Some have said how about being a dog photographer
What could be better than being outdoors with shorts a baseball cap (to protect my little head) and hanging out with dogs. With everyone having a smart phone and being able to snap pictures at any given moment makes it very convenient but that alone does not make for a photographer. Taking great pictures is not necessarily a skill that everyone possesses and the need for professionals in all areas is still greatly needed. And you better pay up! Of course there is subject m
What a great houseguest!
The house is quiet or should I say too quiet. Having Finn and Fergus for the last few years has been relatively quiet until I get home. I guess my arrival is that exciting that Fergus and Finn get a bit loud and the noise subsides upon my releasing the gate. Then they run and wrestle and finally pay me some attention. With Nike at the house (a Labradoodle) it was lively at times and I would say the energy level was taken up a notch or two. This was our first overnight at
Loving the dog and the dream
There are a lot of reasons why people have a dog and no one reason is better than another's. For love or companionship or sport or to assist those who need guidance in their everyday lives. If you were to ask me why I have dogs the reason is pretty simple...for love and I am sure that is the driving reason you also have dogs in your lives. In my life they are my purpose for being. They are why I get up in the morning and how I discovered "myself". Every one's self-discov
Do dogs chew gum?
Dogs have great noses and I don't think anyone would disagree. I guess like people some have a better sense of smell than others and some dogs act on what they smell (like a chicken bone under a bush or candy stuck to a sidewalk) and it is in their mouth before you can say sh*t! I have 2 dogs that seem to really like gum and I will explain. Our first experience was when a good friend of mine gave me this tub of bubble gum and it was about half full and I do like gum so it
MOJO and Mr. Joey Wagner. A great duo!
So I came across a story from 2013 about a Pitt Bull (his name is now MOJO) and a man named Joey Wagner and how love and compassion can change and save the life of a dog that certainly had a very uncertain future. Mojo was used as a bait dog in a dog fighting circle and with additional health issues was seriously thought not to have a future at all. But with the help of Mr. Wagner and Baie Ste Marie Animal Hospital Mojo not only survived but has thrived and is living a happ