Bridle & Bone

Bridle & BoneA personal blog written by a certified equine and canine sports massage therapist that follows her personal journey as an adult amateur equestrian and rescue dog mom.

Complete Blog URL: www.bridleandbone.com/blog

About the blogger(s): Heather Wallace massages horses and dogs by day and blogs by night. Sometimes she takes nice photos but is by no means a professional. Always learning and not afraid to write about it.

Blog’s Twitter URL: twitter.com/bridleandbone

Blog’s Facebook URL: www.facebook.com/bridleandbone

DinkyDogClub

Dinky Dog ClubThe DinkyDogClub blog covers all things related to small dogs, including news, grooming tips, product introductions, and information about various small breed dogs.

Complete Blog URL: www.dinkydogclub.com/blogs/news

About the blogger(s): Tom Jeffrey is the founder of DinkyDogClub. After welcoming Dunkin, a Havanese mix to his family, Tom headed a local small dog park, only to find the park completely empty. Tom started a Meetup group for fellow small dog owners. He called the Meetup group the DinkyDogClub. After watching the group rapidly grow in numbers, Tom went on to start an online store boutique that caters to small dog owners. Tom, his wife Trish and their two sons now have three small dogs in their lives – Dunkin, DJ and Lola. All three are Havanese / Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mixes.

Blog’s Twitter URL: twitter.com/DinkyDogClub

Blog’s Facebook URL: www.facebook.com/DinkyDogClub

Dak (the Jack)

Dak the JackDak is a Jack Russell Terrier born in late December 2016. He lives in South Arkansas with his family – two parents and two kids. Dak (the Jack) is his tale of his life and his adventures with his family. The blog is written from his perspective and features his thoughts and his adventures. Dak (the Jack) will also feature products he enjoys the most, food and treats he likes, and places he loves to go.

Complete Blog URL: www.dakthejack.com

About the blogger(s): Karen Weido began blogging in 2010 when she began a mommy blog to document her daughter’s life. The blog grew in popularity and became an outlet for numerous product reviews featuring kid and family friendly products. In 2014, Karen began a book review blog dedicated to Christian fiction and non-fiction titles. The blog features two book reviews a week and occasional children’s reviews. Karen and her family live in South Arkansas and enjoy the slow pace of rural life. Their dog, Dak, was born in December 2016 and came to live with them when he was six weeks old. The blog, Dak (the Jack) was started as a way for the family to document their life through the eyes of their new puppy. Karen has a marketing background and enjoys following her friends and favorite brands on social media. You can regularly find her posting from both her personal accounts as well as her blog accounts on Instagram and Twitter.

Blog’s Twitter URL: twitter.com/dakthejack

iPupster

iPupster

 

Your guide to everything dog! We provide inspiration and thoroughly researched reviews on the coolest dog beds, toys & gear, training, wellness, foods and treats.

Complete Blog URL: ipupster.com/

About the blogger(s): Chris is a freelance pet blogger, frequent pet food reviewer and agility enthusiast. As an avid dog lover and proud owner of a Golden Retriever named Bailey he enjoys sharing his extensive research about pet care grooming tips, products, food, health and more to help bring about responsible pet care and ownership.

Blog’s Twitter URL: twitter.com/i_pupster

Blog’s Facebook URL: www.facebook.com/iPupster/

Little Bites

Little Bites

 

Little Bites is a blog that documents adventures of two small dogs in New York City. We cover dog parties, pet fashion shows, unique dog products and lots of other pawsome things.

Complete Blog URL: littlebitesnyc.com

About the blogger(s): Lilly and Lulu’s parents prefer to stay “behind the scenes”, and their role is limited to carrying Lilly and Lulu to various parties, taking great photos and writing posts for this blog.

Pit Friendly Boston

Pit Friendly Boston
Pit Friendly Boston is a website and blog dedicated to finding families with Pit Bulls safe and wonderful homes. There are many stigmas about Pit Bulls and other restricted breeds out there that unfortunately many misinformed people believe to be true. As with anything, you must judge the animal versus the breed. As a pet owner with four dogs, I know there are certain things that will upset my five pound tea-cup Yorkie, and certain things that will upset my forty pound Pit Bull. As a result, and by being a responsible pet owner, I do things to avoid these situations. Pit Friendly Boston shares knowledge about what to do in these situations, ways to keep your home safe, and ways to find an apartment if you find yourself in one of these situations.

Complete Blog URL: www.pitfriendlyboston.com/pit-bull-blog

About the blogger(s): It was all coming together. She was moving to Boston to be with her longtime boyfriend, she landed a dream job, and was finally going to have her first apartment. Until she tried finding apartments that would accept her dog Zoey. Zoey is an amazing 3 year old who loves tanning in the backyard, being off leash, and laying on the couch for hours. Zoey also happens to be a ‘Pit Bull’. Every apartment I contacted denied her, and us, before even meeting her or seeing a picture. She was what they call a ‘pocket pit’ which means she weighs less than 40 pounds. She was cute as could be and loved playing dress up. As a result of this incredibly hard apartment finding process, I created this website and began blogging about Pit Bulls, dogs in general, and how hard it would be to find housing for them. As a general animal lover, I also share my knowledge and experiences I’ve learned along the way.

Blog’s Twitter URL: twitter.com/PitFriendlyBost

Blog’s Facebook URL: www.facebook.com/PitFriendlyBoston/

The Lab Coach – Coaching Your Labrador to Success

The Lab Coach
Hi! My name is Adam and I run The Lab Coach.

The Lab Coach is a resource for all Lab owners out there to get to know their dog better and develop an even better relationship with them.

Complete Blog URL: thelabcoach.com

About the blogger(s): Adam Baker is a black Labrador owner who decided to start a blog about the subject – simply put!

Blog’s Twitter URL: twitter.com/thelabcoach

Blog’s Facebook URL: www.facebook.com/thelabcoach/

Princely Paws

Informative articles on Dog Training and Behavior. Quirky and heart warming stories of a lifetime spent with my Dog – Prince and experiences collected of more than a decade of working with dogs and their humans.

Complete Blog URL: princelypaws.com

About the blogger(s): The articles are written by me, a certified Canine Behaviorist- Trainer & Animal Communicator. Run a pet service brand called Princely Paws for the past 6 years in Mumbai where I provide a plethora of services such as dog training, behavior modification consults, grooming, pet sitting, animal communication. Started blogging only since July 2016.

Blog’s Twitter URL: twitter.com/princely_paws12

Blog’s Facebook URL: www.facebook.com/princelypaws/

Our Bumble

Mac'nToshWoof cool dudes! We are Mac ‘n Tosh two mini Dachshunds twins on a doggy adventure around Europe.

Every day we travel to a new pad, smell new stuff and find new places to walk. Our mummy & daddy take us everywhere and this year we even got to climb the daring Pulpits Rock in Norway and see a real live glacier. We blog every day and post new stuff on our website. We love doing videos and attending photo shoots! We also tell everyone about the boring stuff that you need know in order to travel around Europe like all the nasty jabs and pills. Each time we go to a new country we way up the place and if it’s good for dogs, we tell ya!

The downside to living in a motorhome is we have chores to do! Mac is the chief floor licker & keep us warm cuddler. Tosh is the dynamic digger and toasty foot warmer.

Complete Blog URL: ourbumble.com

About the blogger(s): We are two ordinary people who had a dream of travelling the world. The dream often coincided with talks of our retirement plans or whenever we got chatting about spending more time together, enjoying a stress free life, doing things we’d always dreamed of, etc. You know the kind of things we are talking about, right? Well, one day in 2013 we’d had enough, decided life was too short and took the plunge to live our dream. We packed up and set off with our dogs, our best friends who make us smile every day.

Paw Prints Seattle

Pet-Blog-DirectoryPaw Prints Seattle is a dog walking and pet sitting service in Seattle, and our blog is dedicated to helping new dog owners get off to the right steps. Specializing in puppy socialization hints and tips, our blog provides tips on training, dieting, vet care, overall management and simple life hacks to make having a puppy or new dog a happy and pleasurable experience.

Complete Blog URL: www.pawprintsseattle.com/blog

About the blogger(s): Mike Ezzo is the owner of Paw Prints Seattle dog walking and pet care in Seattle, WA. After growing up in central New York and graduating with a dual degree in math and business from SUNY Potsdam, Mike moved to Seattle without a clue of where life would take him. Soon, he was working in a dog daycare and boarding kennel, becoming familiar with popular training techniques, dog handling, breed specific management and grooming.

After 2 years taking orders from others, Mike ventured out on his own and started to dog sit and care for dogs on his own. After slowly building a steady client base, Paw Prints Seattle is now a busy and blossoming business. Mike is also the proud owner of a rescue mutt, Pickle, who provided the basis for new training and puppy socialization experience. Mike also dedicates time volunteering for Emerald City Pet Rescue in Seattle, and fostering puppies through Georgia Peaches Puppy Rescue, also based in Seattle. In his free time, Mike enjoys Seattle’s many public parks and playing Ultimate Frisbee (the one without dogs!)