Pet Friendly Space

Sharing your living space with a pet can bring you many hours of companionship and joy. Especially if you live in an apartment, a dog or cat can help you feel less alone. Although they won’t chip in for the rent or utilities, pets are some of the best roommates you can have. read more

13 Fun Facts about Greyhounds

April is national Adopt-A-Greyhound month, and there are many greyhounds out there looking for a new home. These super-fast dogs have a few remarkable qualities that make them the ideal family companion.

1. Greyhounds Are the Fastest Dogs on Earth

Greyhounds are, quite literally, some of the fastest dogs on Earth. In fact, they are faster than racehorses, and can nearly keep up with a cheetah at full speed. read more

Easter Fun With Your Dog


Hello, my name’s Valerie, and I am the proud owner of a Clumberdoodle called Bentley. While I love walking with my furry friend, it occurred to me that there are several times during the year when I think we could have more fun. You can also read some of my articles on OfficiallyPets. read more

Conversations with Daisy Pt. 3

These are actual conversations I have with our 1.5-year-old English Shepherd, Daisy. Note, I am interpreting Daisy’s barks, expressions, and intonation. But these are all true!

The Deer Hunter

(Daisy jumps up on the door)

Daisy: Get out of my yard deer!!

Daisy: I do not like this one little bit! Out!! Out!! Out!!!! read more

Top Places to Visit in New York with your Dog

Taking care of your dog does not only mean feeding them; rather there is much more. To keep him in your apartment the whole day may make him bored. Keeping your furry pal in the same boring place for so many days is the last thing you can do!

The summer is heading, and now, you can have fun with your Fido by visiting some astonishing local spots if you want. If you are planning to get some fun with your little kid and make some nostalgic memories, have a look at the list of top places in New York! read more

Top Places to Visit in Texas with Your Dog

I have a penfriend who lives in Texas. Recently she acquired a furry friend and was thinking about taking her pooch on holiday with her. What concerned her was that dogs may not be welcome in some places. My name’s Valerie, and I also own a pooch. I decided to have a look at places in Texas that welcomed dogs. read more

9 Bulletproof Methods to Entertain Your Bored Dog Quickly

A bored dog equals an unhappy dog. And you surely don’t want your furry pal to feel miserable. The good news is that you don’t need too much effort to make him happy. There are some really awesome ways through which you can turn your bored dog into an enthusiastic pup in literally one moment. read more

Top Places to Visit in California with Your Dog

With landscape extending from scenic ocean views to mountain panoramas and the exquisite redwood forests, California has an extraordinary range of topography to its name. This comes with many opportunities and choices for the people in California to go out and enjoy the most of this magical state. California is also a pet lover’s delight where rules and regulations make the state a safe community for domesticated animals to thrive with the human population. The beautiful weather, pet-friendly hotels, and beaches that welcome dogs makes the sunny state of California a pet lover’s paradise. So, if you’re planning a holiday with your Fido or simply reside in the state, here is a list of the top places in California where you and your buddy can have the time of your lives and create memories. read more

Conversations with Daisy Pt. 2

These are actual conversations I have with our 1.5-year-old English Shepherd, Daisy. Note, I am interpreting Daisy’s barks, expressions, and intonation. But these are all true!

Love ya

(I’m sitting at my desk writing away)

(Daisy pops up under my desk and gets in my lap) read more

How to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Your Dog

Celebrations always have a way of cheering us and bringing us in the mood. There are many ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with your dog which will leave you wishing for another holiday to come along. You don’t have to exclude your dog from parties. read more