Teaching an old dog new tricks!

By Berti|March 8, 2018

Teaching an old dog new tricks Whoever said you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, must not have owned a dog. If dogs are anything, they are extremely intelligent and can learn many new things given the chance to show you. When training your canine, keep in mind that negative energy leads Read More

Raising awareness for Tyson’s Chance (Guest post by Joy Raley)

By Berti|March 1, 2018

Raising awareness for Tyson’s Chance (Guest post by Joy Raley) We love to entertain and educate with our Twitter account and blog. But this time we want to use our social reach to help animals in need by raising awareness for Tyson’s Chance Animal Foundation Inc. a nonprofit animal rescue which does an Read More

Running – A Great Way To Exercise Your Dog If You Live In The City

By Berti|February 27, 2018

Running – A Great Way To Exercise Your Dog If You Live In The City As someone who lives in the city, there are many ways to exercise a dog in your area. Why limit your dog’s exercise just with a walk in your neighbourhood? There’s an attitude among some city dwellers that Read More

How to care for your aging dog

By Berti|February 22, 2018

Now that you’re dog has shown you so much love and brought you so much joy throughout your many years together, it’s time that you return the favor when the dog reaches his elder years. Caring for an older dog is much like caring for an elderly person. Knowing how to do that will help comfort your dog immensely. Read More

The most effective methods to Deal With Separation Anxiety

By Berti|February 21, 2018

Numerous dogs are put to sleep by owners who can no longer figure out what to do with a canine that barks, howls or yells constantly when they are gone, destroys things in their absence and basically makes a nuisance of himself. These people don’t comprehend
that the canine is not being disobedient—he is in all likelihood suffering from separation anxiety. Read More

Canine Arthritis

By Berti|February 19, 2018

Is your dog a little less enthusiastic about his daily strolls? It is safe to say that he is hesitant to get up or lie down? Do his joints click as he walks? If so, there’s a chance your buddy is suffering from canine arthritis. Just as with humans, arthritis in dogs can Read More

Winter is coming and it’s time to prepare our dogs.

By Berti|December 14, 2017

More stories and articles:Running – A Great Way To Exercise Your Dog If You Live In The CityRaising awareness for Tyson’s Chance (Guest post by Joy Raley)Lexi’s Triplets (a little teaser)Canine Arthritis Management (CAM) – Here you’ll find help for your arthritic dog!

Interview with Mystery Author Heather Weidner from Pens, Paws and Claws

By Berti|December 4, 2017

Thanks for letting me stop by and visit with you, Ernie, and Berti. I love watching their adventures on social media. I’m Heather Weidner, and I write mysteries. My second novel in the Delanie Fitzgeraldseries was published recently.   Private investigator Delanie Fitzgerald, and her computer hacker partner, Duncan Reynolds, are back for Read More