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DIY: Healthy Homemade Dog Food

A yummy do-it-yourself dog food recipe for French Bulldogs As a parent to two of these bat-eared characters, we know with this breed, our pups can be finicky with food and also prone to food allergies. A lot of dog owners, especially parents of Frenchies like me, turn to recipes for homemade dog food. Because of that, when Weston was…

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I Reviewed 9 Dog Bowls To Find The Best for French Bulldogs

The Best Food Bowls for Frenchies Okay, so those of you with flat-nosed breeds know how hard it can be finding just the right dog bowl. They’re either too short, too deep, not elevated, not cute, etc., etc. Not only does Fira have a non-existent snout, she also is the MESSIEST eater. Half of her food ends up on the…

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Here’s How To Get Through The Eurotunnel With Your Dog

Traveling with your dog to England when you’re already in Europe How the hell do you get a dog into England once you’re already in the EU? Are you trying to travel with your dog between Europe and the UK? Answers, below. Truthfully, the Eurostar passenger train is not dog-friendly. A private car service could cost upwards of $600, and…

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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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8 Dog Friendly Restaurants in DTLA

Downtown Los Angeles has been a hip, growing neighborhood with top chefs and retailers filling up those high-rise buildings. Bring your dog to explore some new restaurants and shops, especially in the Arts District. From exotic sausages to the best pies, there’s a variety of choices in this growing neighborhood.   Faith & Flower. What a gorgeous place in Downtown…

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7 San Francisco Hotels with No Pet Fees

It’s always a score when you find hotels with no pet fees as traveling with your pet can get expensive quickly. Airline fees, transportation, food and just the added shuffle of taking them to and from. I recently flew to San Francisco with the dogs and came across quite a few hotels that allow dogs in hotels for free and…

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Palm Springs Dog-Friendly Guide

The great thing about Palm Springs is that everyone seems to welcome dogs and it is only 107 miles from LA, making it a no-brainer for a fantastic dog-friendly desert getaway. Make sure that you and your pup stay extra hydrated, as it is dry and hot here. Weston, Fira and I rounded up the best things to see and…

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