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Dog-Friendly Oleta River State Park Miami Florida

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Does Your Dog Need ActivPhy Supplement?

When I first received ActivPhy, it was a surprise delivery and I was unsure what the product actually was. It turns out ActivPhy is a patented hip and joint supplement for dogs which was originally developed for veterinarians but that is now available for consumers at various specialty pet retailers.

does your dog need activphy supplement?

ActivPhy states their soft chews formula supports a dog’s bone, muscle and cartilage health as well as providing anti-inflammatory and antioxidant support. Their unique combination of ingredients – including Glucosamine HCI, Methylsulfonylmethane, Creatine Monohydrate, Flaxseed Oil and Blue Green Algae Extract – can promote a long, healthy and active life for your dog.

Monday, May 23, 2016

Dress Up for Whitley Day

Today I am proud to join in Blogville's memorial for a dear friend Whitley Westie. Since Whitley was one of the most fashionable Westies in all of Blogville, with all her beautiful handmade dresses, we are all Dressing Up for Whitley today. I have chosen this fine ensemble.

Oz dressed in his official Georgia Institute of Technology shirt

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Dog at the Door

Ma and I were bored yesterday since Daddy-dog went out all day without us and left us home, So we decided to go visit my Uncle Rob for a few hours in the afternoon because he was bored too. I love Uncle Rob's front door because he has a screen door (unlike our house) where I can stand guard and bark at people walking by.

Oz is a dog at the door, guarding the entrance

Friday, May 20, 2016

Georgia State Parks to Launch New Adventure Dog Club

Do you remember when we went to Tallulah Gorge State Park in Georgia last year? We enjoyed our four days camping and hiking and Oz had a great time with us.

Oz in Tallulah Gorge Georgia State Park

Georgia State Parks have always been dog-friendly making them some of the most scenic places to enjoy an adventure with your furry best friend. Many of the parks even host “Bark in the Park” dog hikes where you can go on a ranger-led adventure with your dog.