I’m so excited to share that I’ll be speaking about pet HosPETality at the Vermont Tourism Summit the first week in April.
The summit is taking place in beautiful Stowe, Vermont.
I’m so excited to share that my dogs and I were featured in People magazine this week! And, that we will also be on the Animal Planet Special, “Puppy Bowl: Where Are They Now” premiering Friday, January 27, at 9 p.m. local time.
The magazine article and TV speci checked in on what some of their favorite Puppy Bowl stars are doing now.
If you don’t know, my dog Maddux, then Bubba, was a starter for Team Ruff in Puppy Bowl XI!
As “The Dog-Friendly Business Coach™”, I am always getting asked about service dogs, therapy dogs and emotional support dogs.
This comes up a lot when working with establishments who serve food, because they have to be aware of local health codes. It can get very confusing for business owners and their employees, who are trying to do the right thing while still staying compliant with the law.
In case you missed it, restaurant owners in Kansas are joining the dog-friendly dining movement by opening a new, canine-friendly restaurant.
According to The Wichita Eagle, the restaurant. Fetch Bistro, will not only have a dog-friendly patio, but will also have dog treats on the menu.
Boasting that your business is pet friendly has become very trendy these day. After all, the pet industry is worth more than $60 billion, and as more people choose to travel with their pets, everyone wants to cash in.
However, what does it really mean to be pet friendly?
I was recently looking for a place to take my two dogs for a weekend, and came across a nice-looking hotel/resort along the coast in the northeast. It sounded beautiful.
Until, I read their pet page.