a great idea, but these toys usually add up and can cost a lot.

You really don’t have to buy your pet the most expensive rubber bone in the shop. It’s not going to appreciate the price and would most likely just chew the toy to bits. If you want your dog to have fun with toys, here are some cheap and even free alternatives.

Affordable Dog Toy Alternatives
Old socks

If you still have the old sock that doesn’t even have a pair anymore, then give it to spot. Your dog is going to have a lot of fun with that piece of cloth, tossing, pulling and throwing it all over the place. If you have a bunch of socks, you can…

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Merry Christmas Everyone!

Dog Care in Winter

Excellent article on keeping your dog safe and healthy in the winter. Tails get cold too!


Dog care in winter is vital knowledge to have if we are going to care for our canines during the cold season. Dogs, like humans, are susceptible to a wide variety of dangers during the winter months, and their natural instincts can get them into trouble. But, following just a few simple steps, you can help make sure that your pet dog is happy throughout winter and beyond.

Read my full article on dog care in winter on



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The Yellow Dog Project

The Yellow Dog Project

I really can’t wait for this movement to catch on with the wider dog audience, and if you haven’t heard about TYDP, please check them out.

One of these days I’m doing to get a yellow bandana and use it on my dog runs.


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