Rescue Mutt Monday - Bruna

Rescue Mutt Monday - Bruna

Bruna is a sweet girl who has spent most of her life on the streets and in a Mexican shelter. She is three years old and until she was brought to Canada by Fetch & Releash, she had never lived in a home.

We were fortunate to have Bruna attend our Pup and Santa photos and can attest that she is a lovely girl that will thrive in the right home!

She can be shy at first but watching her with her foster dad made it clear that, once you earn her trust, you could not find a more loyal companion.

She is good with other dogs and although she is a bit timid with new people, she still enjoys a good ear scratch!

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Bi-Weekly Review - West Paws' Jive Ball (for Fetch)

Bi-Weekly Review - West Paws' Jive Ball (for Fetch)

We’ve all been there - you buy a new ball, and throw it once, twice, maybe even three times, before your furry friend decides they don’t wanna run after it anymore.  

Instead, they cop a squat (aka lie down) and quickly chomp straight through their shinny new toy. 

If you’re like me, you rush to the store to buy another. 

But after a few weeks of this, the idea of taking fetch off your list of games to play, sure seems enticing. 

Fetch balls are not cheap, so when they’re not durable either, it’s extremely frustrating to deal with. 

That’s why, when I discovered Jive Ball, by West Paw, I knew I had to post a review for it.  

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2017 Holiday Gift Guide

2017 Holiday Gift Guide

Christmas is a time for giving, but let’s face it, we spoil our dogs all year round. 

By the time the holidays come around, finding them that perfect gift can be challenging.

Throw in the fact that there’s new products coming out and popping up every day, and overwhelm can set in fast. 

That’s why this weeks recommendations are all about the giving season. 

Below, you’ll find four gift ideas that we, over at Waddles and Wags, love and live by.

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Training Tip Tuesday - Collar verses Harness

Training Tip Tuesday - Collar verses Harness

This weeks Training Tip Tuesday is brought to you by Chantele from Boneheadz K9 Training. 

Collars and harnesses are both useful training tools, but which one to use, and when, will depend grossly on the breed, age and temperament of your dog, alongside your training goals. 

Below, you'll find a list of the most common collars and harnesses, alongside some helpful tips for when and how to use them. 

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