My name is Kalia (Kah-lee-ah) and the star of the show is my boy, Ryder. We are so yappy you found Front Seat Ryder, a blog about dogs and mental health.
Welcome to Our Blog!
Front Seat Ryder is a blog designed to inspire, encourage and empower the modern dog mom to improve her mental health and live a full, happy life by maximizing her doggie companionship.
Do you ever just feel lost and alone?
Like your dog is the only one who really understands you?
I have been there.
Actually, I am there often.
I have suffered from stress, depression, and anxiety for more than half of my life. Now as an adult, I want to give back. I want to help others going through some of the same feelings.
Together we will unleash our pawsitivity and chase a happier life
Dogs have been a source of therapy for years now. But very few pet dog owners hone in on the relationship between dogs and mental health.
That being said, I am a strong believer that communication and trust is a two-way street. By working with your dog, you will achieve a life with much less stress for both of you.
I will share training tips as well as tips on how to cope with mental health issues. All while building a stronger bond with your four-legged.Unleash your life from everyday stresses by bonding one-on-one with your pup to make a healthier life. Click To Tweet
What to Expect
Front Seat Ryder is a blog in honor of your buddy! If you have any topics you would like to hear about, let us know! We want to be there to help and support you the best way we can!
FSR will become a place to find encouragement and support from like-minded doggie moms. Where you can dig deep and get to the roots of your life.
Some of the topics we will cover are:
- Dog and mental health benefits and tips
- Dog training tips
- Tips on bettering your communication and bond with your buddy
- Tips on how to help dogs with food and other allergies
- Our favorite items, practices, and dog-friendly places
- General support and encouragement for all the everyday dog moms like you!
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The Story of How We Met
Ryder and I have been together since 2014 when I adopted him at the age of one. He was the sweetest little guy. The first time I saw him he was in his room with his “cellie”, a beautiful yellow lab. Ryder (then known as Bruno) was gently enjoying a game of tug-a-war with a volunteer.
While on a walk with him down a little trail in the woods, he impressed me with how calm and happy he was. Then and there, the decision was made. That day, he was coming home.
I have been in Washington State my whole life. I’m pretty sure, Ryder has too. When we meet he had just been transferred to Stanwood’s Noah Center from a shelter in Tri-Cities.
He had only been there for about a week. Long enough to do all his health checks and get his vaccines.
He was calm, docile, and his eyes were so full of love. … Little did I know he was still drugged up on pain pills from his neutering. Ha.
I knew the name Bruno had to go. It did not fit him at all!
Looking back at our first selfie together, anyone could see he was the sweetest little car Ryder.
However, Mom didn’t come to that conclusion for a couple of days.Together we will unleash our pawsitivity and chase a happier life! Click To Tweet
We Want to Help You
Don’t be afraid to reach out to us at any time! You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact form on the blog. I would love to hear your story, help celebrate your wins, and even check out pics of your sweet pupper!
If you ever have a doggie struggle, reach out and we will do our best to tackle your topic on this dog mom blog!
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