The Dogs

Puppy Art



I got bored in my crate, so I thought I would surprise the humans with my beautiful artwork.. they weren’t too please with me. My mom human said “Well at least I’m refinishing this in the spring”, what ever that means.


I worked SO hard on it human! I spent hours here and there sneakily nibbleing away, ugh I can’t believe they didn’t like it, like I just can’t belive it! Well maybe I’ll just have to make it more of a bang next time, who knows these humans don’t understand my genious I suppose.


Anyways I’ll let you guys be the judge, Check out the picture I linked and see if you understand the beauty in my work. My humans have no taste in my art.


One angry Soph!

Pet Care & Wellness · The Dogs


      Oh the chewing and the nibbles. Puppy teething can always be a tedious, and dreaded time for a pet owner, however, think of the poor pup going through it. Just like a human, their teeth hurt, and they don’t feel well when their teething.

     We are currently going through the same issues with Sophee, I’ve tried many toys, and tricks to help sooth her pesky baby teeth. 

  Some examples are:

  • Soaking a rope bone in water, and freezing.  
  • Cutting sweet potatoes and freezing them- they don’t last as long I find.

I also found that having a wide variety of toys for her to chew, some of the favourites she leans more towards are

  • Kong Purple hippo 
  • Nylabones similar to the ones in the image
  • And the good ole rope bone

She has been fairly good for the most part the occasional correction here and there and she is back on track. 

       I’ve heard some pretty bad horror stories of teething puppies/ and heavy chewers; we’ve lucked out for the most part, when Bently was a puppy he would always find the white apple iphone cords and chew them, I mean like ALWAYS. Some how if it was on the counter, he would still get his paws on it. . . it was a brutal faze. But he grew out of it fairly quickly, and about 100 iphone cords in we didn’t need to buy another one again until apple decided to change them every two months, am I right? 

        But do you or someone you know have a brutal chewer story? We’d love to hear about it! Feel free to send a picture of your chewer too if you would like, we’d love to meet them!

Also, always make sure to supervise your puppy when their playing with toys, you never know if they could get a piece off causing a choking hazard.

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