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

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

Peanut Butter Treats for Your Dog

If you’re a dog owner, you will know that every time you bake anything your dog thinks he should share it.

My name’s Valerie and I am the proud pet parent of Bentley, a Clumberdoodle, who will eat anything, especially if it comes out of my oven smelling delish! You can read some of my other doggie articles on OfficiallyPets. read more

Easiest Dog Breeds to Care For

Are you a new pet parent? Do you have a really busy life? Are you lazy? But you still want a furry friend to love to pieces? If you can say yes to either of these questions, then you will need a dog that’s relatively easy to care for. There are hundreds of dog breeds out there and finding the right one for you isn’t always a cakewalk. It’s best to choose a breed that fits your lifestyle and schedule. read more

8 Crazy Facts About Cats

What if I told you that no matter how much of a cat enthusiast you are, there are basic things about your cat that you misunderstood the entire time?

That no matter how many kitty videos you watched on the internet or how many times you pet a cat, you don’t know the most fundamental things about kitties. read more

Conversations With Daisy

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!

My Frisbee

Daisy: Come on John, you need some exercise, let’s go throw the frisbee. read more

Your Dog’s Nose is a Real Super Power – Their Olfactory Recess

Your dog uses their superpower on you every day and you usually think nothing of it. Discover just how powerful your dog's sense of smell is. Shocking!

6 Tips To Train a Stubborn Dog

Stubborn dogs don't respond easily to training and may need more patience than an average, supremely excited dog. These tips should help you in the training.