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Let's Talk Dog

Published: Jan. 22, 2019

Do you ever say to yourself, “I wish my dog could talk”? Most of us who say this want to be able to anticipate our dog’s needs. Your dog does have his own language and it is not speaking, like we humans. It is a system of signals he or she uses every day to communicate. Once we are able to understand their language, we will be able to predict our dog’s reaction in most situations. This tool can be used to understand all dogs! Even dogs we have never met and know nothing about.

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Basic Guidelines for Pet Parents

Published: Sep. 15, 2018

Some basic guidelines for pet parents when taking your dogs out in public especially when you want to utilize a designated dog-friendly space in a restaurant are as follows:

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18 Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Redlands

Published: Sep. 15, 2018

Here is a list of some of the area restaurants who were contacted for this article. The questions asked were:

  1. Do you offer dog-friendly seating areas?
  2. How often is this area utilized by dogs and their pet parents?
  3. Do you offer outside water bowls or any dog-friendly treats or extras?
  4. Do you currently promote your dog-friendly seating areas?
  5. Are you open to any dog-friendly promotions or events?
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Dining with Dogs in Redlands

Published: Sep. 15, 2018

Perhaps I'm biased (ok, I AM biased) but it seems like dogs are increasingly more present in people's day-to-day lives. For many, they are part of the family, often referred to as 'kids' and parents seem to be just as quick to show pictures of their four-legged as their 2-legged kids.

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10 Suggestions for Restaurants Who Accept Dogs

Published: Sep. 15, 2018

I also have some suggestions for restaurants who accept dogs on their premises, designated or otherwise:

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The Six Best Gifts a Pet Owner Can Give a Pet

Published: Feb. 17, 2018

We asked Furry Face owner Lorin Grow to name the top best gifts pet owners can get for their pets, expecting to hear about the Lamb Chop squeaky doll (a big hit at our house) and some chewy tendon braids.

She said, not even close.

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Top 6 Safety Tips for Pet Owners During Fireworks

Published: Jun. 30, 2017

It is natural for dogs to be afraid of loud noises. The sounds trigger their nervous systems, and they can become anxious or afraid. Running away from the noise is a survival instinct. Remember, to your dog, the experience of fireworks is different than other natural loud noises, like thunder.

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Leashing...it's about the dogs' perceptions.

Published: Mar. 25, 2014

From time to time, customers will come in either with their Furr-Kids not leashed or they'll drop the leash, all the while assuring us that their Furr-Kid will "stay right by [my] side" or "he's really friendly." This changes the entire feel within the store as we now feel very much that we need to be on guard, take charge of containing the Furr-Kid and watch to be sure that no one else is coming in with their Furr-Kids, leashed or not.

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Holiday Gifts & Activites for Redlands Pups

Published: Dec. 09, 2013

There’s no time to waste—the winter holiday season has begun! I’m researching pet-related holiday sales and activities around Redlands...

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Finally, a holiday all about food!!!

Published: Nov. 26, 2013

Finally, a holiday all about food!!! That and giving thanks. And I’m thankful for food! And warm blankets, green grass, belly rubs, car rides, daily walks, etc. My list is pretty long, but I’ll get to the point. I’ve put together my top tips for making the most out of Thanksgiving.

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