Exercise is Not Optional

In the last week my husband Donnie and I began walking our neighbor's little nine month old puppy, Stella (pictured here in the photo), a Border Collie/Terrier mix. WOW we were stunned to discover how much harder a workout is when you have a motivated and energetic dog to "walk" with, LOL! They told us... Continue Reading →

Sisco’s Sun Prairie to Santa Fe

This blog post was written in "first dog" by Meshach the Great Dane puppy: This week it is my pleasure and honor to share with you my readers someone VERY special - my Aunt Georgia also known as Sisco's Sun Prairie to Santa Fe! Her human, Crystal, says, "She's named after the painter Georgia O'Keeffe.... Continue Reading →

Three Fuzzy Four-legged Furries

This blog post was written in "first dog" by Meshach the Great Dane puppy: You know, as soon as Mom gets more caught up on all the courses she and Dr. Jeannie are working on at the American Council of Animal Naturopathy, then MAYBE she'll be able to do my typing for me here on... Continue Reading →

Play is an Important Part of Growing Up

This post was written in "first dog" by Meshach the Great Dane puppy. In the following video, you can see how I play AND how I've grown, woof! I'm as big as some full grown large breed dogs and yet I'm just a tad over 4 months old. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9m44oinZ1Ns I'm always going on about the... Continue Reading →

My Raw Fed Great Dane Dad and Friends

This post was written in "first dog" by Meshach the Great Dane puppy. Recently I got to have a reunion with my dog Dad, Dalton! He and his human (my former human) Barbie came through NM on their way to a dog show in TX. I remembered him RIGHT away wiggling all over happy to... Continue Reading →

Bringing Home a New Puppy

What you need to know ©by Kim Bloomer, VND Puppies are so cute but it does pay to know what you'll need to do in advance of ever bringing your cute little furball home You've done your homework and figured out which breed, even if it's a mixed breed, what puppy will be right for... Continue Reading →

The Nature of a Breed

Every breed has it's purpose ©by Kim Bloomer, VND So many dogs end up in shelters for the simple fact that the owner didn't understand the breed they brought home I was talking with a friend today about specific breed natures. I felt I no longer had wonderful Golden Retrievers and was handed a Neapolitan... Continue Reading →

Choosing the Right Breed

A perfect dog for your lifestyle ©Kim Bloomer, VND It's great when we see those cute puppies or amazing dogs in the movies and on TV but those dogs are highly trained or it's Hollywood magic... So, you're looking for a new dog or a puppy? If this is your first time ever owning a... Continue Reading →

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