Last week we were with my in-laws in Tennessee; this week we’re with my family in central Ohio. Chloe loves it here, partly because she likes my parents but largely, it has to be said, because they have French doors that overlook their back yard — and they have a back yard full of squirrels. My father (can you see why Chloe likes him?) improved the chances of sighting a squirrel by buying a couple of pounds of raw peanuts … Read more
Posts tagged ‘Ohio’
I relaxed a little too much this weekend, and failed to write my Chloe’s Clicks post yesterday. Never mind — here it is, and it’s a good one.
We begin with a terrific series of posts that Edie Jarolim, blogging at Will My Dog Hate Me?, wrote about her recent flight from Tucson to San Diego (and back, of course) with her dog Frankie. Edie is a wonderful writer, and she handles her issues (anxiety over Frankie) and Frankie’s issues (diabetes, … Read more
What can I say? The holidays got ahead of me this time. Better late than never, though — you wouldn’t want to miss these links.
It’s all about the snow, this time of year, so you won’t be surprised that My Pet News has five pet-friendly ski resorts for you to consider, from Vermont to Wyoming (and then north to Lake Louise). Also consider two inns, one in Connecticut and the other in Ohio: The Interlaken Inn in Lakefield, CT reported that they’ve just … Read more
These two off-leash dog parks serve their communities well, but would also be a good resource for dog owners traveling between Columbus and Cleveland. The first is in Mount Vernon, Ohio — about 45 minutes north of Columbus — and the second is in the nearby college town of Gambier, Ohio.
We visited both dog parks on snowy, bitterly cold days, and we had them to ourselves. That was a good thing, from my point of view, because neither park has … Read more
CMH kindly provides a map of its arrivals level, showing the location of the airport’s pet relief area, but it’s a bit hard to follow. Here’s what you do: Exit the baggage claim level through the doors across from Carousel 2, then turn left and walk to the end of the sidewalk. The pet relief area is a small, fenced enclosure lined in crushed stone. Poop bags and a trash can are provided, but the … Read more