Here’s another gem I got from one of the various Sheltie lists to which I belong. I’m not sure that I agree with everything the writer says, or if she covered all aspects of the subject, but I thought it was worth our readers’ attention. What do you think about this subject?
Pet Nail Biting: Necessity [...]
I got this from one of the Sheltie mailing lists to which I subscribe and thought it would be of interest to our readers. It’s probably copyrighted, so I’ll point you to the original location and ask that you at look at it there: http://humanewatch.org/index.php/site/post/what_i_learned_at_the_dog_show/
The original article has some cute photos that accompany it, but [...]
This post is going to be a mix of what’s new in Sheltie Rescue and what’s up with where we sleep at night.
First, here’s a photo of Jim with his new and improved knee! (It’s the naked one.)
Last night I slept upstairs in the bedroom with Jim and Tommy, Skyler, Lucky, Jill, Tigger, Star, [...]
For a number of weeks now, Barbara and I have been sleeping on separate floors of our 3-story house. Most of the time, she sleeps on the couch in the family room on the main floor, while I (if I’m not out of town somewhere) usually sleep in the bedroom on the upper floor. We [...]
Friday Jim went and got his knee repaired by Dr. Vernon Cooley in a short surgery, although, arriving there at 8:15am and leaving at 2:30pm would hardly seem short. The surgery itself was only about a 15 minute procedure. The preparation was much longer and recovery especially long because Jim, who wanted to [...]
Paxton is a 20 month old pitbull mix who lost his owner due to a sudden and unexpected death. Despite Paxton’s strength and appearance he is not only very loving but also a bit sensitive. It takes Paxton a little time to get to know each person. In this way he’s kind of like a [...]