Biting, nipping, mouthing, and grabbing are all different things, as are fighting, scuffling, and attacking. Stop over dramatizing situations, all it does is put the dogs at risk.
I will be organizing another online auction for Home Fur-Ever this July. I’m in need of items such as t-shirts, gift cards, dog items, artwork, etc to auction off. If anyone would like to donate or knows of an individual/business who would, please contact me at email@example.com
We will be raising funds to put towards the emergency medical cases we have taken in this year, including April, who was rescued from a homicide scene and had been hit by a car several weeks prior, and Toledo the bait dog who was severely beaten. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated!
Puppy got out tonight. We have a few people staying with us now, and he somehow managed to slip out when someone opened the door. He never technically left the yard, but I have a very large yard with three levels and a river. It probably only took five minutes to catch him, but it felt like forever. So scary, I’m still shaking and it was a couple of hours ago. I really don’t want to train him on the electric fence (and can’t really afford another collar for it), but I’m thinking I might have to now.
Look what came in the mail today!
YOU GUYS IT’S MY DREAM COME TRUE
will someone pleaseeee go to the zoo with me to see the penguins??
I guess Puppy is a little smarter than I give him credit for. When he’s excited (when I get home, dinner time, etc), he grabs something to carry around, sometimes a toy, but more often a pillow, the muddy dog feet towel, or shoe (usually the one I just kicked off). He’s now learned “put it back”- he’ll put whatever he has in his mouth right back where he got it. Next is to learn how to put the toys back in the toy bucket…
I really, really, really hope my new pit bull shirt gets here by Thursday so I can wear it to the WHY? concert.
This is the last thing I’m buying for a loooong time besides gas and dog food. I gave in and got it while it was on sale last week.
Me: You love your flamingo, Ducky?
Ducky: Yes. I love my flingo.
Me: Is that his leg back there?
Ducky: Don’t judge how I show my love.
Me: I love you, Ducky.
Ducky: I love my flingo.
Ducky: And you.
Puppy shows his love by practically swallowing his toys whole.
April’s leg on 4/1/13 and 6/8/13 :)
If you missed her story, April was found at a homicide scene on April 1st. She appeared to have been hit by a car several weeks prior. She suffered from a collapsed lung, severe road rash, and joint and nerve damage in her from right leg. Her leg was scheduled to be amputated, but our wonderful veterinarian decided to perform surgery instead in hopes of it healing. April was released from the veterinarian hospital after a month’s stay, and had her cast removed on 6/5/13. She’s already putting weight on her leg, and with a little more physical therapy, should have full use of it.