Hope you all are having a happy holiday. <3
"Twinkle toes for holiday flair." Erin came across a special, fast drying doggy nail polish at the craft store. I don’t know whether to be ashamed or apathetic… what has my human subjected me to?!
Christmas came early! (Or rather, Grandpierre did not want to over stuff Erin’s luggage during her holiday travels. He mailed our gift early…) We are now the proud owners of an official emergency doggy first aid kit! Erin had some essentials already [styptic powder, paw wrap, willowbark, cone of shame], but this really preps us for any potential mishaps. Do you have a first aid kit at home? What do you consider your most essential item?
It’s that time of year guys… ugh. Now, you all know that I love snow. What I don’t love is when it’s so cold that walking hurts. Luckily for me, I’ve trained the humanses to either pick me up [I simple stop walking and give them the most miserably pathetic look I can muster], or… they bring out the booties.
Makes sure that your tootsies are tended too! Cracked or tender paw pads are a real hassle - if you aren’t lucky enough to have booties, have some moisturizer ready to repair any damage. Erin has Cain & Able paw cream. Some friends back in Ohio have used Bag Balm and Corn Huskers oil. Watson's mom told us via facebook, that she uses GNC Paw Support for her furry friends. There are a lot of options out there!
At flyball this weekend, Erin left me on the sidelines, while she loaded the box for the more advanced dogs. I worked some seriously bad puppy magic in those 10 minutes, despite being able to see her and everyone else. Can you guess what naughty thing I did in her absence?