My office had a nice little visit from the Uber puppies (via the Cleveland APL) on Friday. These little guys made everyone's afternoon. Also, we were happy to hear that all of 4 Cleveland Uber puppies were adopted by the time they left their second stops for the day.
This week, one of the best doggie blogs in Cleveland posted the top-50 things to do with a dog in the city in 2016. From happy hours to sporting events, all the good stuff is here. I suggest you check it out!
It was a bit delayed, but winter has returned to Cleveland. Woody was not too pleased as I put his jacket on him for the first time this year and took him outside in the snow. I'm certain when I get home I will be greeted by a mess. As always, when the weather gets like this it's good to remember these tips for keeping your dog from feeling the winter blues:
I'm not an expert (again, I will probably come home to a mess), but I do try to integrate as much of this as possible into his winter routine.
After some extremely cold Polar Vortex winters, we're back in an El Nino effect here in Cleveland. Today it was 70 degrees. While I can't help but worry about our planet with these unseasonably extremes, I selfishly enjoy being able to enjoy the outdoors a little longer. Nearly every night this week I was able to take Woody out for a walk among the Christmas lights.
This was one of those Instagrams that looks awesome, but I feel needs a disclaimer. What it looks like: Woody candidly walking toward me with the beautiful lights in the background. What this really was: I spent about 5 minutes trying to get a shot while all he wanted to do was pee on things and everyone walking by certainly thought I was crazy.
Between trips to Europe and Camp Bow Wow, weddings, birthday parties and upcoming holidays a lot has been going on here. But Woody is finally recovering from fall allergies with a smile. We aren't ready for winter, but at least it's a reminder to appreciate the warm weather and long days.
If you are a Cleveland dog owner and haven't heard about Dogs in the Cle, you have to check them out. Whereas I focus on more random doggie musings, Dogs in the Cle focuses on all of the dog-friendly happenings in the area. Plus, they highlight adoptable dogs weekly.
Recently, I posted about Woody's once-a-year ice cream outing. The people over at BarkPost must have read my mind about would be nice to let him have a sweet indulgence more than once a year. I recently came across this post with dog-friendly treats like peanut butter swirl and pumpkin delight. Once I make one of these, I will report back on how Woody liked it!
I'm just a twenty-something female raising the weirdest dog I've ever met.