A few days ago now, one of our dogs went missing. Blue is a male Australian cattle dog (although he more so resembles a dalmatian due to his markings) and is about a year-and-a-half old. We have three dogs, and they sleep in cages in our garage at night. In the morning, when we let … More Finding unity in community
A little while back, I wrote a post regarding cats and some quirky things about them that aren’t exactly common knowledge. They’re mysterious and majestic creatures, and I happen to friggen love cats, hence the awareness post. I also happen to friggen love dogs, and because I don’t want to discriminate, I figured it is … More How well do you know your pup?
Puppies are, put simply, a shit load of work. They’re essentially like a baby in regards to their need to receive attention and love, and they’re also similar to babies in the sense that they require constant supervision and designated feeding times. My family and I got a puppy just over a week ago. He … More The reality of raising a puppy
I can’t say I have a favourite breed of dog. I love dogs, regardless of the breed, and I truly believe them to be blessings which we as humans are not deserving of. While I feel bad saying I prefer any dog breed over another, I do have a bit of a bias towards one … More This is why your next dog should be a blue heeler
Chances are, at some point in your life, you’ve made use of a dog leash. Even if you don’t have a dog, leashes can serve a variety of purposes if you’re creative enough with them, depending on what you have in mind. Normally speaking, though, dog leashes are for what the term encompasses; dogs. And, … More Making dog leashes with … apples?
Dogs, if you have or have ever had one, are one of life’s biggest blessings. They truly are some of the most loving, loyal, and special animals to walk the earth, hence why losing them is a loss that cuts so deep. My family and I lost our dog Sam several years ago now. He … More The harsh reality of losing a dog
Dogs are pretty great. They’re easily one of my favourite species of animals, and considering my family has always had a dog on the farm, I honestly struggle to imagine my life without one. My current dog, Jake, is my best friend. He and I have a bond that I’ve never shared with another animal … More How well do you really know your dog?
My entire life, I have always stressed that only dog people are able to comprehend how difficult is to have a furry friend leave you. My family lost one of our pups, Sammy, a blue heeler, roughly a year-and-a-half ago. It was quite honestly one of the most difficult experiences I have had to endure, … More Can losing a dog be harder than losing a person?