Friday Reads: 44 Scotland Street, a Scottish Delight!

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I discovered the 44 Scotland Street series while listening to Confessions of A Serial Novelist by Alexander McCall Smith, an obscure audio offering in the OneClickdigital App. I downloaded it because I had read The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency some years earlier … Read More

Tips for Holiday Travel with Pets

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With the holidays coming up, many of you will be traveling over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house. Pet lovers may be taking their precious pups and furry felines on the road with them, perhaps for the first time. … Read More

Woof Trekking Dispatch #12: Madera Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, September 2016

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A couple weeks ago, we decided to go on a spontaneous Woof Trek. We hadn’t gone Woof Trekking for several months and everyone was ready to hit the road. We hopped in the car and traveled across the valley to Madera Canyon. Madera Canyon … Read More

Friday Reads: Review of Lessons from Tara

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A couple months ago, we wrote a review of Dogtripping by David Rosenfelt. It told the story of his cross-country move from California to Maine with 25 dogs, 3 RVs, and 11 volunteers. Lessons from Tara is a follow up to Dogtripping. There is … Read More

Zodiac Gift Guide: Very Virgo

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People born between August 23 and September 22 are Virgos. Virgos are a practical bunch and they are very detail oriented. Organized Intellectuals Kindle Oasis Most Virgos are bookworms and the newest Kindle would be an excellent choice for the … Read More

Raw Beef Shank Marrow Bones as Dental Chews for Dogs

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In our post earlier this month, Izzy and Nana’s Favorite Homemade Dog Food, we mentioned that we give our dogs raw beef shank marrow bones to supplement their diet. Our vet suggested we give them bones to help clean their … Read More

Our Experience with Chiropractic and Acupressure Treatments for Dogs

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Earlier this year, we made the decision to change vets. The primary reason being Nana’s back. Our previous vet had taken x-rays and speculated a lot about why she was having stiffness and occasional limping. But offering only conventional services, the treatment offered … Read More

Happy 100th Birthday National Park Service + Another “Woof Trekking” Excerpt

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Today marks 100 years since the National Park Service was established. On August 25, 1916, the National Park Service Organic Act was passed and signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson. As of right now, there are 59 National Parks, you can see the … Read More

Woof Trekking Dispatch #6: Goodbye San Fran, Hello Sunflower Fields and Dozing Dogs (July 2012)

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Last week, we showcased our time at Fisherman’s Wharf. Today, we will travel further north all the way up to Oregon! After the Wharf, we drove over to Chinatown for dinner. We ended up at R&G Lounge and were led downstairs to a … Read More

Izzy and Nana’s Favorite Homemade Dog Food: Chicken, Veggies and Sweet Potato

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Last Friday, we told you about the food that the dogs eat on Woof Treks. Namely: Taste of the Wild and Wellness Chicken Stew. They also eat canned green beans when we are on the road. They started this diet in … Read More

Woof Trekking Packing Checklist: Dog Basics

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Happy Friday, everyone! For today’s post, we wanted to give you an in-depth look at what we bring with us on our Woof Treks. We will be focusing on the first section of the packing checklist: Dog Basics. You can find … Read More

Woof Trekking Hotel Safety: Who’s Hiding Under the Bed?

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Today’s post is an adaptation of a chapter from our new book, Woof Trekking. Most hotels put their beds on metal boxes so nothing can go under the bed. For the most part they work, except occasionally at the head … Read More

Woof Trekking: Rest Stops, Apps, and a $14.5 Million Price Tag

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Today’s post is an adaptation of a chapter from our new book, Woof Trekking. When Woof Trekkking, some people can drive for hours and hours without stopping to use the restroom. These people must have bladders of steel. Our family … Read More

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