Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Poo Happens or Takin' Care of Business #ChewyInfluencer

   The person who claimed that nothing is certain, but death and taxes obviously never had a dog! Pet parents all know that poo is one of life’s certainties and it is our responsibility to clean it up. It’s not the most glamorous part of having a dog but there are ways to make it much easier. Thanks to, we have discovered the perfect dog waste bag for our new home.
Basset Hound smelling a box of dog waste bags
We are Influencers and received Frisco Dog Waste Bags in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and is not responsible for the contents of this article.
   We used to have a huge backyard and pooper scooping was part of life. It wasn’t until we began to unpack here that I realized my beloved pooper scooper was left behind! Luckily, our new backyard is small so picking up the boys’ business is easy. That means we were using a lot more waste bags than we did before. That’s where Chewy saved the day and our pocketbook!
Woman picking up dog poo with Frisco dog waste bag
   I was grabbing two bags from their leash attachment each time they went out to poo. It was inconvenient and I was going through rolls at a fast rate. That’s what makes Frisco™ Pantry Pack Dog Waste Bags perfect for us! They come in a box with a convenient dispenser and can sit in a cute basket at the back door. I just grab one when we head outside so I am always ready if poo happens and it usually does! These bags are big enough to hold both of the boys' poop.
Tossing a dog waste bag in garbage can.
   Frisco bags are durable, extra-large (9”x13”), and are available in scented or unscented. We chose the scented since we dispose of them in our little poo can outside. I really love that they are leak-proof too. is the exclusive seller of Frisco Dog Waste bags. You can buy the 300 count Pantry Pack for only $8.49 or they sell leash dispenser bags, refills, and bags with handles so there is something for every job! Take it from me, Frisco means business when it comes to your dog’s business.
Dog toys, pillows, treats and frame
   We want to send our friends at Chewy a special thank you for our house-warming gifts! Bentley and Pierre were so happy to see a Chewy box that wasn’t full of our stuff. The U-Haul was filled with lots of blue Chewy boxes. I know the boys thought they had hit the motherload when we unloaded the moving van! They were disappointed we had "recycled" their Chewy boxes until today’s box arrived chocked full of goodies for them!

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

An Interview with a Really Old Mother

Bentley Basset Hound: “It’s Mom’s birthday and we always enjoy interviewing her on this momentous occasion. Pierre and I have written down some of our burning questions so let’s get right to them.”
Woman with Westie dog
Pierre Westie: “Happy birthday Mom! How are you feeling? At your age, aches and pains must be a part of life. Exactly how old are you anyway?”
Me: “You aren’t supposed to ask a lady her age. Let’s just say I’m not quite a senior citizen.”

Monday, March 19, 2018

BFTB NETWoof News March 19, 2018

Bentley Basset Hound: “Hello and welcome to BFTB NETWoof News for the week of March 19,2018. We have fetched some important reports to share with you. Let’s toss it over to my co-anchor Pierre for our top story.”
Dogs at BFTB NETWoof News desk
United Airline Photo Credit~ Wikipedia
Pierre Westie: “It appears that United Airlines has more problems than an algebra book when it comes to transporting dogs over the past few days. The trouble began on a flight from Houston to New York when an attendant insisted a family place their 10-month-old French Bulldog in its carrier inside the overhead bin. When the family arrived at LaGuardia airport, the puppy had died. United has taken full responsibility for the tragedy and the flight attendant claimed not to have known the kennel contained a dog. That is hard for us to believe. We also do not understand why the family went along with the order to stow their pup in the overhead storage. Most pet parents that we have talked to say they would never have abided the order even if it meant being taken off the flight.

Friday, March 16, 2018

A Bevy of Blog Hops

   I usually end each Friday by inviting you to join us for the Pet Parade Blog hop. This week, I am starting at the top with a special invitation just for you! You can add any post you’d like, and our link is open all week. It is a great way to gain more followers on your favorite social media account too! I co-host this hop with my fur-bulous friends at Rascal and Rocco and Basil's Blog. Join us for the fun this week! Enter through the link at the bottom of our post. 
St. Patrick's Day themed Pet Parade Blog Hop banner

Thursday, March 15, 2018

It Takes a Village to Move

   It is hard to believe that we have been in our new home a little over a week. Our journey began over a year and a half ago. I haven’t shared too much behind the scenes of selling our home and buying a new one in a different city/state. Now that the dust is settling, I want to thank all the people who helped us get here. Believe me, it takes a village!
Sale pending sign in front of house