• Recipe: Healthy Lamb + Superfood Dog Food

    A new year, a new recipe!  Happy 2021! I've been trying to create some variety in the pups' meals, so I came up with this healthy dog food recipe that the pups are enjoying. If you're new to ...

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    Recipe: Healthy Lamb + Superfood Dog Food
  • Verishop: Holiday Gift Guide for the Dog Mom

      Can you believe it's already December? I mean, we all say that every year but this year is... you know. We've pretty much made it through 2020!   I discovered Verishop recently and it's ...

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    Verishop: Holiday Gift Guide for the Dog Mom
  • How to Build A Lifestyle Brand

    When I created my instagram @WTFrenchie 6 years ago, I had no idea this was what my life would turn into (everyone says that, lol). But at the time, I was working as a makeup artist and the ...

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    How to Build A Lifestyle Brand
  • Review: Public Goods

    Hey hey, hope you guys have been doing ok--the year is coming to an end. :o Where have you guys been ordering your essentials? I've been using Public Goods a lot. Fun fact: at the start of the ...

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    Review: Public Goods
  • Recipe: Mini Peanut Butter Mousse Cakes

    I found this recipe on Chewy Pet Central page and I couldn't resist making these. I had all the ingredients at home and it sounded much yummier than just giving the pups a plain treat. They deserve a ...

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    Recipe: Mini Peanut Butter Mousse Cakes

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8 Dog Friendly Restaurants in DTLA

Now that we have a place in Downtown too, it’s time to explore all the dog-friendly here! From Chicas Tacos (with an airstream!) to Zinc in Arts District, there’s a variety of choices in this growing neighborhood.   Baco Mercat. 408 S Main St. Consistently on the list of Top Ten’s in Los Angeles by most foodies and magazines, this spot…

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Social Anxiety and the Dog

I don’t think I’ve ever really known life without social anxiety. I was always the quiet kid. I didn’t speak much and my family didn’t either. I grew up in my imagination, creating worlds with the things in front of me—my toys, stuffed animals and pencils. Elementary school, middle school, high school came and went with six moves to four…

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Top 5 Dog Friendly Pizza Places in LA

You guys better be hungry…. There are a handful of amazing pizza places in Los Angeles but most don’t have outdoor seating which is highly upsetting. So I’ve compiled the BEST spots to choose a delicious slice (or pie) and grab a seat outside. I’ve already done the taste-testing for you so you will be getting an absolutely delightful pizza slice at…

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Santa Barbara Getaway

Grab your pup and some water and head to Arroyo Burro Beach (aka Hendry’s Beach)–Santa Barbara’s only off-leash dog beach! For some gorgeous photo ops, make sure to visit two iconic landmarks: the Old Mission and Courthouse. Get in your shopping and walking with the old Spanish style stores on State St; almost all are dog friendly. You can’t leave Santa Barbara…

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Must Haves For A Dog Friendly Road Trip

Road trip, anyone? Road trips are sooo necessary. Something about the open roads, wind in your hair, mountains against a blue sky and wildfields stretching for miles and miles (or yellow flatlands–depending on where you’re going). There is always that certain tinge of remembering something you didn’t know you missed (classic American nostalgia?) and gratitude for the kindness of strangers.  I’ve…

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Ojai Getaway

Only 80 miles north of Los Angeles lies a picturesque, off-the-beaten-path little town called Ojai. Nestled in between the Topa Topa Mountains with hiking trails, biking and rural nature, Ojai is one of the most dog friendly places in the state! (And we know–we live here!) There are ranches here, olive groves, wineries and farms (taste the amazing fruits of labor at the…

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Marfa TX Getaway

On our roadtrip to pick up baby Fira in Missouri, I knew we definitely had to make a stop in Marfa TX. It’s a tiny town (population: 1800!) filled with artists, writers, singers, poets and just a quirky group of people. I loved it.  First stop was PRADA MARFA! We stayed at El Cosmico–a 21-acre campground with teepees, caravans, trailers…

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