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Five Tips For Camping With A Barky/Reactive Dog

All dogs are reactive to something.  This could mean barking at the doorbell, chasing moving objects, or worse, when you are camping, everything that goes by the campsite, including people out for an evening stroll. 355 more words

Clicker Training

And then the moose

Right in our backyard! Well. the mama was in the neighbor’s yard.

Of course, if you were to ask Piks, she’d tell you all about the biggest bunnies she’d ever seen. 8 more words


Sophie & Shamrock Travels

Sophie & Shamrock Saturday

Generally speaking, Shamrock and Sophie Jean travel well in the car. When we make the trip to see Rob’s parents’ in lower Michigan, we stop at my parents’ place in Green Bay for a night on the way. 294 more words



We got caught in a massive storm while still on the road. Piks’ car (Car 1) made it to a rest stop, but Car 2 got stuck on the side of the road. 35 more words


Traveling with Dogs.


By the time  Mr. Bean and I came on the scene, our owners had already had enough of hotels that didn’t allow dogs, so they had bought a small trailer to pull behind their vehicle and were staying at trailer parks. 299 more words


And we're off!

We’ve been out of touch for a while because we were traveling, but now we’re back, with plenty of Piks pics.

Here’s how the trip started out, with Pickles navigating: 12 more words