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Golfing With Your Dog in Maine

Ever wanted to take your dog along for a round of golf? We've found a dog friendly - and nationally recognized - course in Maine where you can do just that!

Pet Blogger Challenge: Round Two

On January 10th, 2011 pet bloggers around the world held a community event. It was an opportunity to get to know each other, find out what drives us, learn a few tricks for making our blogs better, commiserate, inspire, and support each other. As 2011 winds down, we're looking forward to hosting Pet Blogger Challenge 2012! Get the badge today.

Blog Event Benefits Animals In Need

The best thing about this time of year is that we're more generous. We bloggers like to give back too, and blogging is what we know best! Our friends at Two Little Cavaliers have come up with a fun social media event that allows us to promote our sites, meet other bloggers, and use our skills for a good cause. It's called "Social Media for Social Good."

Ending Puppy Mills for Blog the Change

There are a lot of good people working their tails off to put an end to the tragedy of puppy mills. Some focus on legislation. Others spread the gospel of adoption. I'm more of a hit 'em where it hurts kinda girl.

Encouraging Two Pitties To Return To The Road

A few weeks ago we were excited to read that Ms. M and Mr. B, from the blog Two Pitties in the City, got to take their first pet friendly road trip. We're hoping Ms. M and Mr. B have been bitten by the travel bug! To encourage them to make another trip, we submitted a post for the "Tourist With Your Dog" series they've been running this summer.

Ya Say It’s Your Birthday …

Ty turns seven years old today! We decided not to torture the boys with party hats again this year ... But we did want to revisit the lessons Ty's taught us since we've been together, plus one - since he's another year older.

Are You Freakin’ Kidding Me?

We've been cruising around the Olympic Peninsula for the past four days, hopping from one campground to another without much of a plan. Each day, around 3 or 4 o'clock, we start looking for a place to set up for the night. On Saturday, though, it got a little later than usual. We hiked out to Cape Flattery and were so blown away by the views we stayed a little longer than intended. Rod and I saw it at the same time - a sign indicating a national park resort was coming up, and they had a campground. SCORE!