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  • Halloween Pets Score Toys & Apparel

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    Monday September 22nd, 2014 at 09:00 AM

    Square_140_viking_tannerby Carrie Boyko, CEB AllThingsDogBlog.com Viking Tanner Doesn't Look Too Tough!Wow! We're really impressed with the enthusiasm for our Halloween giveaway by our readers. It would appear that your pups will be dressed to the max this year. After thoroughly inventorying all the loot, I'm happy to announce I'll actually be giving away 10 prizes, rather than the 8 I earlier announced. Woo hoo! Let's get to the naming of these winners so we can ship prizes pronto. I've gone through the tedious...
  • Announcing the #MyHappyDog Twitter Party!

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Monday September 22nd, 2014 at 08:00 AM

    Square_140_twitterchat-8.15.14by Carrie Boyko It's time for another Event Barkers Twitter party! Along with DogTipper and To Dog With Love, we'll be hosting another fun-filled, fast-moving party for a new brand of premium dog treats: Look Who's Happy! We love family businesses and this one, created by brothers Jeff and Tommy Gay, certainly makes us happy. Based in Gainesville, Georgia (the poultry capital of the world), Look Who's Happy! makes a wide variety of treats in two product lines Fetchn Fillets and Temptn...
  • #Doga Fun With Warrior I and II

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Friday September 19th, 2014 at 09:00 PM

    by Carrie Boyko, CEB Warrior I and II are great poses that work many muscles, while also challenging your balance. As you get comfortable with the balance, adding your toy-sized dog to your front leg increases the challenge, helping you get more out of your workout, all while you enjoy a nice cuddle. If the balance is coming hard for you, don't stress out over it. Try these tips: Making sure your back foot is turned out, also put emphasis on practicing balancing your weight between the front...
  • Fido's Freebie Friday Giveaways for Pets

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Thursday September 18th, 2014 at 07:00 AM

    Square_140_pby Carrie Boyko, CEB Buffer The gang and I have had quite an adventure RVing the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, visiting Washington, DC, and trekking home via other stops. We're learning a lot about our new travel method and finding it to be greener and more budget-savvy than we ever thought possible. I've posted some tips for those of you hoping to hit the Blue Ridge Parkway with your dogs to enjoy the Fall colors. Watch for more articles to come about our experiences. Now let's get...
  • Tips: Dogs Doing the Blue Ridge

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Monday September 15th, 2014 at 07:00 AM

    Square_140_linville_fallsby Carrie Boyko, CEB (c) All Things Dog Blog Linville Falls is a Short 3-Mile Hike The All Things Dog Blog crew is fresh off a road trip along the Blue Ridge Parkway from end to end, just before the rush of visitors arrive for the Autumn colors. If you plan to head there for Fall fun, here are a few things we think you'll want to know: Yes, your dog is welcome on the Blue Ridge Parkway, while kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet long. Don't forget the poop bags :) Just because the pullover...
  • Fido Helps With Forward Fold

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Saturday September 13th, 2014 at 07:00 AM

    by Carrie Boyko, CEB Forward Fold is not one of my favorite poses, but it IS very important to moving forward in your yoga workouts. Rather than making a complete fold your goal, I recommend using some of last week's #doga tips, adding a chair or the help of a larger dog, to ease yourself down over many days or weeks of practice. You may even try placing your hands on your knees after step 3 shown above. Since Forward Fold is one of those poses that may take a longer period of time for many...
  • Hitting the Road on #FidosFreebieFriday

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Thursday September 11th, 2014 at 07:00 AM

    by Carrie Boyko, CEB The All Things Dog Blog gang is on the road again, off to visit our boys in DC and Richmond. The RV is humming along I-75 as I write, and Oliver is napping peacefully after a walk in a cute little North Florida community. Meanwhile, Tanner opted for some quality time with his girl, choosing to hang with her at med school while we scout out Virginia and DC. Ahhh....choices are so nice. Maybe next trip we'll switch the boys up? Now let's get to today's Fido's Freebie...
  • Using Your Dog's Name in Training

    from All Things Dog Blog

    Monday September 8th, 2014 at 08:00 AM

    Square_140_kevin_dugganGuest post byKevin Duggan, CPDT-KA Used with permission, Kevin Duggan One of the very first things you do when you get a new dog is pick out a name. Sometimes the name is chosen due to one of the attributes of the dog, while other times it just something fun or easy to say. From then on out, that is what the dog is referred to as. Where Im going with this is, a dogs name can be used for so much more than just a name. A dogs name can also be used as a cue for the dog to look at you. To train...
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