Tall, dark, and handsome isn’t every girl’s dream after all.
Some hikes start from a paved surface. For a popular hike, you may have to find parking away from the trail and walk on the asphalt to get to the trailhead. Just remember, if it’s too hot for you to walk barefoot, it’s too hot for your dog’s paw pads too. Pad burns can lead
It was April of last year when she went into 3 inch deep water to fetch her ball for the first time. Unsure and scared. It required a lot of convincing and treats. After that, I repeatedly worked with Xena last summer on her fear of water. Now she is only afraid of water if
Malibu has been our favorite place to explore during summer since I started hiking with Xena. There are several dog-friendly trails ranging from 3 to 6+ miles long. You can easily finish them in 2-3 hours with breaks. Although these trails are open all year round, I like them especially in summer due to its
Heat exhaustion or heat stroke is very dangerous for pets but sadly I see a lot of people who do not take this seriously on/off the trail. It doesn’t mean we can’t go out and enjoy the outdoors. We just need to be mindful. As pet owners, we are responsible for our pet’s well-being. During July and August, our
Does your dog love water? Warm weather is approaching. That means water activities will be surely part of your adventures. River, lake, stream, beach or even some pool time! 💦 So many options! Xena’s not quite a water dog yet but loves to, I mean L-O-V-E, to roll in things outside. My favorite collar for Xena has white fabric with black
Here is my entry for this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Roy G. Biv. Rainbow colors of food I like. This picture makes me happy.