Close

Not a member yet? Register now and get started.

lock and key

Sign in to your account.

Account Login

Forgot your password?

Farm  // Browsing posts in Farm

22 Oct Posted by in Adventure, Farm | 6 comments

Fairhill International Cross Country Adventure

Fairhill International Cross Country Adventure

Over the weekend I took my annual trip to the Fairhill International Event in Maryland. “Eventing” is the ultimate test of a horse and rider and has been referred to as the Triathlon of equestrian sport. Through tests in dressage, cross country, and show jumping the horse and rider work together to show that they […]

Read more...

02 Oct Posted by in Farm | 15 comments

When Dogs Go Crazy Over Leaves

When Dogs Go Crazy Over Leaves

Ok well technically there is only one dog going crazy over leaves, and it’s me! Something about those crunchy leaves just gives me the case of the zoomies! Doesn’t this just make you want to run outside and play in a pile of leaves? Does your dog get the zoomies in the fall too? 

Read more...

30 Sep Posted by in Farm, Product Review | 3 comments

A Little Boost for Working Dogs

A Little Boost for Working Dogs

Disclaimer: this post is brought to you by Chewy. All opinions are my own and I only share products I think you and your dogs will love. Trooper and I are really hard working farm dogs, but you probably already knew that. Well, that is until all that hard working catches up to us. Contrary […]

Read more...

23 Sep Posted by in Farm | 5 comments

Little Boys vs Dogs

When our hay guy delivers to the farm sometimes he likes to bring along something special for Trooper and I. We wait ever so patiently when the truck pulls up. Well, Trooper is a little less patient with his waiting, but he tries. But the wait is over when the farmer’s little boys pop out […]

Read more...

10 Sep Posted by in Farm | 6 comments

Farm Dog Duties

Farm Dog Duties

Farm life isn’t always fun and games, sometimes there are important chores to be done. When a big delivery of hay from our farmer friends showed up at the barn, I knew Trooper and I would have a busy afternoon helping to unload it. So it was up to the hay loft to prepare for […]

Read more...

22 Apr Posted by in D.I.Y, Farm, Training | 3 comments

How to make a Fake Rabbit Hole for your Dog

Disclaimer: this is NOT a sponsored post, but it does contain some affiliate links. It’s no secret that I am OBSESSED with holes. After all, my breed was originally bred to go down holes and hunt down badgers. And go down holes I do! My mom has had to pull me out of many ground […]

Read more...

04 Mar Posted by in Adventure, Farm | 7 comments

Winter on the Farm

Living in Eastern Pennsylvania, my buddy Trooper and I get our fair share of snowy weather during the winter months. But if you think that every time the sky lets out a little precipitation we hide inside the barn with our ponies, then you would be mistaken my friend! Instead we run around the farm […]

Read more...

22 Jan Posted by in Adventure, Farm | 4 comments

Dachshund Goes Sledding with Ponies

When the winter rolls around I sometimes (like most of you) spend a little more time indoors. Because honestly, I’d much rather be warm and toasty then freezing my tail off! But when it snows, that all changes, because one of my favorite activities involves a fresh dusting of snow and some of my furry […]

Read more...

19 Nov Posted by in Farm | 1 comment

Farmhouse Helper

Every day my best friend Trooper is just a wee bit closer to being able to move into his new house on the farm. I know, I know, I’ve been saying that for years…..but this is definitely going to be the year! Especially since I’ve been around the lend a helping paw! Just check out […]

Read more...

13 Nov Posted by in Farm | 2 comments

Horse Show Helper

Over the weekend we held the last of our series of horse events at the farm for the season. I’m always the bestest of helpers, see there’s me guarding the arena equipment before the show starts! I take on many duties when event day arrives – here’s me and Trooper helping to set up the […]

Read more...