When parents drop their fur-babies off at the Lodge, they know they will have the best care. They know they will be fed, cleaned up after, given medicine when needed, played with and tucked into bed with their favorite things.
Four years ago, I started my first job at Cold Nose Lodge. I always had a soft spot for dogs and figured this would be the perfect job for me. Through the years I’ve learned more than I could’ve ever
It’s time for the return of college football. That makes Scout a bit nervous and unhappy. For many dogs, the start of football season means some changes at home. Family members who have been active outside for the summer suddenly spend