In Honor Of Bastille Day! A French Affair: The Dogue de Bordeaux

Dogues de Bordeaux

        The Bordeaux region of Southwestern France is well-known to travelers as a hot-spot for wine, architecture, and relaxing beach-front vacations, but what fewer people know is that this seaside paradise is also home to one of the world's oldest dog breeds.   A port city on the Garonne River just north of Aquitaine, Bordeaux … [Read more...]

Happy Bastille Day! It’s A Dog’s Life In St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat: France

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Travel With Your Pet For La “Bone” Vie!         St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is often considered the jewel of the French Riviera. The French say it’s “ecrin de verdure,” a very protected and beautiful place. Du Cap-Ferrat is the point at which the Alpes-Maritimes plunge into the sea below. Hidden beneath the Corniche, on the waters of the … [Read more...]

Lebron James And Cane Corso Mastiff Moving Back To The Cleveland Cavaliers

  Perk up your ears, everyone, because there is big news for Cleveland! Lebron James just announced he's going back to the Cleveland Cavaliers! He has been playing for the Miami Heat for four years, but there's no doubt that this Ohio boy has a special spot in his heart for his home. Going with him will be his furry friend, King! The "big dog" in the basketball world is … [Read more...]

Heavenly Puppy Hikes @ Red Mountain Resort In Utah

Every dog will be red with envy when they hear at the Dog Park about this Magical Destination in the Red Rock Mountains.   The spa's backdrop is the Mojave Desert landscape - so note bring lots of water for you and your pup.  Situated on Fifty-five acres of black lava gardens and fragrant mesquite with stunning vistas of the surrounding … [Read more...]

Endangered Elephants: Playing Polo for a Better Life!

Endangered Elephants in Thailand - Playing Polo to survive

  In Thailand, the elephant is a culturally sacred animal and even featured on the provincial seal of the Surin province. Now an animal with such significance is living in squalor. This is mostly a modern consequence of an ancient tradition of Kui spirit men catching and training elephants for many tasks. These Kui spirit men are known as Khru Ba Yai and only five of … [Read more...]