Aspiration Pneumonia + Coupage Steams for French Bulldogs

In the seven years of Fira’s life so far, she has aspirated six times. Basically, she has regurgitated and gotten foreign substances in her lungs like food, vomit or even just her saliva.  This seems to be more common in French bulldogs, especially if they have or have had elongated soft palate issues. Fira is on the more petite side…

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How to Spend One Day in Palm Springs with Your Dog

From Morning Until Night, Here’s What To Do If Time Is Limited   Only have one day in Palm Springs with your dog? Jen on the Run has the perfect itinerary for you! Palm Springs is filled with restaurants, shopping, events, and outdoor activities that you and your dog can enjoy together. This stunning desert oasis with near-perfect weather year-round…

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DIY: Salmon Quinoa Homemade Dog Food

Wholesome and Easy Homemade Dog Food Recipe – Keep Your Pup Happy and Healthy Try this healthy homemade dog food recipe for your dogs! It’s full of antioxidants, healthy fats and omegas. My French bulldogs do so well on salmon — it’s definitely become their favorite. Salmon for dogs? Salmon is an excellent source of nutrition for dogs due to…

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Los Angeles Dog-Friendly Guide

Where to take your dogs in Los Angeles? Hello, Dog Angeles! Whether you are visiting or have lived here for years, I think we’ll all agree that LA is one of the most dog-friendly cities there are. With its sunshine and abundant space, Los Angeles offers lots of things to do with your dog. I’ve lived here for over 15…

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Ojai Dog-Friendly Guide

Only 80 miles north of Los Angeles lies a picturesque, off-the-beaten-path little town called Ojai. Nestled in between the magical Topa Topa mountains, Ojai has hiking trails, quaint shops, cozy food spots (and lots of crystals, if you’re into that!). It’s also one of the most dog friendly destinations in America.  There are ranches here, olive groves, wineries and farms (taste…

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Pasadena Dog-Friendly Guide

The Ultimate Pasadena Dog-Friendly Guide My Favorite Dog-Friendly Spots in Pasadena Beautiful weather, a historic city life, tree-lined streets, and plenty of shopping — what more could you ask for? That’s why I love Pasadena, a city part of Los Angeles County, home to the Huntington Library +Botanical Gardens, Norton Simon museum and Rose Bowl Stadium. Although, the aforementioned spots…

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Langham Hotel Pasadena

Luxury in Pasadena… The Langham Hotel Need a dog-friendly hotel in Pasadena? Look no further.  The Langham Hotel is the only luxury hotel in Pasadena and you will definitely feel the grandeur the moment you pull up to the property. During my stay, I found myself surprised at how big and grand this hotel really is! The hotel features palatial…

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Best Dog Parks in LA That Aren’t Overcrowded

The top spots for a quiet afternoon in Los Angeles with your dog This map was made with Wanderlog, for making itineraries on iOS and Android Now that I’ve lived in LA for 16+ years, I’ve had plenty of time to explore the city’s many parks. While it’s true there are a lot of parks in LA you want to…

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DIY: Healthy Homemade Dog Food Using Frozen Veggies

Easy + Healthy Homemade Dog Food Recipe Make delicious homemade dog food in less than 30 minutes! I originally found this easy healthy homemade dog food recipe on a popular French Bulldog Facebook group. Almost everyone in the group was feeding their Frenchie this recipe or at least had tried it, because of allergies or stomach issues. It’s very popular,…

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My Skincare For Travel + Fira’s Routine

Do you have a night time regime for your dogs? Well, I’ve become one of those people.  I don’t do it every night, but I do have a group of favorite items that I always have at home and also pack for Weston + Fira when we travel.  Fira is definitely more sensitive than Weston, so she has a few…

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