Dog Tales

When I was asked to review the now available online program, Nailed It! A course in Canine Nail Care, I was happy to accept the assignment.  I was eager to see the latest educational project Lori had been working so...
I grew up in a house where advocating for something was very akin to confrontation. There often was not conversation about things as much as there were arguments. Any suggestion that I had come to a decision about what was...
We live in a day and age where people have more access to information than ever. With the click of a button, you can find virtually anything you need. And with the click of a button, you can make someone’s...
When I worked at Women’s Humane Society, providing treats in buckets on the dogs kennels was my favorite initiative. Having treats available when visitors walked through the kennels allowed dogs to show off their skills (like sitting quietly), but more...
There’s this dog I know. Her name is Penny. She’s a brindle, tall, muscle-y, grey muzzled pit bull. She was found in a park and brought to the shelter in September 2016. She walked right up to the front door,...
I’ve wanted to make snuffle mats for a while, but work-related projects have kept me busy and I didn’t want to fork out money for fleece, out of fear I would abandon my new personal project. So, thinking about the...
So far, we’ve been focusing our Little Bits of Good series on the shelter and rescue community, as those are fertile grounds for harvesting benevolence. There are also some remarkable professionals out there wearing white coats and stethoscopes, and we...