For years, I had taken Savannah to professional groomers and, more times than not, have left unhappy with the work. Being a poodle invited loads of excuses for shaves that ended up being too short, resulted in razor burn and more, but when I brought her home with uneven hair, it was time to draw the line. Throughout my at-home dog grooming journey, I picked up some tips that some lovely folks left online and will be sharing them with you to return the favor.
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5 Tips for Leaving Your Dog Behind When You Go On Vacation
Vacations are a way for us to relax and take a temporary leave from the struggles of everyday life. But when you have a pet or two, things become a bit more complicated. Don’t worry though, I’m here to help you combat those pre-vacation blues by providing some helpful tips on managing stress for both you and your pup.
Living with a Poodle
When it comes to living with a Poodle, I know firsthand that it can be both amazing and a struggle – all at the same time. But as any pet parent knows, the good outweighs the bad by far. Keep reading for the ins and outs of living with a Poodle.
Okay, you probably already feel like you know who Savannah is by now, but the truth is, you don’t! This post will be our first ever Featured Pets post and will be all about my baby girl. Meet Savannah – a 10-year-old Toy Poodle who wakes up every day just to love life and have fun (I think … Continue reading Meet Savannah
Benefits of Taking Your Dog for a Walk
One of my favorite ways to start the day is getting up and heading straight out the door with my dog, Savannah, for our morning walk around the block. Not only does this get out all the one’s and two’s for the first part of her day, but it also makes me feel good about beginning my day with productivity – especially when Monday rolls around (even on a day that is sharing the total solar eclipse *cue Bonnie Tyler*).
Research, Research, Research!
Our next segment (that I will be adding weekly) will include information on all types of breeds. What do they need the most (or the least)? Are they good with children? Maybe you work a lot and your new companion will spend long amounts of time by him/herself? These questions will be answered and more!