DOG TRAVEL EXPERTS Looks at Keeping Your Bowser Busy in Winter

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It is not easy to stay active with your dog during the cold, cold weeks of winter, especially if you live in the northern climes. But it’s not impossible!

rplnIn Wednesday night’s episode of DOG TRAVEL EXPERTS, I talk with co-host Tracie Hotchner about ways to keep your dog busy during even the coldest weather. Whether you’re traveling and bad weather forces you to spend the day in the hotel or you’re at home with your hound, we’ve got some fun tips for inexpensive ways to stay busy and keep you both happy.

Don’t forget that you can hear DOG TRAVEL EXPERTS at 8pm ET on RadioPetLady.com. Miss the broadcast? No problem; you can always hear it as a podcast from the archives page. And, if you’re a big fan of iTunes, you’ll also find our podcast for download there as well!

More Shows on Wednesday!

The Expert Vet #5020, 8:30pm ET

Dr. Donna answers a question from Marilyn in Kentucky about her demanding kitty and recommends “meal-feeding – not free-feeding – canned food, and how to “out stubborn” a cat hooked on “kitty crack.”

Good Dogs! #6001, 9pm ET

Welcoming co-host Babette Haggerty to this new dog training show, Tracie wants to know whether baby dogs can start training as young as 8 weeks of age?

 

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About Paris Permenter

Paris Permenter is an award-winning author of over 30 pet and travel books. Along with her husband, John Bigley, Paris is the founder and publisher of CatTipper and DogTipper.