OUR MISSION IS TO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE FOR DOGS AND THE PET PARENTS WHO LOVE THEM
— Donna Chicone
 

This journey with my beloved dogs Jazz and Jive continues. We began with our TV show called The Dog Show. Our show grew and became The Dog Show With Jazz and then The Jazz and Jive Show and then it became simply Jazz and Jive. These were all websites that represented our activity. Now our TV show is partnered with our books and our mission is even more geared to our community of pet parents. Our goal is to help pet parents truly become ‘Super Pet Parents’ as they experience the joy of fostering a long, loving relationship with their dogs.

 

THE STORY

Award-winning author, advocate, TEDx speaker and proud parent of two Portuguese Water Dogs, Jazz and Jive. These are her current and most passionate roles in life. Dogs have always been a significant influence and source of inspiration for Donna.... read more

THE BLOG

"A good adventure often requires the company of best friends." Follow the adventures of Donna, Jazz and Jive in this blog-style journey, from the perspective of a pet parent, through the challenging and rewarding world of dogs and pet parenting... read more

THE BOOKS

Donna's goal in writing is to provide new pet parents and seasoned pet parents with easier access to comprehensive pet parenting information to help them make informed and responsible decisions for the well-being of their beloved dogs... read more

"Pet Parent Pawffirmations"

"Being a Super Pet Parent"

"Anyone who has loved a dog knows that the bond you share can be even stronger than those you share with other humans. As a devoted pet parent, author Donna Chicone not only understands this unique bond, but wanted to provide a way for every parent of a beloved dog to... read more

"What makes this book special is Chicone’s attitude: 'Part of my advocacy for dogs is to help all of us as humans become more sensitive to the reality that our dogs are sentient beings who experience pain, fear and joy,” she writes. “In the world of grammar etiquette, it is correct to reference animals as... read more