Tiffany Beveridge

Tiffany Beveridge

Writer, author, teacher, traveler, amateur kitchen wizard, wife, and mom to two sons, one imaginary daughter, and one neurotic but lovable Dachshund.

11 Things Only Chihuahua Parents Understand

11 Things Only Chihuahua Parents Understand


Long before Taco bell or Elle Woods endeared the Chihuahua to the masses, parents of these mighty minis have been singing their praises. Because aside from rocking tiny sombreros and all manner of bedazzled bling, this breed makes every day “just like senior year, only funner!”

They travel light

The ultimate travel companion, the Chihuahua can stow as inconspicuously in

8 Things Only Yorkie Parents Understand

8 Things Only Yorkie Parents Understand

Don’t be fooled by their small size—the Yorkie is a breed that takes up a big space in their humans’ hearts and lives. One look in their alert little faces and you know there’s a lot more to love than meets the eye. These are a few of the things about them if you've got one tucked

Things Only Frenchie Parents Understand

Things Only Frenchie Parents Understand


Imagine combining the curmudgeon-y grimace of your grandpa with the adorable stoutness of your 18-month-old niece in dog form and you have yourself the Frenchie. Otherwise known as the French Bulldog, this petite dog with an oversized personality demands attention wherever it goes. You know, because OMG! THE CUTENESS! But there’s more to this breed than looks. To live

Inside the Mind of a Doodle

Inside the Mind of a Doodle


Admit it—you’ve always wished for a way to read your dog’s mind. That’s why we’ve climbed inside the heads of some of our favorite breeds to channel their inner monologue and imagine what they really think of us humans!

6:46 a.m.

@mr.cruiserdoodle

[BREATHES HEAVILY] I can hear my humans’ footsteps coming to

What Eating Ollie Really Tastes Like, According to a Dog

What Eating Ollie Really Tastes Like, According to a Dog


As a 63-year-old Dachshund (that’s 9 in human years), I’ve seen my share of Boxes on the Doorstep. My humans LOVE them almost as much as they love me. And because I love my humans, I take it upon myself to bark as loud as I can and run back and forth from the window to the door