Sunday, September 2, 2012

Mile Square Park

Mile Square Park has miles of trails for dogs to explore on leash. Keep small dogs close and watch out for coyotes.

Friday, August 31, 2012

Australian Cattle Dog

The Australian Cattle Dog iwas bred to drive cattle over rough terrain. They are either red or blue. Other names for this breed include, Queensland Heeler, and "Blue" or "Red" Heeler. This breed is usually around 17 to 20 inches tall at the withers and 45 to 60 pounds. This is an active breed that requires daily exercise and training. This versatile breed will eagerly learn tricks, a job, or to compete in dog sports, such as agility.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Dog riding in a bike trailer

Going for a ride at the car show

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Pet Stores and Puppy Mills

Please consider adopting a dog from a shelter instead of purchasing a puppy mill puppy from a pet store. The puppy mill industry is a cruel industry. The mother dogs are kept in tiny cages and have no human contact. They are dirty, matted, and have no medical care. The owners of puppy mills are dog abusers.

Please do not buy puppy mill puppies from pet stores. They are poorly bred, sickly, and not good family dogs. If you want a puppy and can not find one at a shelter, find a responsible breeder. A responsible breeder will ask you lots of questions. Responsible breeders will not sell their puppies to just anyone and will never sell their dogs to a pet store.

For a list of responsible breeders you can contact the breed club for the breed of dog you are interested in. Breed clubs will educate you about their breed, so that you can make sure this breed is right for your family. Responsible breeders will guarantee that the dog you purchase is healthy. Pet stores and puppy mills are only interested in making money. Responsible breeders love their dogs and breed to improve the breed.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Newfoundland jumping off boat

Soaring Newfy to the rescue.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

Alaskan Klee Kia

The Alaska Klee Kia is a mini husky weighing between 10 and 40 pounds. This breed sheds, requires regular exercise, and needs to be around people.