Welcome to our blog! a collection of human and hound lifestyle & travel Experiences with a focus on providing educational & informative content
Bringing to you our personal dog-parenting experience with tips, tricks, recommendations, recipes, and all around knowledge that we've collected over the years.
Gaining miles and leaving foot/paw-prints. We're always up to some type of adventure. Follow along with us on where we've been and the things we've seen.
Who said that dogs should have all the fun? Experience the human side of things and read up on some miscellaneous creativity and activity. Yes, dogs will still be included.
The Corgi Truth: Weight Matters
Believe it or not, corgis LOVE to eat (mine 100% does). And if they are left alone with an unlimited amount of food, most corgis will just eat themselves to death. Those pleading eyes can be hard to resist when they're begging for more food. But if you give in, you're doing a huge disservice to your corgi's health. Who can resist the look of adoration? It's just too cute! But you know what is not cute? A fat, overweight corgi.
There's a misconception going on around the corgi community that a corgi should look round and pudgy. Too many viral videos involved overweight corgis strutting their butt and just looking THICC (see slang definition here). This is not okay. A corgi should have a waistline with a visible abdominal tuck just below the ribcage.
Travelog XI: Yosemite National Park
Our recent trip to Yosemite National Park was the most ambitious one yet. We woke up at the dead of night and drove five hours from San Francisco to Glacier Point to catch a sunrise. Any view in Yosemite is breathtaking but sunrise at Glacier Point was glorious.
Yosemite National Park was first protected in 1864 and has 1,200 square miles of deep valleys, giant sequoias, grand meadows, magnificent granite giants, and a vast wilderness. There are plenty of the dog-friendly areas in Yosemite that will leave your four-legged friend happy and tired while allowing yourself to enjoy many of the National Park's famous landmarks alongside them.
The Puppy Series: Part I - Getting a Puppy
Let's face it, puppies make everything better. From their cute little toe beans to their puppy fuzz to their adorable innocent faces, you can't help but have puppy fever. But what you don't know is that they're a lot of work. Like a lot.
Getting a puppy is no easy job. If you find it easy then you're not doing it right. The process takes a lot of research and quite a bit of patience. The more you research, the more you know before you set your heart on finding the right puppy for you. Every puppy will grow old and you need to understand that you are committed to your dog for its entire lifetime (10+ year commitment).