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  1. So, where are you going with your dog?

    By Linda Steenrod June 1st, 2013 8 Comments

    “When the Man waked up he said, ‘What is Wild Dog doing here?’ And the Woman said, ‘His name is not Wild Dog anymore, but the First Friend, because he will be our friend for always and always.’ ” Rudyard Kipling Well here we are and it’s June already! The weather has seemed colder than […]

  2. Good Sense and Good Senses – Part 3 on A Dog’s Senses!

    By Linda Steenrod May 1st, 2013 44 Comments

    This month we are going to sniff out some information about a dog’s sense of smell!

  3. Good Sense and Good Senses

    By Linda Steenrod April 1st, 2013 Comments Off on Good Sense and Good Senses

    So be careful how you speak to your dog, since they are great interpreters, and be careful what you say since they can hear much more than you think!

  4. Good Sense?

    By Linda Steenrod March 1st, 2013 183 Comments

    Dogs, or rather canine, senses are all very similar to human senses and, at the same time, very different!

  5. Getting ready for your vacation in Cape May…with a dog

    By Linda Steenrod February 1st, 2013 8 Comments

    When you plan to vacation with your dog, which is such a fun experience for both you and your dog, do your homework.

  6. The Language of our Dogs – Communication and Signs!

    By Linda Steenrod January 1st, 2013 1 Comment

    We can learn to read them and to understand what dogs tell us with a little studying, thought, and observation.

  7. Growing and Training With Love! –Part Two

    By Linda Steenrod December 1st, 2012 Comments Off on Growing and Training With Love! –Part Two

    One of the most loving things you can do for your new puppy/dog is to learn about crate training.

  8. Growing and Training With Love!

    By Linda Steenrod November 12th, 2012 184 Comments

    After choosing your new puppy/dog, you want to infuse all the love you can into growing, training, and adjusting to the family as a full fledged happy member.

  9. HALLOWEEN UPDATE: ISLAND TRICK-OR-TREAT RESCHEDULED

    By Linda Steenrod October 28th, 2012 5 Comments

    Trick-or-treat for Cape May, West Cape May and Cape May Point will be Saturday, Nov. 3 from 5 to 7 p.m.

  10. Research + Planning = Doggy Success!

    By Linda Steenrod September 1st, 2012 22 Comments

    Getting a dog requires commitment, work, and planning to do it right for both you and the dog.

  11. Attention! To Safety First! Seriously.

    By Linda Steenrod August 1st, 2012 303 Comments

    When you take your dog to the beach, and you know your dog better than anyone, be attentive!

  12. Beat the Heat!

    By Linda Steenrod July 17th, 2012 2 Comments

    Linda shares ways to beat the heat with your dogs, including her recipe for Cool Cubes.

  13. Good Dog!

    By Linda Steenrod June 1st, 2012 167 Comments

    We dog lovers know that love and loyalty are two of the strong bonds developed by dog and person.

  14. Following Your Dog

    By Linda Steenrod May 1st, 2012 9 Comments

    Your dogs will be happier and healthier traveling if you take appropriate safeguards in advance of your trip.

  15. Fun For Everyone at the Cape May Dog Park

    By Linda Steenrod April 1st, 2012 11 Comments

    You can visit the dog friendly beaches, which are just a short drive away, but you can also visit the Cape May Dog Park, which is right in town!

  16. A dog friendly stay in Cape May that’s also people friendly

    By Linda Steenrod March 1st, 2012 315 Comments

    When heading to Cape May for a great and dog-friendly vacation there are plenty of places to stay – as long as you plan in advance.

  17. Roadtripping with your dog

    By Linda Steenrod February 1st, 2012 6 Comments

    Howl-a-lujah! We’re going on a Road Trip. Points for “doggie safety” when traveling.

  18. Things to do in Cape May with Your Dog

    By Linda Steenrod January 1st, 2012 203 Comments

    Here are a few of my favorite activities for you and your dog(s) to enjoy in Cape May, and some people/doggie etiquette reminders so we can all enjoy these activities together now and later.

  19. Pet Boarding, Pet Sitting, and More

    By Linda Steenrod December 1st, 2011 177 Comments

    When you are visiting Cape May for the day, or if you are traveling to Cape May for a visit of several days, but cannot find a dog-friendly accommodation (more on dog friendly accommodations in a month or two!) there are several doggie day cares, pet sitters, doggie boarders, and kennels in the area; and […]

  20. ‘Tis The Season!

    By Linda Steenrod November 1st, 2011 1 Comment

    As the holidays near, we all think of how we can help to bring some joy, comfort, peace, and pleasure to others.

  21. It’s Howl-o-Ween!! Give Your Dogs a Paw-ty

    By Linda Steenrod October 1st, 2011 Comments Off on It’s Howl-o-Ween!! Give Your Dogs a Paw-ty

    A doggie howl-o-ween paw-ty can be so much fun for you and your dog(s) as long as you plan ahead and plan for safety.

  22. Stay with me! STAY!

    By Linda Steenrod September 1st, 2011 Comments Off on Stay with me! STAY!

    This month’s good read recommendation: Emily and Einstein by Linda Francis Lee It may be September, and we may be putting up the fall decorations of pumpkins, goblins, and turkeys, but believe me when I tell you that there is still a lot of great beach time left for you to share with your dog(s)! The […]

  23. Owner Etiquette

    By Linda Steenrod August 1st, 2011 156 Comments

    If you’re like us – and most dog owners – you love having your dogs with you wherever you go. An important element of sharing your fun, activities, and vacation with your dogs is remembering your manners!

  24. Keeping Your Pet Safe From Toxins, Part 2

    By Linda Steenrod July 1st, 2011 10 Comments

    Last month we talked about several things that are toxic to pets. A rather newly discovered animal toxin is xylitol, an additive to sugarless gums and candies. Xylitol is a crystalline sugar alcohol that is used as a sugar substitute sweetener, the use of which has increased rapidly over the past few years. Xylitol is […]

  25. Keeping Your Pet Safe from Toxins!

    By Linda Steenrod June 1st, 2011 1 Comment

    There are many toxins that your pet can be exposed to truly by accident, many that are not toxic to us but which are to animals.

  26. What to Pack?

    By Linda Steenrod May 1st, 2011 313 Comments

    Text by Linda Steenrod & Dr. Robert Moffatt V.M.D. That’s the question we all ask ourselves when going on vacation! What will the weather be? Should I take only casual or something dressy as well? On and on. Well, when traveling with your dog(s), you need to ask the same question on what to pack […]

  27. The excited, happy, four-legged greeter – and what to do about it!

    By Linda Steenrod April 1st, 2011 168 Comments

    Do you, like I, have a dog that jumps as part of their greeting? Some friends are tolerant, but I want my friends to feel welcome without the overly enthusiastic greeting.