Monday, December 29, 2014

Eve's Happy Ending

Cocker Spaniels are very smart and love to work. Cockers are hunters by their DNA.They run through the most difficult terrain  to flush out game for hunter, As a pet you have to give them plenty of exercise.  Carol did  tell me that Eve likes to go across the street to chase the neighbors cat. That were her breeding is the reason, otherwise Eve is a happy Eve was a dog who wandered around Riverside and was found as a stray. The pound has a policy if a stray come the put her down.  Second Chance Recuse got her and saved her by hours away from from dieing. Carol one of my neighbors adopted her and now her life is sweet. When the pound picked her up she was pregnant. Many stray dogs are raped when the come in heet. Eve was moved to Santa Barbra and gave birth to four  darling pups. All the pups found homes. Eve is beautiful and she has the longest eye lashes I have ever seen on a dog.
Eve is a little shy at first but quickly she warms up to you. Carol walks Eve twice a day on our beach. Eve is very bounded to her new family.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Decan The Bernese Mountain Dog

There are not many of these dogs in my area so when I saw one I just had to meet him. These majestic beautiful dogs are a breed for herding and guarding. Their immense size makes the breed perfect and happy to work. I fell in love with this handsome sweetheart of a dog. He was two and still a puppy when he started digging with Bud. I couldn't hardly believe the size of his paws! Bernese Mountain dogs are from the Swiss Mountains and they are great on farms. They love to work. They pull carts and are used in rescues in the snow. They dig faster than men and are good at helping humans. The breed is docile and good with children, tolerating them climbing over them. Meeting Decan was a thrill. These dogs are amazing gentle giants. Ann, his person, promised to bring him back soon. I miss him. He had fun playing with Bud.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Safe Harbor Lab in San Diego

I love this organization. They twice gave me money to help with paying for Bud's two surgeries. Check them out and donate if you can, because without their help, I probably would not have had Bud as my Service Dog. They are dedicated people, who network throughout the country, helping Labs. Below is link to their home page. While you are there, take a look at the dogs they have up for adoption. Unfortunately, the older dogs are harder to place. If you have room in your heart and your home for another angel to come into your pack, consider something other than puppy.

Check them out. We love them.