Let's Paws and Talk!
While snow storms and ice may still be prevalent in certain parts of the country, others are beginning to enjoy the beauty of the springtime. Blossoms and free running waters are a natural while taking a dog for a walk or a pleasure ride in the cool breeze of the day.
DAKOTA'S DAILY WALKS
As the family and Dakota settled in, my husband would take her for walks. There was a hiking trail close to the house, that they frequented.
Jack walked Dakota on the trail several times always on the leash, stopping at certain spots to rest and give Dakota a drink of water and a treat.
The next walk on the trail Jack decided to let Dakota run. He took the leash off and away she went. When he caught up with her, she was waiting for him at one of the spots they had stopped atClick here to read more.
When Dakota was brought home, she was familiarized with her new surroundings. She did the usual stiffing and smelling and gladly went to into her new yard. My husband, working from home, watched her for a moment or two and went to his office. Shortly after he sat down he heard Dakota bark. She was at the back door. Now, mind you this is not the door she went out to get to the yard. My husband let her in, took her back to the yard, looked for and open gate, a hole that sheClick here to read more.
is comes to enjoying exercising in style, this has to be the best for
both man and man's best friend! Perfect Day for a leisurely stroll
before the pavement gets to hot from the summer heat! Makes one want to
get out and join the fun doesn't it...
Authored by: Linda JangulaClick here to read more.
How many times have you spotted fleas on you dog or cat only to have them get away far too quickly ... can't see where they went? Well now you can! Or maybe your pet has a place on his/her skin that they keep scratching but you can't see anything until it becomes infected.
Hot spots, head lice or ringworm a problem and you need a little bright light. The "smartly" Lighted Flea Comb is here to help. Remember, springtime through summer are challenging times for all our family members!
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Our beautiful Red Heeler, also known as Australian Cattle Dog. They are bred for their working ability. There are two colors of Heelers, Red and Blue. They work behind the herd to keep it moving forward. They are incredibly agile and fast and very good at their job. They may nip the heels of the cow if need be, hence the Heeler part of her name. I will tell you that Dakota is a city girl and has never worked with cows. Really, the only herding she has done is to push me to theClick here to read more.