Woof! That's dog talk for Welcome.

My name is Spencer, and yes I am a small dog, a Yorkie to be exact. Welcome to my exciting journey into - well, the world! It's absolutely paw-fect as I share my secrets to traveling with your little fur baby, eh – I mean small dog. I have other tips to share about being a small dog, so stay tuned - Woof!

01 September 2012 ~ Comments Off on How to Help Your Small Dog Lose Weight

How to Help Your Small Dog Lose Weight

As your small dog grows up and becomes a big dog, er – I mean into an adult,  it is not too uncommon for them to start packing on the pounds, especially if your fur baby enjoys lounging around in the house and eating snacks. But obesity can become a serious health problem over time […]

31 August 2012 ~ Comments Off on Dog Names – Are they predestined or just plain random?

Dog Names – Are they predestined or just plain random?

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30 August 2012 ~ Comments Off on Prevent Your Small Dog From Marking Inside

Prevent Your Small Dog From Marking Inside

Your small dog has been potty trained and knows that a designated spot outside or in a dog run is their bathroom.  Yet you have one persistent and annoying problem happening – marking in the house. This might appear in a common corner, on clothing left on the floor, or even on your favorite purse.  […]

29 August 2012 ~ Comments Off on Help Your Small Dog Overcome Separation Anxiety

Help Your Small Dog Overcome Separation Anxiety

When your small dog is engaging in any type of destructive behavior such as digging, chewing, marking inside the house, or incessant barking – they may be suffering from separation anxiety. Because we dogs are social animals – this reaction can occur.  Yes, I speak from experience.  After my companion Stormy passed away, and I […]

28 August 2012 ~ Comments Off on Small Dog Seizure Treatments That Work

Small Dog Seizure Treatments That Work

If your small dog has had a seizure this can be a terrifying experience for both of you; but, surprisingly – one that is not uncommon.  You as the small dog parent do not have to panic when this occurs to your fur baby. There are several small dog treatments that work and can be […]

27 August 2012 ~ Comments Off on Allergy Relief for Small Dogs

Allergy Relief for Small Dogs

Is your small dog exhibiting signs of itchiness, hot spots, or some other form of irritation? This may be an environmental trigger or even something in their diet.  Small dogs are just as susceptible to allergies as we humans are. There is allergy relief for small dogs that can administered at home or prescribed through […]

15 August 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Simple Steps to Train Your Small Dog Puppy

Small Dog training for your puppy may not be as difficult as one might think. With just a few simple, consistent steps you can go from novice to knowledgeable and move out of the fear factor. Day One This is your small dog puppy’s first experience with you, the owner, and their training program. This […]

11 August 2012 ~ Comments Off on What Is Small Dog Aggression?

What Is Small Dog Aggression?

Your small dog may be an affectionate, cuddly companion at home when they are with you or your family, but once they are around other dogs or even people you can experience a whole other side to them that might be uncomfortable or even frightening. Let’s talk about small dog aggression, and what causes this […]

10 August 2012 ~ Comments Off on Common Eye Problems in Small Dogs

Common Eye Problems in Small Dogs

You find your small dog pawing at their eyes or tearing up. They are uncomfortable, and may even having trouble seeing out of one or both eyes. What should you do? One of the most common issues for small dog owners are eye problems. These can range from mild to severe and depending on the […]

02 August 2012 ~ Comments Off on What Causes Small Dogs To Shake or Tremble?

What Causes Small Dogs To Shake or Tremble?

Not all small dogs shake, and when they do, there is usually a good reason.  Often, the little guys (or girls) will tremble only occasionally like when: • Meeting new people; • Confronted by a new situation or something that is unfamiliar; • They’re cold (after all, small dogs are – well, small); • They’re […]