I've been falling down on the blogging job lately. Picked up a couple of new customers including the beautiful Mia! She is a very energetic Shiba Inu mix and she packs a lot of power into that little body!
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Not ready to adopt a dog? Maybe you can find a place in your home and heart for a cat or two.
Mohawk & Hudson River Humane Society in Menands has a large number of cats available at their shelter and Petsmart locations. Right now cats 3 years and older are free! Please click on the picture to see all of the beautiful cats that ready for a new home. One warning though, I already brought the best cat home from Mohawk 14 years ago! That would be Tigger who is the star of this post!
You can find your own Tigger at:
Mohawk & Hudson Humane Society 3 Oakland Ave Menands, NY
Friday, February 4, 2011
Update: Yes, Cheyenne is a Rhodesian Ridgeback and she is mixed with pitbull. She is one tough dog but one of the sweetest ever!
Some stats on Chey:
She is about 2 1/2 feet tall.
She is around 90-100 pounds.
She is very friendly and loves people.
She is loyal.
She is beautiful!
She also hates thunderstorms, loves to watch TV and really loves her ball but I'm not sure that helps to figure out her breed. Just love bragging about her.
Thanks to Peggy Frezon, Will My Dog Hate Me and Pup Fan for coming up with the blog hop!
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Feeling bad your dog never had a playmate in the house? A number of my customers have asked if I thought they should add another dog. My answer is always maybe.
You may have a dog that loves the dog park and everyone there. Does that mean you should get another dog?
Your dog may love the park and she may even love dogs coming to the house to play. This doesn't always mean moving one in is a great idea. Some of the little things to think about before bringing a new dog home.
- Does your dog sleep with you? Will the new dog as well?
- How is your dog with toys? They may share at the park but be possesive at home.
- What is the energy level of your dog? How about the new dog?
- How long has your dog been an only dog?
- How old is your dog? Older dogs can get stressed by a new sibling.