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March 25, 2015

The Do’s and Don’ts of The Dog Park

With the weather warming up, the temptation to head outside and enjoy the outdoors is nearly impossible to resist. Dogs have a natural desire to keep active and venture out of the house, and traveling to your neighborhood dog park is a healthy and fun […]
March 11, 2015

Bark Around Ayala Park

If you’re looking for fun, sun, and a dog-gone good time in Chino this weekend, look no further than the Bark Around Ayala Park! The event kicks off at 9 a.m. this Saturday, March 14 at the beautiful Ruben S. Ayala Park, located at 5665 […]
February 27, 2015

8 Service Dog Secrets

There’s no denying the fact that dogs are amazing creatures. They provide companionship and joy, and keep their owners active and young at heart. Service dogs are a particular set of canines that venture into the extraordinary. These highly trained animals can perform countless tasks […]
February 21, 2015

Jumping Up – And Settling Down

After long day, there’s nothing like opening the front door and being greeted by an ecstatic pet. Their excitement and love is enough to encourage a smile on the worst of days, or serve as the icing on the cake for the best of days. […]
January 23, 2015

A New Dog, A New You

The New Year is in full swing and the resolutions of 2015 are ready to be realized. If getting a dog made the “To Do” list this year, the addition could mean more than gaining a new pet; it could mean a new you. Welcoming […]
December 29, 2014

Oil Pups

  Many dog trainers, veterinarians, and animal care providers have turned to pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils to use in place of toxic and harmful ingredients commonly found in pet products. Personally, as a dog trainer of twenty-five years and a mother of four rambunctious, accident […]
December 20, 2014

How Twin Sisters Took Pet Nutrition Into Their Own Hands

For Brittain DeFeo and Courtney Varela, sisters and founders of Homemade Doggy Dinners, pet food is a passion. The fraternal  twins grew up watching their mother create healthy meals for their family’s diabetic Bichon Frise, Max. The subsequent perk in Max’s lifestyle sparked an appreciation […]
November 26, 2014

Pet Food Conundrums

Part One of a two part series discussing the importance of pet food.  Pet nutrition can be intimidating. Information regarding the dangers of processed kibble has been crucial to improving pet health, but can often leave pet owners with more questions than answers. Dogs need […]
November 18, 2014

Why Short and Sweet Can’t Be Beat!

Simple communication with your pet is a necessity. Here’s 5 ways to keep it short and sweet. Training your pet is an ongoing process, whether you have a four-month-old Corgi or a four-year-old Collie. Practice makes perfect and as long as your training session is […]