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North to South Island with a Dog

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Hey! Finally here comes the South Island blog posts! Just a couple of months too late! If you have no idea what I am talking about, you can read this blog post that I wrote before my trip on what my trip was all about.


My biggest worry with my South Island Road Trip was crossing the Cook Strait. It had been something that had prevented me from travelling down South prior to this trip, and caused me a lot of anxiety. I wasn't worried about myself, I was more worried about how Diego would handle the trip. He used to have quite bad separation anxiety which I slowly worked on in a home environment and has come a long way. The idea of a 3 - 3.5 hour trip where Diego had to be either in my car, or a kennel in the car area stressed me out. During the trip on the ferry, you are not allowed to visit your dog at all. There have also been reported deaths of dogs on board ships recently which made me very nervous.

With those two options for Diego, I did decide to leave Diego in my car while w…

How is it May?

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Hey everyone! I cannot believe it is nearing the end of May already! I know I say this every month, of every year, but jeez, time goes so fast as an adult. I definitely have not been as consistent, or even really posted to Daisy Pets as I wanted to in 2019 and I do apologise for that. I love my community that I have grown, and love meeting and interacting with you all. That is why I want to get back into consistent posting, I want to write more, video more and really interact with you all on a new level for the rest of 2019 and beyond. With that being said, please keep me accountable for posting two blog posts and one video a week! I did ask a few months back on my Instagram what kind of content you guys liked, and really it was a mixed bag, but I did find out that not only do you guys want to read product reviews, you want more personal content as well. So here I am to update you, and then we will go forward from here!

I now live in Whanganui. That is probably the biggest life change…