Leishmaniasis: All You Should Know – Part IV
Leishmaniasis: All You Should Know – Part IV
Introduction to the Series Important Note: I’ve done my best to keep this post informative and accurate. Be aware that I am neither a doctor, a...
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Leishmaniasis: All You Should Know – Part III
Leishmaniasis: All You Should Know – Part III
Introduction to the Series Important Note: I’ve done my best to keep this post informative and accurate. Be aware that I am neither a doctor, a...
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Leishmaniasis: All You Should Know – Part II
Leishmaniasis: All You Should Know – Part II
Introduction to the Series Important Note: I’ve done my best to keep this post informative and accurate. Be aware that I am neither a doctor,...
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Do As I Do: Using Social Learning to Train Dogs – Book Review
Do As I Do: Using Social Learning to Train Dogs – Book Review
Last week I finally ordered the book Do as I Do: Using Social Learning to Train Dogs, by Claudia Fugazza. I'd had my eyes on...
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Helping your Dog Deal with Fireworks
Helping your Dog Deal with Fireworks
Fireworks are beatiful to see, but they can be very scary for dogs, so it's important to do our best to help our four-legged friends...
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Furminator: The Best Dog Brush We’ve Tried
Furminator: The Best Dog Brush We’ve Tried
Important note: During this post, I'll talk and refer to the Furminator as a brush. However, it is marketed as a de-shedding tool. During the...
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Ideas to Keep Your Dog Entertained When You Leave Home
Ideas to Keep Your Dog Entertained When You Leave Home
Last week's post dealt with some of the basics that you need to take care of in order to avoid separation anxiety. Today's post presents...
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Leishmaniasis: All You Should Know – Part IV

Introduction to the Series Important Note: I’ve done my best to keep this post informative and accurate. Be aware that I am neither a doctor, a veterinarian, nor a biologist, and that my knowledge of biology and medicine is limited to what I learnt in high school and what I may …

Leishmaniasis: All You Should Know – Part III

Introduction to the Series Important Note: I’ve done my best to keep this post informative and accurate. Be aware that I am neither a doctor, a veterinarian, nor a biologist, and that my knowledge of biology and medicine is limited to what I learnt in high school and what I may …

Leishmaniasis: All You Should Know – Part II

Introduction to the Series Important Note: I’ve done my best to keep this post informative and accurate. Be aware that I am neither a doctor, a veterinarian, nor a biologist, and that my knowledge of biology and medicine is limited to what I learnt in high school and what I …

Leishmaniasis: All You Should Know – Part I

Introduction to the Series Important Note: I’ve done my best to keep this post informative and accurate. Be aware that I am neither a doctor, a veterinarian, nor a biologist, and that my knowledge of biology and medicine is limited to what I learnt in high school and what I …

Our Progress Towards Our New Year’s Goals

A couple of weeks ago (although it feels longer…) I wrote about our goals for the New Year. I didn’t expect to be writing about them again so soon, but since I’ve started working on them, I thought it be interesting to let you know how things are going now …

Some Tips That May Make Your Life (and Your Dog’s) Easier

I owe the idea for today’s blog post to Manel. I wasn’t feeling inspired, and he kindly suggested that I could write about tips that have made our lives easier when it comes to Nix. Of course, they may not apply to you, but you never know when they may …

Our New Year’s Resolutions

Hello everyone! Long time, no write ;)! How have you been? In the end, I decided to take a couple of weeks off after Christmas. In general, I’m not one to make New Year’s resolutions, but certain events and our current situation has made me think that it might be …

A Brief Life Update

Well, first of all, Happy Christmas Eve! You may have noticed that I missed last week’s post, and today’s post will be more of a ramble than anything else. Last week we had a friend staying over,  and I didn’t have time to write a post. I’m been running so …

8 Reasons Why You Should Not Give a Dog as a Present for Christmas

As much as I love dogs, I have believed for a while that it’s a terrible idea to get them as gifts for other people. I’ve seen adult people, who even have children, completely give up taking responsibility or really caring for their dog, and leaving the care to someone …

Doggy Excitement and Vomiting – Have We Gone Too Far?

It’s Monday, 6:02 pm. In two hours, a new post (this one) should be up in the website. Having run out of ideas (except for the Leishmaniasis article I’ve prepared that is so long that I never find the time to keep writing and polishing it), I asked Manel a …