Pet owners are loving the positive effects of CBD on their dogs. CBD or Cannabidiol is a Cannabinoid derived from cannabis plant (also known as marijuana) that does not have the same psychoactive effects as THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol). CBD will NOT get your dog high.CBD is available for pets in both tinctures and treats.
Dogs and Pets
Animals need proper care and attention, so here is what you should know before adopting your first pet. Time to get ready to meet your new friend! So you’ve decided to add a furry little cutie to your family. Congratulations! We’re so excited for you! There are a few things you should know before adopting your first pet, though. You’re starting a new chapter of your life by taking a… Read More »What You Should Know Before Adopting Your First Pet
Feeding your horse can involve a lot of worry and wonder, so check out these must-know rules for feeding horses to understand their basic feeding needs. Growing up, I always had horses. They were part of the family and caring for them was my responsibility. But you must follow some basic rules for feeding them, so you aren’t calling the vet in the middle of the night for costly emergency… Read More »Must Know Rules for Feeding Horses
My dogs are always with me. In the house and in the garden, I always have at least one dog at my side. Sometimes I’ll find Wynter digging when the heat has warmed her up too much and she starts looking for a cool place to plant herself. Our yard and garden are built with our dogs in mind. We know that we can’t always have our eyes on them,… Read More »Tips To Easily Create A Dog Safe Garden
Have you ever considered using your crafting skills to create your pet’s collar? In this article, we’ll share the best benefits of designing your dog’s collar and how to make one for your best friend. Your dog is a valued member of your family, so why shouldn’t they have a personalized collar? Customized collars can help your furry friends express their personalities while you flex your crafting skills. It’s More… Read More »How To Craft Your Customized Dog Collar
Share on facebook Share Share on pinterest Pin Share on twitter Tweet As humans, we know that calcium is important for healthy bones. But what you might not know is that calcium is critical for a healthy diet in dogs. It is an essential mineral that many dogs get artificially in their commercial dog food. But if you are making your own dog food or feeding raw, it’s crucial that… Read More »Why Dogs Need Calcium And How To Get It
Senior dogs are a blessing and deserve to have every day feel like their best. That’s why we spend so much time trying to help dogs like our girl, Wynter, to live free from pain and as healthy as possible. Senior dogs require different care than younger dogs, which means changing their diets, tending to their bodies’ needs, and making sure they are getting the right kind of exercise. For… Read More »7 Tips For Caring For Senior Dogs
Find out how dogs help sniff the dry rot in your home. You can train your dogs to help you maintain your home and preserve its structural integrity. Dog owners already know that their canine companions are amazing. Dogs think in different ways than humans, and while you know Max isn’t quite as smart as you, dogs can do things you simply cannot. Dogs have more than 300 million olfactory… Read More »How Dogs Help Sniff the Dry Rot in Your Home
Share on facebook Share Share on pinterest Pin Share on twitter Tweet There are tons of benefits to leaving your dog with a dog boarding service! With these boarding benefits, find the best service to fit you and your pup’s needs. Dog boarding sounds like such a scary term—but it doesn’t have to be! The age of dog boarders that lock your precious puppy in a kennel all day is… Read More »The Benefits of Boarding Your Dog
Making sure your canine gets its daily walk is essential to its mental and physical health. Daily walks also give the two of you time to bond! Taking your four-legged friend out for a walk provides more than just exercise or bathroom breaks, though both are benefits of it; there are countless critical reasons to walk your dog. It allows for mental stimulation and socialization. As you and your furry friend enjoy long… Read More »Caring for Your Pet: Critical Reasons To Walk Your Dog
Our dogs are our best friends, and making homemade dog treats is how we show them what they mean to us. I love trying new recipes and seeing how much Riley and Wynter get excited to see what I’ve made for them. There are many “not so good” pet treats on the market that have ingredients that can actually make your dog sick and shorten their lives. So we only… Read More »How To Make Homemade Dog Treats
Today’s Chore: Cleaning the dog beds! If you have dogs then you know the life of living with dog hair and cleaning up after them. Our dogs, Riley and Wynter are going through their winter shed, and that means a TON of fur flying around. Every day we are vacuuming, dusting, and trying to keep the dog hair off our clothes and our bed. But we have a few simple… Read More »How To Clean The Hair And Odors Off Your Dog’s Bed
“Riley Stop Licking!” That’s one of the most common things said in our home since our dog Riley came into our lives. All dogs lick, but sometimes the licking can actually mean something else is underlying and needs attention. Wynter, our older dog, is more catlike in her grooming. Her fur is easy to lick clean and she’s doesn’t require a lot of grooming needs like our other dog, Riley. … Read More »Reasons Dogs Lick Excessively And Tips To Help Stop It
This week we had the pleasure of trying out a fantastic dog subscription box by WagWell. For those of you who are new to subscription boxes, they are monthly delivered boxes full of treats and surprises. For our FurKids, we are very picky about what we give them. Our friends at WagWell sent us their recent organic pet subscription box to see if our picky pets would turn their noses… Read More »Riley and Wynter Test Out A WagWell Subscription Box
Summer is almost here, and many of us are venturing out to get some fresh air with our dogs. But did you know that dogs can get Lyme disease just like people? That’s why good tick protection is a must for your dogs too. Fleas, ticks, and mosquitos are awful for our dogs. Here are a few tips to keep them bug-free this summer! Keep Them Clean The best way… Read More »Keeping Your Dog Safe from Lyme Disease and Ticks
For the last ten years, my best friend has stood by my side through thick and thin. She stayed close while I grieved the losses, licked my face when I attempted to do yoga, and traveled around the country with me. Now she’s getting older, I have been looking to help make sure her golden years are pain-free. Since starting Wynter on CBD we have seen her health improve dramatically. … Read More »Wynter’s Review: Joy Organics CBD Dog Treats
CBD has potent anti-bacterial properties to fight germs. Cannabidiol (or CBD) gets down deep into the gums and kills the bacteria and prevents infection. It also reduces inflammation and helps to heal the gums. CBD can also boost your dog’s immune system so their bodies can fight off other illnesses.
(This post includes affiliate links. Should you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you.) The Pacific Northwest is one of the most dog friendly places in the United States. From beautiful off-leash dog parks to the hundreds of acres of trails, beaches, and city walks, dogs are a common site in the Pacific Northwest. I love traveling… Read More »It’s a Dog’s Life In the Pacific Northwest – dog friendly travel ideas
(This post includes affiliate links. Should you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you.) CBD for dogs can be lifesaving. But beware, just like chocolate, dogs can get very sick from THC ingestion! Dogs have abundant receptors in their brains, dogs have the highest concentration of these receptors, particularly in areas related to coordination. They also have… Read More »Warning For Dog Lovers: NO THC Products!
I love traveling on exciting expeditions with my service dog, Wynter. While we have done road trips from the East coast to the west, extended day trips, and overnights. But until recently, Wynter and I have never had the chance to fly together. I often fly with my husband and daughter, choosing to leave my service dog home on her own vacation away from the stress of air travel. But this… Read More »Flying with Service Dogs
Not sure if it was mitzvah or madness, but I stopped today on my way back to the hotel and had a lovely conversation with a homeless woman and her dog, Hummmus. ( Yes, that’s how she wants to spell it )