How to Exercise Your Dog Without Leaving the House With the unusually rainy couple of months we’ve had in Chicago, I’ve gotten a lot of questions from friends about how to “wear out” their dog if they can’t go for a walk. Yes, the truth is, streaks of bad weather can be tough on dog
Welcome back! It's Jesse back again with some exciting news! Maddie and her Spring Spaniel, Rudder, have joined the Canine Perspective Pack! I worked with Maddie and Rudder a good while ago and I remember reading her e-mail and recognizing she clearly had some insight already on dog behavior. When I spoke with her in
Hello! Jesse of Canine Perspective here. I know it’s been quite a while since I last posted, but things have gotten incredibly busy in the past year. Which, as I check my blog posts, the last blog I actually wrote myself was May 27thof last year so at least I’m a little early! The reason
Dogs have a natural instinct to chew. It’s important for their mental and physical health, so providing them with safe and healthy chews is vital. SAFETY FIRST - let’s talk about chew safety! ⁃ Identify what kind of chewer your dog is. If you have a “chomper” stay away from antlers or small chews. ⁃
Summer means cold drinks and frozen treats. Do you ever think your pup may appreciate a cold treat, too? Unfortunately, our frozen treats are typically loaded with sugar and artificial flavors and colors, so I wouldn’t suggest sharing these with Fido! Here are some ideas to help your dog stay just as cool as you!
I constantly have people telling me that they are very strict and don’t give their dog “people” food. But in reality, we should be sharing as much food with Fido as possible. Now please, do not ration your chocolate covered deep fried Twinkie. Let’s be honest, you shouldn’t be eating that either. People food is