Got a boat dog? A few simple things will help them be more sure footed on the boat. Help them feel comfortable and avoid injuries. [More] A Dog-Friendly Boat
Dogs & Cats Aboard
Four-footed family members on the boat?
Practical tips, food, first aid and fun with the dogs and cats aboard!
If you cruise very far from home, it’s likely that some day you’ll have to fly home. And you’ll want to take your dog with you. Here’s what we’ve learned about flying with small dogs. [More] Flying with a Small Dog
Less smell, less mess and less to store . . . Tidy Cats Breeze system might be the answer for “cat boats” [More] Cat Litter on a Boat
Got a dog who hates being left alone on the boat? That was Cathy’s problem. I asked for tips on TBG’s Facebook page and got lots of good suggestions. [More] Boat Dogs & Separation Anxiety
The whole concept of “companion dog” is foreign in many places — there, dogs are for work and security. So it’s sometimes hard to find treats — or you may just want to know what they’re eating or avoid certain ingredients. It’s easy to make your own! [More] Dog Treats – DIY
Need a large air- and watertight storage container? Keep dog food, cat litter, spare baking supplies and more in heavy-duty buckets and storage bins, yet easily accessible with Gamma Lids. [More] Gamma Seal Lids
I’m not an expert on cats at all. But thanks to a reader, I now have answers for a couple of the most frequently asked questions, including the best way to store their food. [More] Cat Aboard!
If your dog — or you — ever picks up a tick, this little tool is by far the easiest and safest way to get rid of it! [More] Tick Removal
Dogs need water bottles for hikes and shore excursions, too! Here’s a simple way to make one for small dogs — and it’s almost free! [More] Water Bottle for a Small Dog
As you’re planning for the safety of your boat and yourself, don’t forget the furry crew members! A few tips for them, too . . . [More] Pets & Storms