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Our mission is to enhance dog-human lives and connections, bring people and dogs together to provide a fun and positive experience. To educate, support, and uplift/empower dog owners and provide them with all the insight and tools needed to deepen your relationship with your doggy.

Hi everyone! My name is Tatianna, 27, and currently living in Spain. I am an avid dog lover just like everyone here. I speak a little spanish and am on track to being fluent! I own an english bulldog named Edgar who is one hunky boy! I love to travel, sightsee, and fly (airplane). I enjoy going on my daily walks with my pup and learning new recipes. My top three goals are owning a golden retriever, becoming fluent in spanish, and visit 15 countries this year. If chewing up tennis balls was an Olympic sport, I'd win a gold... (More)

Have you ever wondered why dogs sometimes kick backwards after finishing their “business”? According to recent studies, this is not to cover up their faeces, but rather to mark the territory with the scent in their Paws.

Chemical pheromones.

When dogs respond to scent, they are actually responding to the chemical pheromones secreted in the scent.
Humans have only 5 – 6 million scent receptors in their noses. Depending on the breed, dogs have up to 100 million or more scent receptors in their noses.
When dogs sniff another dog, they smell more than a doggy odour.
They can detect the gender of the other dog, as well as clues to that dog's age and health status.
Morning walks in nature, are the best walks.

We all know how much our dogs love to go for a walk.
Walking improves a dog's emotional well-being. Regular walks reduce stress, anxiety, depression, and other emotional or behavioural issues in pets.
Walks also generally improve happiness and mood by allowing your pet to get exercise and interact with new animals, humans, and nature.