This is my favorite of Miss Nike's baby photos. She was about 4 months old here, and we were on a walk by the pond behind our house. Her little puppy legs were tired, so we took a quick rest beside the water. I knew even then that she was the love of my life. It's Sunday, so we're playing along with Dachshund Nola, You Did What With Your Wiener, and My Life In Blog Years for Black & White Sunday. You can play, too, simply by linking up over on any one of their ... Read More about Black & White Sunday – Baby Nike
Last week my family traveled to Branson, Missouri for a few much needed days away. While we were there, we visit the Titanic Museum Attraction, where we met Molly and Carter. Molly and Carter are Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, and they are the museum's official mascots. They pay tribute to the 10 dogs that were aboard the Titanic when it sank on its maiden voyage in 1912. Only 3 dogs survived - a Pekingese and 2 Pomeranians. The museum is amazing, filled with ... Read More about How Many Dogs Were Aboard The Titanic?
This is Sophie, a little Pomeranian therapy dog we met last week at Lodge of The Ozarks in Branson, MO. Her master has diabetes, and he says Sophie has saved his life on more than one occasion. She's a superhero in a tiny package! Today we're joining Dachshund Nola, You Did What With Your Wiener, and My Life In Blog Years for Black & White Sunday. Wanna play along? Just link up below! ... Read More about Black & White Sunday – Sophie
"We just couldn't keep him," the woman said into her cell phone. She was ahead of me in line at Target, and it was clear she was talking about a dog when she added, "So John took him to the pound last week. I know he's better off there. They'll find a good home for him, and it saves us the trouble of placing an ad and taking phone calls from strangers." I'm continually amazed at how ignorant some people are; how misinformed people can be. No pet is ever "better off" in a shelter, ... Read More about The Shocking Truth About Animal Shelters