Dog with prepared food and other emergency items

Pet Emergency Preparedness

We can hardly believe that it has been just over a year since the unfortunate gas explosions and subsequent evacuations in Andover, North Andover and Lawrence. We will hopefully never have to experience something like that again. However, as we approach winter, there is always a threat of a winter Read More

Coyote standing in the snow

Coyotes and Dogs: What You Should Know

Coyotes are a common predator in New England. You may hear them at night or even spot them during the day. The problem is, there is a lot of misinformation about coyotes, their habits, and what they can or can’t do that may harm your dogs or pets.

Big City, Good Dogs

I recently enjoyed my second trip to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City this month. And though much of my time is spent at the show itself, my husband and I also make a point to enjoy the city a bit as well. And it’s a Read More

4 Years, 14 Lessons

Once upon a time there was a girl who ran a dog walking and training business, and in her spare time she would blog, sharing valuable information about how to raise a happy, healthy dog. And then one day she became way too busy with her business, leaving her with Read More

It’s All About the Energy!

Well hello there! It’s been quite a while since I’ve been able to write. I’d like to say it’s because I’ve been lounging on the beach all summer long with a margarita in my hand, but that’s not quite the case. I’ve been busy spending my summer days with dogs Read More

Kim & Chris Palermo

The Dog Lover Theory

Throughout the summer my hubby, dogs, and I are fortunate to be able to enjoy many weekends in Kennebunk, Maine, thanks to my in-laws. They own a denture business, whose office sits below a comfortable condo that often becomes our weekend home. The fortunate thing about staying above a denturist’s Read More