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  • Fall is fun

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Wednesday November 12th, 2014 at 07:50 AM

    Frost on the car windows and various colored leaves on the trees thats right, we finally made it back to Idyllwild and stayed at the Strawberry Creeks pet friendly Bunkhouse. Weve never been there before and not stayed in Idyllwild during Fall. The air was cool, crisp and fresh and our cabin was red-flanneled log cabin cozy with a small kitchenette and patio. Every morning, there was a knock on the door and a basket filled with yummy scones, apple juice and multi-grain oatmeal was my...

  • Beach baby bungalows

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Wednesday October 1st, 2014 at 01:18 PM


    Beach Bungalow Inn Morro Bay

    Sixreasons your dogs haircut costs more than yours!

    1. Your hairdresser only cuts the top of your head, not your whole body.

    2. Your haircut doesnt include a pedicure.

    3. You dont wiggle, spin, or try to jump out of your hairdressers chair.

    4. Youdontgo forfour weeks without washing or brushing your hair.

    5. Youdonttry to bite the scissors, brush or the groomer.

    6. Your hairdresserdoesntgive you a bath.

    Pamper your Pooch Morro Bay Style!

    Pamper your Pooch Mobile Grooming...

  • Carmel edge

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Friday September 19th, 2014 at 08:47 AM


    When you travel with your dog, you can hardly go wrong if you visit Carmel, a truly dog friendly place with dogs everywhere, miles of sandy dog friendly beach and lots of dog friendly stores and activities. Carmel has the edge that doggies love.

    A wonderful place to stay right in Carmel are theEdgemere Cottages, a block from the beach.

    take Hwy. 1 to the Ocean Av. exit turning towards Carmel. Go down the hill, through town and continue on to the bottom of the steep hill. There you will see a...

  • Foster a Dog

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Wednesday September 3rd, 2014 at 06:02 AM


    Fostering is one piece of the NO Kill equation

    We all grew up believing that if you worked at a humane society or an SPCA, it was because you loved animals. And we were also told that the killing was a necessary evil and that nobody wanted to do it. And they wouldnt do it if there was any sort of alternative But then when the San Francisco SPCA created an alternative model and showed them that, indeed it wasnt a necessary evil, it was just evil and we could end it, [the sheltering...

  • Doggie Day books

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Thursday August 28th, 2014 at 10:03 AM


    This week was National Dog Day, ok, we missed it by a day or two well, here are three VERY different doggie books that you just HAVE TO READ if you love doggies and you might just pick up a few for your fellow doggie friends for the holidays (which are going to be here sooner than your dog can chew up a dog bone).

    The exciting and funny / hilarious new Chet and Bernie book, Paw and Order, which youve been waiting with doggie breath to come out so you can read it. Now you can.

    Harry Truman once...

  • Blog hop WW: silly dog

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Wednesday August 20th, 2014 at 04:29 AM


    well, practically wordless Wednesday for me and her royal silliness

    Blog Paws

  • Love, Hope and Forgiveness

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Tuesday August 19th, 2014 at 09:55 AM

    Square_140_10432978_10202421960093538_3033797204226093029_n Heroes Come in Different Species An Abused Pit Bull and Human Survivor Share Hope and Healing

    Some people see a pit bull and go running for the hills fearing that they will be maimed due to the sensationalizing of(and often untrue) pit bull attack stories overreported by the media. Then there are dog lovers and advocates who see a dog just like any other dog. Donna Lawrence is one of the latter. Yes, even after she WAS attacked by a pit bull.

    A recent survey of people who admitted to having...

  • Got Squeaks?

    from Travel, She Wrote

    Friday August 15th, 2014 at 08:36 AM


    wow, this was a very difficult box to open but once we did, Cici and I were beyond words excited and delighted, woof woof woof

    we have received and reviewed a few of these monthly boxes and liked them. But this one has the MOST goodies of them all !!! Plus, you can customize the boxes. And subscriptions start at $32/mo and go up to $61 depending on how many pets in your PawPack and how many months you commit to upfront.

    Cicihas been chewing on an old slipper that is threads basically, not much...

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