Category: tail wagging good

Posts that make Maggie’s tail wag.

We are all uncool project

Social media is a funny thing.  We are so grateful for all of the friends and connections Maggie and I have made due to social media.  Our circles of friendship and support would be much smaller without social media.  But the internet definitely isn’t our whole or ‘real’ life, and I admit social media can turn even a charmed life… Read more →

Dog Artist on Instagram

The dog world is wonderful, crazy, energetic planet populated by passionate, inspiring, caring humans and their equally amazing dogs.  I could write a book (maybe even a multi-volume set) on the things I’ve learned from my Adventures with Maggie, from personal growth to eye-opening events. But every adventure that Maggie takes me on, it seems it’s the people that surprise… Read more →

Stewart Pro-treat freeze dried dog treats

Stewart – Pro-treat: Website Today, we’ll embark (emphasis on bark) on our journey to find the tastiest dog snacks.  Our starting point is a treat that’s totally new to us: Stewart Pro-Treat Freeze-Dried Treats.  Maggie wanted to try them because with ‘pro’ in the name, she thinks they’re made for professional working dogs like herself.  She wants some ego with her… Read more →

Maggie’s Puppy Bowl

Apparently it’s Super Bowl Sunday. Go team! I’m not a huge football fan, sorry. So Maggie and I will be spending our morning volunteering with some pretty special kids and plan to celebrate the afternoon romping on the beach with Rocky, as we presume most people will be watching TV meaning a private beach session for us! Maggie will be trying… Read more →

Treats, num nums, burgers: our adventures in seeking the tastiest dog treats

Maggie looooves her treats. But with a dog like Maggie, it’s never that simple. My little rescue mutt has refined tastes and is very picky. When other dogs are begging, barking and gobbling, she’ll turn her nose up and drop the treat on the ground. (Fortunately, she’s not at all selective about tennis balls; she loves them all equally.) I… Read more →

Our non-traditional, small-scale, very-much-American Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving usually conjures up visuals of long tables covered with harvest vegetables and a giant turkey, surrounded by family members crowded inside to escape the end-of-autumn cold. But we live in Los Angeles, where our weather averages 78 degrees in November, and my family is anything but big. As you might expect, our Thanksgiving here is definitely not traditional in… Read more →