You may have heard of the expression, “dog days of summer,” but did you know it actually talks about a period (July 3rd to August 11th) when the star Sirius rises the same time as the sun? The star Sirius is known as the “Dog Star,” because of its constellation, “Canis Major.” This period of … Continue reading Where Does The Expression “Dog Days of Summer” Come from?
Here are some cute hats from The Mountain featuring artwork by Dean Russo. The aim of the artwork featured is to combat breed-specific legislation, raise awareness for dog adoption, and combat dog fighting. Click a hat to purchase. Continue reading Cute Dog Hats from The Mountain
Here’s another gratuitous portrait of yellow Labrador Retriever Moby snoozing. Continue reading Moby Sleeping on Couch
Moby would like to remind all his canine friends and canine parents that summertime means more outdoor activities, which translates to loads of fun for fur babies. However, it also means fleas, ticks, overheating, and dehydration. Follow this helpful guide to ensure you have all the tips and tools to keep the dog days of … Continue reading Tools and Tips for Healthy, Happy Dog Days of Summer
Moby wishes everyone a happy 4th of July! Remember some pups aren’t as tolerant of loud fireworks as Moby. The booms, pops, and bangs can be quite frightful for many canines. Keep them inside and safe or they may try to run away from home! Have a safe and wonderful Independence Day! Continue reading Happy 4th of July!
Get your copy of Moby’s first book, “How to Fall Asleep Anywhere,” and read about all the different places where the Labrador Retriever can fall asleep. See, hear, and read about all the things Moby can sleep through–including attendants begging him to wake up and get off a Japanese Shinkansen bullet train, as well as … Continue reading Moby’s book “How to Fall Asleep Anywhere” now available on iBooks store
A preview of Moby’s new book featuring a scene of him falling asleep in his garden surrounded by blooming flowers pollinated by bees! Continue reading Sneak Peak of Moby’s New Book