50 Things I Wish I Knew About Dog Care When We Adopted Our Dogs

50 Things I Wish I Knew About Dog Care When We Adopted Our Dogs

——— When we were doing our homework about adopting a dog my entire focus was on long walks, dog parks, and puppy kisses.  Although I knew adopting a dog was a lot of responsibility, I was entirely focused on the fun stuff and not a lot on dog care. ...
Get That Money! Tax Deductions for Families Who Foster a Pet

Get That Money! Tax Deductions for Families Who Foster a Pet

Image source: Hakan Dahlstrom, Flickr It’s that time of year again.  Time to start pulling together our income and tax deductions to lay out in front of the IRS to see if we’re worth of a refund of a bit of that tax free loan we gladly give the government...
Start the New Year Off with a Pet Care Savings Account @WomensDay

Start the New Year Off with a Pet Care Savings Account @WomensDay

In 2012, I learned that I need to save more.  I spent and spent, because I was so focused on creating my Keep the Tail Wagging empire, so I wasn’t making savings deposits like I did in the past.  And then we met Riley and my savings nearly vanished.  Despite...
PetFlow Shares How Spending Less can Cost Dog Owners More

PetFlow Shares How Spending Less can Cost Dog Owners More

If you’re interested in learning more about saving money on dogs, check out… Cost of Feeding Raw and Raw Dog Food Co-Ops When I started feeding our dogs a raw food diet, I thought our budget would be a couple hundred dollars a month for 3 dogs.  I was...
10 Tips for Saving Money for Dog Owners Without Sacrificing Quality

10 Tips for Saving Money for Dog Owners Without Sacrificing Quality

  When I launched Keep the Tail Wagging, my goal was to build a side business that would subsidize our dogs’ livelihood.  Keep the Tail Wagging hit the ground running on January 1, 2012 and I’ve been having a blast.  Researching each blog post has introduced me...

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