Inmates for dogs and dogs for PTSD veterans It’s a win-win-win. The dogs leave “death row” in a shelter where they were the inmates and go a prison where humans are the inmates. Behind those bars the dogs and the humans rehabilitate each other and train for life out
Afraid this is a typical our dog world day … A couple weeks ago the dogs let us sleep in. Go figure. Sometimes the dogs begin the “it’s a new day people” routine a bit after 5 a.m. That Friday was different, at least in the “let’s get up people”
Dog walks each Friday morning – Unless the weather is truly horrible, every Friday morning is spent in the woods with the dogs. With more than one on leash, I seldom carry a camera.
Fireworks phobia in dogs – Of our current pack of 13 canine rescues, I know at least half are afraid of thunder and gunfire. Probably as many are upset by fireworks. We live in a rural area, miles from any fireworks shows. However, the sounds of fireworks carry and
Foto Friday – Another Show-up Dog Thirteen dogs call our place home We are over our limit. There’s no more room at the inn. So, here comes another. He’s a Pit. He’s about a year old. He’s a super sweet dog. Shots and worming = done. Message to the universe
Dog is love: easy When asked to write about “dogs and love,” of course, it was easy because dog is love. When I was a boy, living in the Western N.C. Mountains, there was always a dog around — flop-eared hounds, collies, herd dogs. We had a husky mix named Sheba