I started researching the topic of separation anxiety in dogs because my day job will be bringing our department back to the office soon, and my work-from-home days with my dog will end soon. Here are some tips I’ve learned from my research.
My name is Leslie Smith, and I think I might be addicted to my dog. It’s not a feeling I understand, honestly, and its raw power can be unsettling. After all, this special someone in my life is mesmerized by houseflies and loves rolling in bird poop. I try to keep this mind–most of the time.
I got to thinking–I know what makes me a dog mom. But what about others? What is it that makes some of us dog moms and dads? And how many people consider their dogs to be their kids? I asked dog parents to find out, and here’s what they had to say.
As a dog mom, I want to keep my pups healthy and save money when I can. So, I came up with a super simple, grain-free dog treat recipe full of good nutrients that still tastes great–or so it seems from the puppy dog eyes and drooling while the cookies are cooling.
As dog moms, its our responsibility to be sure our pups’ needs are being met–even when we don’t think we can. I know I struggled with my dog’s surgery and recovery, but I hope you can learn from my experience and accept my unsolicited advice.