Ask me what I love most in this world. Go ahead, ask me! That’s right — dogs and design! So when I caught wind of the fact that IKEA, one of my most beloved home decor stores (with the best $1 frozen yogurt ever!) had released a brand new product line devoted exclusively to pets, I was ecstatic to say the least! Dog beds, brushes, leashes, leash hooks, mats, bowls and more — you name it, Ikea’s new LURVIG pet line has it! Here’s a preview if you’d like to peruse with your fluffball! (more…)
Toronto Dog Photographer
Do you know why autumn is the loveliest season of all? Sure the colours are pretty and the air is crisp, but the site of sweet dogs frolicking in the leaves makes fall the absolute best! Today we have a beautiful photo session from Toronto dog photographer Gooseberry Studios that expertly blends goofy canine moments with heartfelt family fun. (more…)
Itty-bitty bite-sized treats that will make a huge impression whenever you entertain canine guests. Plus, they will make your kitchen smell amazing! Part crunchy crouton, part moreish cracker, these pint-sized poppers make a pretty pet-friendly addition to any festive fall tabletop. Plus the pups are sure to guzzle them down faster than a turkey can say ‘gobble!’ (more…)
Do you have dog who loves to fetch tennis balls, sticks, a Frisbee or any other toy that can be thrown a delightful distance? No? Well, that’s okay.
Most dogs adore the prospect of being allowed to run wildly after a moving object and while some quickly discover the brilliant practice of having their owner throw such an object over and over and over again, some pups miss the biscuit entirely. So how do you teach your canine chum the mystery of fetch and to actually bring – the – ball – BACK? (more…)
There are no words to describe how much I love dogs and animals. There really aren’t! And every time I read a report about animal neglect or hear about the horrific conditions that so many lovely dogs and animals have to endure every day all over the world, my heart collapses. I feel crushed and hopelessly ineffectual because often times animal welfare issues seem too big for one person to take on and solve alone. (more…)