The Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop is sponsored by Caru, Nature’s Logic, and The Honest Kitchen.
We’re so excited to be a part of this year’s Trick or Treat Giveaway Hop! Henry and I are joining up with fourteen other dog bloggers to bring you the chance to win almost $600 in prizes while teaching your dog fifteen new tricks.
We’re going to teach you a “trick” that will help you keep your dog’s attention if there is something distracting afoot. Henry is reactive on walks, which can be a challenge in the city, and teaching him to touch my hand on command helps to center him and regain his focus if we run into another dog. Keeping reading for your chance to learn “TOUCH” and win a bunch of fun prizes!
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Having a car in New York City is expensive, not to mention a pain in the tush. When forced to travel with their dogs, many New Yorkers choose to take the subway. There is a right way and a wrong way to do this, however, especially if your dog stresses easily. Keep reading to learn how to bring your dog on the subway while following the law and assuring it’s an easy trip for you, your dog, and your fellow passengers.
Disclaimer: Figo Pet Insurance sponsored my trip to BlogPaws 2016 and I earn a small affiliate commission each time a new member signs up via my link and I am being compensated for this post as well. I reached out to Figo for both the partnership and sponsorship because I love their service and ALL opinions are 100% my own. Please note that this post is based off of the specific plan that I purchased for Henry and that your plan or experience may vary — I encourage you to call Figo’s customer service department with specific policy questions. Hope this post is helpful and please let me know if you have any questions!
As you may know, Figo Pet Insurance sponsored my trip to BlogPaws 2016 (as well as provided really awesome travel bowls for the swag bags!). I had an amazing time meeting fellow bloggers, soaking in all of the new knowledge, and petting lots of dogs! I also loved the chance to share with fellow pet owners how much I have truly loved using Figo. You can read my initial Figo Pet Insurance post here, but here are a few of my favorite reasons for loving this great company as well as a few photos of dogs enjoying their Figo Pet Bowls at the conference:
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IMPORTANT UPDATE: ON OCTOBER 3, 2016, AMAZON CHANGED THEIR TERMS OF SERVICE TO BAN INCENTIVIZED REVIEWS OUTSIDE OF THOSE FACILITATED THROUGH THEIR VINE PROGRAM. MANY OF THESE SITES WILL CONTINUE TO OFFER DISCOUNTS, BUT A REVIEW IS NOT REQUIRED. READ MORE HERE.
Did you know that it is super easy to get discounted or free Amazon products in exchange for an honest review? There’s no catch — just lots of savings. I’ve purchased dozens of dog products and home products for incredible deals, and I’m going to teach you how! Keep reading to learn more!
Disclaimer: We earn a small affiliate commission each time someone signs up for Figo Pet Insurance using our link. All this means is that we’ll have more money for Henry’s vet bills! We use and recommend Figo and would never promote something we didn’t love.
Hello, my wonderful readers! I’m here today with a special announcement: The Broke Dog is now partnering with Figo Pet Insurance to bring you a special deal on pet insurance! Keep reading to learn more about what Figo can do for you and our Figo Pet Insurance discount.
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I live in New York City, but space comes at a premium no matter where you live! Most young adults in New York live with roommates or, if they are very lucky, in tiny one-bedroom or studio apartments. Living in a small space with a dog — whether in a city or a more rural area — presents its own series of challenges, but there are ways to make it easier. Keep reading for some tips I’ve gathered during my experience living in a small apartment with a dog.