• SALIVA STAINS ON MY DOG –

    By Tuesday, March 24, 2020 16 No tags Permalink

    Recently I learned the discoloration in certain areas on Harley are actually saliva stains on my dog. I first saw small traces about two months or so ago. It became more prevalent a few weeks ago, so I discussed this with their Doodle Doc… Harley’s always been white! I’m talking typewriter paper white! Now he’s got ...

  • WHAT MAKES A GOOD THERAPY DOG?

    By Thursday, February 6, 2020 16 No tags Permalink

    When one of the Boys are walking through the hospital with me, people often ask – What makes a good therapy dog? If you Googled that question, you would see a variety of definitions/explanations that read like this: A therapy dog must be friendly, even-tempered, consistent, gentle, confident, comfortable meeting new people, and reliable in unusual environments. Above all, they ...

  • THERAPY HONOR DOGS –

    By Tuesday, January 28, 2020 12 No tags Permalink

    I want to incorporate a team of therapy honor dogs. I’ve thought of it almost daily since that cold December day last year…  Therapy honor dogs would -  add additional support (upon request) to those families who desire the comfort a dogs presence can provide during a difficult emotional experience - like the loss of a loved ...

  • THE PROOF IS IN THE POOP

    By Sunday, January 12, 2020 10 No tags Permalink

    the proof is in the poop #thatswhattheytellme Some may tell you this - if you’re searching for clues about your dog’s overall health. While poop doesn’t give you all the pieces to the puzzle, it CAN give you enough of a glimpse as to what’s going on.  I know what your thinking and I kind-of agree, this isn’t ...