Tags » Dogs » Page 2

Sam: A Shaggy Dog Story by Sally Cronin

Sally is a nutritional therapist, and a truly gifted person who has worked in a variety of professions, travelled around the world, and written several ‘how to’ books on various subjects ranging from health to micro-management. 169 more words


Where In The World?

It’s Saturday. Time to guess where I am.

Oh me. Oooo la la. They love me here.

What You Learned Today:

The Scottie Chronicles

If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went. ― Will Rogers and Green Bean and Red Potato Salad

Rick and I have been toying with the idea of getting a dog. Men, at least those in my life, often lean towards more substantial animals like retrievers or mastiffs leaving women to defer to smaller breeds like Yorkies or some of the hybrid versions like doodles (Dachshund/Poodle mix) or dorkies (Dachshund/Yorkshire Terrier mix). 1,411 more words


Race Report : Three Forts Challenge Half Marathon, Worthing, 3rd May 2015

To summarise, the Three Forts Challenge is an exceptionally friendly event set in a picturesque location….the latter point is based on my knowledge of the area as opposed to my experiences on the day since the majority of the run was encased in fog! 641 more words


She Can't Hear

I am beginning to get a bit surly.

First of all, my Beloved and a substantial chunk of her family leapt aboard an airplane and flew to Lake Placid, Fla yesterday to attend a fund-raising golf scramble for Ranee. 1,110 more words


We Could Learn a Lot from Cats

I feel that animals, in general, have a lot to teach us. Dogs can teach us loyalty and unconditionaly love. Birds can show us the joy of flight and caring for their young. 334 more words

The sun really did come out tomorrow!

Figuratively, anyway. We’re still stuck in a long stretch of gray, rainy days. Thanks to those who cheered me on after my rough day! Yes, after my (very) early start yesterday, things got much better. 224 more words