Let’s be honest, traveling with pups is like traveling with a baby. You need A LOT of stuff. Or at least Chloe needs a lot of stuff. Here’s a quick packing guide to help you travel with your pup: Kibble- I count out all the scoops she needs, then add 2-3 days of extra. … Continue reading Chloe’s Travel Guide
Is it just us, or are you OVER this cold, gross weather in Nashville?! Chloe and I are itching to get outside and get some sunshine. Yesterday was the first nice day we’ve had in a while… sunny and 77 degrees… and of course I had to work. *eyeroll* But Chloe did get a … Continue reading We are OVER Sweater Weather!!
Okay… obviously leash laws are necessary. There are too many variables in big cities for people to just let their dogs run loose. Cars could come out of nowhere… other dogs could be aggressive… a squirrel could challenge your pup to a chase… anything could happen. I always have Chloe on a leash. Well, almost … Continue reading Leash Laws. Are they necessary?
Double Dogs in Sylvan Park Nashville is great about restaurants that allow pups. One of our favorites is Double Dogs in Sylvan Park. There’s a great one in Hillsboro Village as well, but we fancy west Nashville spots. Double Dogs has a great indoor/outdoor bar, so even when Chloe is there, we can watch the … Continue reading Chloe’s Top 5: Nash Edition
Okay… I’m sorry, but who else is tired of judgy dog owners?!? Why do people think it’s okay to judge the way you take care of your pup? The amount of judgement I see on dog-moms sometimes makes me scared to be a human-mom. If your pup is being fed enough food, has … Continue reading No Judgment
Until Chloe, I never thought of dogs having real emotions. Of course they have feelings, but I had never experienced such a wide range of mood changes until Chlo. Maybe it’s because Chloe is the first inside dog I’ve had. Maybe it’s because she was given up by her owners at the age of 5, … Continue reading Pups Have Feelings Too
Dandruff…. It’s a real thing—for dogs too. Chloe has been getting the little white flakes and the itchies as a result of seasonal allergies. The Benadryl helps, but I always worry about the products I put on her skin as well. For those of you that struggle with difficult doggy skin, here are the … Continue reading Scrub-a-dub-dub