(and How You Can Get Involved) Written by Guest Blogger Jordan Smith In an ideal world, every dog would have a loving owner and a warm home. Sadly, we don’t live in a perfect world, and The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals estimates that 3.3 million dogs enter shelters every year […]Continue Reading"9 Innovative Dog Rescue Programs"
Guest Post Emily Conklin – Gladwire How You Can Find the Right Dog Walker If you’re like thousands of other puppy parents, you’re finding it difficult to fit regular walks into your busy schedule. You don’t have to feel guilty about short changing your pooch when there’s probably a dog walker right in your neighborhood […]Continue Reading"How to Find the Right Dog Walker"
This is my city. This is my dog. I’m participating in Rover.com’s Tail of 20 Cities, celebrating our inquisitive (and oh-so-photogenic) canine Ringo Starr, along with our beautiful city, Santa Barbara, California. But wait, there’s more! Rover.com has recruited 19 other photographers from around the world. You can check out all of the photographs on […]Continue Reading"Celebrating Dogs, Your City, and Adventures Together"
3 Ways to Celebrate the Year of the Dog and Your Inquisitive Canine 2018 is the Year of the Dog according to the Chinese zodiac. It’s the perfect time to celebrate and appreciate your loyal companion. There are several ways to show your furry friend you care, and The Inquisitive Canine can help you think […]Continue Reading"2018 is the Year of the Dog"
Whether you just brought home a new dog, or your current canine companion is exhibiting a concerning behavior, you need to find a dog trainer you can trust. The search for a well-trained, reliable dog trainer is harder than you might think. With so many dog trainers advertising their services on open sites like Yelp, […]Continue Reading"How to Find a Dog Trainer You Can Trust With Your Pup"
Pet Safety: Staying Safe During the Holiday Season Glittery decorations, blinking lights, presents under the tree – you’ve set the perfect scene for everyone in your family – well except your pup. While you were tucked snug in your bed, your cuddly canine was going to town on your holiday decor. You wake up in […]Continue Reading"39 Holiday Pet Safety Tips – Infographic"
What is K9 Nose Work? In K9 Nose Work, dogs learn how to search for a specific odor or odors and find the source. It is a growing sport that is based on your dog’s natural instinct to hunt and sniff out prey. This fun activity will benefit your dog by building its confidence and […]Continue Reading"K9 Nose Work: One Sport Your Dog May Want to Sniff Out!"
Whether your inquisitive canine and you have been invited for a happy hour event at your neighbor’s condo, a weekend at your friend’s home, or a month-long stay at your cousin’s lake house, you want to ensure you get invited back. In the past, we’ve discussed how to help your inquisitive canine be the pawfect […]Continue Reading"How to Be the Pawfect Guest — Getting Your Dog Invited Back"
Dog Moms Deserve a Special Day with Their Furry Companions Whether you’re a mom to human children or a parent to a beloved pet, it’s all about the relationship. Mothers share a special love and bond with their babies that’s unlike any other; the care and nurturing they provide deserves to be celebrated every day, […]Continue Reading"How Dog Moms Can Celebrate Mother’s Day With Their Canine Kids"
Thinking about bringing home a new canine companion? Things to consider when adopting a dog. In honor of Adopt a Shelter Pet Day (April 30th), I thought it would be an ideal time to discuss ways to approach this life-changing decision. After all, it’s not just your own life that is impacted; it is the […]Continue Reading"Who’s Rescuing Whom? What to Think About When Adopting a Dog"