Are you depressed?
Life is too hard?
There is no escape for you?
There is always a light at the end of the tunnel!!!
Smile! You will feel better!
joi, 29 mai 2008
I love dogs and I just can’t imagine life without the companionship of a loyal, beautiful, smart dog. All my life I raised and enjoyed the company of dogs.
When I was a child I had a smart little Papillon dog named Cora, then, after Cora died we adopted Tasha, a very playful and noisy Bichon. When I grew up and moved out with my boyfriend we wanted a more imposing dog and we adopted Twix, a beautiful Boxer. This was not such a good idea, even though we loved him very much, Twix was a big dog and a little bit crazy, he needed a lot of space cause he loved running very much. When we found out that we will have a baby we had to give away Twix to someone who had a big yard, because he kept knocking us down.
After my baby was born we did a lot of research because we realized that having a dog is wonderful, but it is very important that the dog you choose to adopt fits into your house and schedule. Otherwise life can be tough for both the owner and the dog. We finally chose to adopt a very cute French bulldog, Chayenne. She is very sociable, she loves children very much, she is very affectionate and loyal, she is the perfect dog for us and I hope she’ll live one hundred years!
miercuri, 28 mai 2008
They are famous and they love dogs, so they have all our admiration.
1. The most famous celebrity pet is of course Tinkerbell, the cute Chihuahua of Paris Hilton. And I say very famous because the cute little Tinkerbell is always in the spot lights and he's very spoiled. He has his own wardrobe and a diamond collar.
2. Jessica Biel has a beautiful pitbull named Tina. Beautiful and courageous!
3. Jennifer Aniston and her Welsh corgi-terrier mix, Norman, often take long walks on the beach of Malibu. They even posed together for Elle magazine.
sâmbătă, 24 mai 2008
duminică, 18 mai 2008
Old dogs, as well as old people, need extra care and attention.
For dogs old age begins at 7 years for the big dogs, and at 10 years for the small dogs.
Dogs slow down with age, they exercise less, their hair gets grizzled, and sometimes they become grumpier. Older dogs need your understanding and compassion.
If you have a wonderful dog companion that reached the age of seven you should take it to the vet for a full examination. The vet might start a “senior care” program.
You should also change and control the food you give to your older dog. Older dogs tend to become obese and this is not at all good for their health. So control their portions and start a senior diet, with more soft food because their teeth might be more fragile.
Be very tolerant to your older dog.
Dogs are such good and loyal friends and we owe them a beautiful old age.