Life With Dogs

I am starting a weekly writing project with Life With Dogs! I am joining the always awesome NEIL who has made the site what it is.  (See how far back you can go on the website and read his earliest posts – some are hilarious!  And they are all great!)  Already writing with Life With Dogs is AMY of Go Pet Friendly, another favorite site of mine.  And jumping in with me is NANCY of Good Dogz training, a friend and favorite!

I will be writing about dog health issues, with an emphasis on preventative care.  Truth be told, I was a little intimidated by the VOLUME of readers this website attracts, and it took me a full week to post my first post, (An (Un)Exhaustive List of What I Know About Dogs) which if you are used to the immediacy of my posts here on Riley and James, is a crazy amount of foot dragging!  So far, very fun…and not scary :)

Like I so recently said about the new CareFRESH blog, THIS is going to be fun people!

Here is a link to the site…If you love dogs, you probably already have it.  It is a great site.  I am so excited to be a part of the team.  THANKS NEIL!!

Life With Dogs




7 Responses to “Life With Dogs”

  1. Congrats. I love Life with Dogs!

  2. Sue says:

    Oh, yes… definitely fun! Stopping by on the blog hop and will be watching for more of your Life With Dogs posts :-)

  3. Great to meet you today!

    Beautiful pics – thanks for sharing. I’m stopping by on the blog hop today – drop by my blog: to watch an awesome video on how some dedicated people in North Carolina are changing their state.

  4. Sage says:

    Great! Can’t wait to start reading about the health issues. I just became up-front and personal with Cushing’s disease, something we hadn’t experienced in a dog before.

  5. Thanks all!

    Oo Sage, I am so sorry to hear about your Toby-Friend. Dogs can do GREAT with Cushings, but yeah, it is kind of a crash course in the disease when it is your own family, huh? I will add it to the topic list – let me know if there is anything I should not leave out. I have treated dogs, cats and ferrets with it, but have never dealt with it in my own pets.

  6. Pup Fan says:

    Looking forward to reading your posts over there!

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