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Christmas Safety Tips

Originally featured on FetchFind.com I am officially in the Christmas mood. The day after Thanksgiving, I turned on the Christmas music, my family and I picked out our Christmas tree and I am just about done with my Christmas shopping. I am definitely feeling the spirit. Since my husband and I had kids, we have decided that Christmas will be at our house. Since we no longer travel for the big day, we have an open door policy. We love visitors and welcome friends and family to stop by and celebrate with us. I encourage both two and four-legged visitors, but with kids in the house, I have some rules in place. Because I want the day to be fun and relaxing, I ensure that safety is top priority.

Winter Activities, Part 2: Barn Hunt

Originally featured on FetchFind.com In part one of my Winter Activities series, I talked about agility and the great exercise it is for your dog. In part two, I am going to talk about the sport of Barn Hunt. As I mentioned in my previous post, I was not a big fan of being out in the cold for long periods of time, trying to give my dog some exercise. So I was always trying to come up with new ways to exercise my dog without freezing to death. Barn hunt is another great way to stay indoors and out of the cold. Barn hunt, to put it simply, is a maze made out of straw bales. Within that maze are plastic tubes containing live rats and the goal is for the dog to tunnel through the maze to find th

Winter Activities, Part 1: Agility

Originally featured on FetchFind.com Winter is going to be upon us before we know it. I don’t know about you, but I did not enjoy walking my dog, Bailey, in the freezing cold. Of course I did it, but I liked to keep it short. She, on the other hand, could stay out in the cold all day. She loved the cold weather. Since I am not covered in fur, I had to find ways to exercise my dog without freezing to death. That is when I came across indoor sports. In my multi-part series, I am going to discuss the magical world of indoor dog sports, which are especially great during the cold months. I’ll begin by talking about agility. Agility is one of my favorite sports. It has really picked up enthusiasm

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