Dr. Crusoe here. As you hopefully heard, I’m leaving on tour starting April 17th to travel across Canada to raise awareness for flea and tick prevention as well as to meet fans and sign books as part of the No Bite is Right campaign. I was chosen to be the spokesdog for the campaign, which might seem… Read more!
Atlanta marks the end to my book tour blog posts. Last but not least. But just like Dallas, I didn’t really know what to expect with Atlanta. My first impression was that it was “prettier” than I expected – not that I thought it wouldn’t be, but it was just so lush what with all… Read more!
When I’m talking about a ‘BIG D’, I’m not talking about myself (although applicable). I’m talking about Dallas, where they do it up BIG. I landed in Dallas, Texas, after the first four stops on the Crusoe Tour, including; NYC, LA, California Cruising, and San Francisco. Now let me tell you straight, I really didn’t know… Read more!
Continuing on from Part 1 and Part 2, from here I hit the road to drive up California’s iconic and picturesque Highway 1 from Los Angeles to San Francisco, making a couple stops along the way in Oxnard and Salinas. So, let’s put it in gear, shall we? Well, firstly, we needed a method of… Read more!
As the second stop on my book tour, I found myself in sunny LA, California. From this point forward on the tour, I’ve been partnering with the tourism associations of each city, in this case, Discover LA, who have helped me explore the best dog-friendly places the cities have to offer. So this will be… Read more!
We’re now about midway through our book tour, and it’s been so busy I’ve barely had a chance to sit down and write! But finally I have, so now it’s time to cover the first part of our tour; New York City! I’ve been posting my day-to-day adventures on social media so you probably have… Read more!
Here we are – the long-awaited announcement of our book tour destinations! As you can imagine, this was a super hard decision, and as I mentioned initially, we only have about two weeks for travel so are limited on how many places we can go to. Obviously, some people will be ecstatic, and some will be disappointed.… Read more!
Well, Christmas has come and gone already! It seems like every year though there’s some sort of setback or hiccup. Last year we had an ice storm and lost power for 3 days, and this year Santa fell off the roof and then tried to get jiggy with Mum. But backing up a bit, before… Read more!