3 Mistakes I Have Made As a Pet Parent

Pet Parent Mistakes to Avoid and Have a Happy Time With Your Pet Dog

Every day I strive to be a better pet parent to Rooney, but there have been times where I fell short on providing him with the absolute best life.   My goal today is to share with you the mistakes I made when I first became a pet parent, in hopes that my honesty will improve your pet’s life. 1. Training  When we first adopted Rooney, we did take him to a basic training course. I knew that it would help strengthen our relationship and perhaps improve our communication. I believe the early training course did just that. After 6 weeks … Continue reading

What NOT to Say to Other Pet Owners

Pet Owners and Relationship With Other Pet Parents

For those who own pets, we are on the same team. We love our furry companions and consider them a part of the family. Many pet owners can tell you just how important their furry family members mean to them with an array of stories, photos, and smiles. Pet parents can bond over their animals and share their feelings of closeness that they have with their animals, help each other with advice on pet parenting, and go on pet play dates together. On the same note of pet parenthood, it’s important to remember what not to say to other pet … Continue reading

What Does It Mean to Be a Responsible Pet Owner?

Ways to Have Fun in the Sun and Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer

With February being Responsible Pet Owner Month, it got me thinking… What does it mean to be a responsible pet owner? What does it mean to me, what does it mean to you, and finally, what does it mean in society’s eyes? Is a responsible pet owner the same thing as being a responsible parent? Today, I’m going to share some things which I think make someone a responsible pet owner. In my humble opinion, a responsible pet owner does so much more than just feed and water their pets. I think this is very similar to being the parent of … Continue reading