Category: Dogs CO

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How to Prepare For a Puppy: 14 Must Do’s Around the House

Bringing home a new puppy is an exciting time – you’re about to welcome another member of your family into your home, after all. As you know, puppies require a lot of time, attention, and love as they become comfortable with you and their new surroundings. But, it can also be a stressful time for your puppy. So, it’s up to you to prepare for your puppy as well as you can to make the transition as easy as possible on both of you.

National Trails Day

One of the greatest perks of being a Puptender is the chance to explore the numerous open spaces and trails Colorado has to offer; and being able to share in the adventure with a smiling pup (or five) only enhances the experience more. So when we heard National Trails Day was today, we wanted to share our favorite dog-friendly trails and other tips to help owners celebrate with their four-legged companions.

Rescue Run #1

Last week I had the opportunity to make a “rescue run” for the Pikes Peak Humane Society. (Yes – you can call me a “Rescue Ranger”! – Feels like that job should come with a super-hero cape, doesn’t it?!) Our Mission: to bring back 20 dogs from southern Colorado shelters to be adopted out in Colorado Spring. Here’s how it went …

Kimberly Beck

This Thing Called Relational Rewilding

Enter Kimberly Beck. The founder of Relational Rewilding Nature Guiding and The Canine Effect LLC. I caught up with Kimberly last month over some tea and coffee in downtown Golden. Although our two hour conversation did include dogs, it was this thing called Relational Rewilding Nature Guiding that we geeked out about for the better part of two hours. My apologies to Chaz for being a bit late for his daily run. So, it is at the corner of Relational Rewilding and “right, Relational Re…w… what!?” that we must begin.