Spotlight: Foster Dogs NYC

Hey dog lovers,

Another week and another blog spotlight.


Name: Foster Dogs NYC

Overview: As important as adopting from shelters is the act of fostering them until they find forever homes is just as important. Foster Dogs NYC is an amazing blog dedicated to finding dogs foster homes instead of in cages at a shelter. They have had over 450 successes! That is HUGE!

Look: Foster Dogs NYC is a clean, organized and simple layout making the least tech savvy person able to find what they need.

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Author: Sarah one of the founders of Foster Dogs NYC also runs a site called The dog matchmaker and has also in the past been an infamous Pet finder Blogger.

Final thoughts: This is a proclaimed young media savvy dog lover who started this blog so if you love animals and want to help out, consider adopting, rescuing or simply fostering an animal can mean the world to them. I cant wait to read more about this blog.

Check out Scarves for Paws Hey for the latest styles and colors to rock around your neck especially as the days get colder! Don’t be left out in the cold order one today!

“In order to really enjoy a dog, one doesn’t merely try to train him to be semi human. The point of it is to open oneself to the possibility of becoming partly a dog.” – Edward Hoagland


Spotlight: Keep the Tail Wagging

Hey Dog Lover, today I am spotlighting one of 11 dog blogs I have begun following and hope you guys check them out as well.


Name: Keep the Tail Wagging

Overview: Keep the Tail Wagging is written by Kimberly who knows what she is talking about and is not afraid to stand her ground or share her opinons on matters that can start a war. As a writer she is constantly filled with questions about pet food or a product so to solve this problem she does not hesitate to use who she knows and google to get that question solved. Her posts are timely, relevant and entertaining.

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Look: Clean organized and easy to navigate. She writes often and interactively with her readers which is something I admire.

This is one of my favorite blogs to read up on as it refreshes what I know but also teaches me.

In the works: Aussie’s Adventures

Check out Scarves for Paws for the latest colors and styles as the weather gets colder!

“Ever consider what our dogs must think of us? I mean, here we come back from a grocery store with the most amazing haul, chicken, pork, half a cow. They must think we’re the greatest hunters on earth!”- Anne Taylor (author, The Accidental Tourist)

Getting your Dog Blog on!

Hey Dog lovers, or should I say good afternoon on the absolutely beautiful Tuesday. Sun is shining, leaves are blowing and fresh air never felt so good. Make sure to spoil your fur babies with this awesome weather I know my three are.

Ever get bored at work, school, home, etc. and have an interest in dogs? Well I have solved your problem ladies and gentlemen….starting reading some dog blogs. It can’t hurt to read and who knows maybe that will inspire you to start your own…..

I have compiled a list of 10 Dog Blogs that I have heard about and recently started to follow to not only learn from them but to encourage other dog bloggers out there to keep writing.

*They are in no specific order just the order I will be posting in the coming weeks, each blog will have their own spotlight week!

  1. Keep the tail Wagging
  2. Foster Dogs NYC
  3. My Brown Newfies
  4. Paw Curious
  5. Tales and Tails
  6. Positively Pets
  7. Love and a six-foot leash
  8. Fidose of Reality
  9. Come Wag Along
  10. Dog Tipper



As always please check out Scarves for Paws and look for our new holiday baskets, patch blankets and more!*

“Dogs don’t rationalize. They don’t hold anything again a person. They don’t see the outside of a human but the inside of a human” – Cesar Millan (dog trainer)

Aussie likes to chew….EVERYTHING!

Hey Dogs lovers, wanted to give you all an update on my baby Aussie as we are on Week 2.

For starters compared to when we first got her this girl has gone balls to the walls with how much I can take. Luckily for her I know how to handle stubborn dogs as I have had one in the past and another currently (Bear).

IMG_0568She likes to chew things….meaning everything (Cords, her cage, toes, ankles. hair, jewelry, shoes, Bear, Kody..ETC.) The list could go on forever!

Bear has been really good with her outside and in. She can get a little to crazy sometimes but he puts her in his place.

Kody is not a huge fan as he is blind and cannot see her when she goes under him which makes him stress and nervous, so for the most part they accept each others presence and that’s it.

IMG_0560She loves to play in the leaves, I think its the noise but she could get lost in the smells and sounds for days. She likes to bury herself inside the leaves. Should be interesting once snow hits to see how she will react.

She has a belly that is just the cutest fattest thing you will ever see!

She likes to nap in her cage and on the floor next to me.

She is AMAZING in her crate, she really is an intelligent breed.

She has been having less accidents in the house which is always a good thing, although only on week two its is nice to see small progress, but progress none the less.

IMG_0562That’s pretty much it with an Aussie update this week! Look for more each week on her progress.