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You may have missed. Dog List. Japanese Chin. Border Collie.Several weeks ago, my wife, Brandi, took our cat to the vet to get his annual checkup and shots. While at the office, she met a woman who was fostering a Silver Lab named Sadie. But I digress. I get it from my mom, who would bring home cats from the steel mills she worked at.
Brandi said that Sadie was skinny from malnutrition, had lost a good portion of her hair, had some other problems. We already have Fritz, who is a walking allergy. We talked for hours about the pros and cons of adopting a third dog. The lab turned out to be aggressive, and my cats were in danger with it around.
Needless to say, that lab lasted a weekend with us before the owner took it back. I was spooked about having a dog of unknown history in my house again. As any good adoption group will do, the rescue folks wanted to meet us, see our house, and meet our dogs and cats.
Sadie was in a strange place, but within an hour all three of the dogs were asleep on the floor. I took that as a good sign. If our dogs accepted her right away, there was hope.
But the cats were the big issue. Derp hissed at Sadie and ran, which was totally expected. Loki hides from his shadow and has his own bedroom for him to feel safe in, so he was the least of my worries.
Brandi was on vacation the next week, so Sadie came to stay for a few days. Derp met Sadie again and hissed at her and walked away. I was on edge, but Sadie never moved. The first night went pretty smoothly. Sadie was exhausted and slept right through it.
Tuesday came, and when I got home from work, I sat with the dogs for a bit. Derp walked up and after a few seconds of pacing, nuzzled Sadie. I was shocked, but Derp is a good judge of character for a cat. The week flew by. Sadie went on daily walks, rides, hikes, and met a whole bunch of other dogs from the neighborhood and beyond.
With us, the rest of her years will be spent living the good life with lots of love and attention right alongside Fritz, Finn, Derp, and Loki. Thank you for rescuing him.
It honestly brings joy to my heart to see such a sad story changed to a happy story and these animals deserve nothing but love especially by their pure, innocent, loving nature.She meant Rufus. Rufus is a nine-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix.
I had him DNA-tested as a surprise for my boyfriend Nigel and Daddy to the pooch just before Christmas, which, thanks to a tip-off from a colleague, I learnt is surprisingly cheap and easy to do with a simple kit that can be ordered online and sent off to a lab for analysis. Unfortunately this was not the first time either my other half or myself have had to vouch for the temperament of our extremely friendly Battersea Dogs and Cats Home rescue pet, or have noticed people crossing the road and shepherding their offspring out of the way.
We have, in the past, tried to laugh it off to avoid having to acknowledge how offensive and hurtful it is. In the meantime, how about you head home, pick up a book — put down the Daily Mail — and educate yourself on what it means to be a true dog lover. Every terrorist and serial killer was once an infant, you know. Only my lack of acting skills has prevented me from going that far. These often cite the same few breeds, including Staffies or dogs that have visual similarities to Rufus: strong, slightly stocky and with big wide mouths which on Rufus is largely used for grinning or breaking yawning records.
Rufus is always happy to make new friends with people and dogs. Of course, strangers do not know this, but that is not the point. This follows a recent report that found that of the 30 people killed by dogs since — when the legislation was introduced — 21 were by breeds not banned under the Act.
Over the past two years the RSPCA has been forced to put down healthy dogs, while Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, which is also critical of the law, has had to put down 91 in the past 12 months. But the next time you are about to cross the road or ask that offensive question, consider having a little faith in me, as an owner, and the judgement that was made when Rufus was adopted into our family. You may be pleasantly surprised.
Why should you take such a question from a stranger as a personal insult or injury? Bull terriers can be fearsome to some people and to owners of small vulnerable dogs. Sorry but I disagree. There is a negative connotation about that question. Your email address will not be published. Please note that I am unable to answer veterinary questions in comments.
If you have questions or concerns about your pet's health it is always better to contact your vet. We are often asked if Rufus is safe Unfortunately this was not the first time either my other half or myself have had to vouch for the temperament of our extremely friendly Battersea Dogs and Cats Home rescue pet, or have noticed people crossing the road and shepherding their offspring out of the way.
Rufus is a friendly, loving dog Rufus is always happy to make new friends with people and dogs.One positive is that he is getting a lot more frequent and longer walks as a result of this. The news is good- lots of dogs have stopped by these very leaves.Match the Dog to Their Owner - Lineup - Cut
Teacher-reader-writer just trying to make sense of life. Find me on Twitter greenemachine82 View all posts by Jen Greene. Love it! I love the humor, and I enjoyed many of the words you chose. Like Like.
Love this! I am sure many dogs, mine included, have been having similar thoughts. I am so thankful for these walks they take us on. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
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I run to the woods to sniff and snort and snarffle. Reading the newspaper of smells written on each leave and tree and telephone pole. Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Published by Jen Greene.
Published March 19, Love the poem. What a beautiful place to walk! Love this perspective! My dog has been making many cameos on my camera during virtual meetings.
Good dog, Murphy! Good poem! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment hereSkip to Main Content. Flick flick wrote - 09 - 23 pm. Entry tags: bob the dog. Guest Post: A Dog's Life My humans sometimes say that I have a hard life and they are quite right, even though I think that they don't really mean it when they say so.
I thought that I would tell you about how hard my life is, so that you all know about it. My humans helped me with some of the words, but only a little bit because I am a very smart dog. My humans never feed me enough, and when they do they don't give me their food, which is much nicer than my food. That is very bad, and means that I am always hungry.
Luckily, I'm a smart dog and sometimes when they leave food on the table I can eat it. They never seem to notice, as long as I do it when they aren't looking. They also don't let me have the corner of the sofa when they're both sitting on it. This is very mean, because the corners are the best bits. I have to go in the middle, and that's not as good, or go on the other sofa, which is a long way from the humans and makes it hard to cuddle them.
Sometimes one or both of the humans goes away for ages and ages. I don't like it when that happens, because the pack is supposed to stay together. How can I look after them if they aren't here?
Plus, it makes me worry that no one will feed me, particularly when the female human is the one that goes away. The female human has been behaving strangely for a few days.
She spends lots of time looking at the big screen on the wall, instead of the little screen in her hand, and pressing buttons on a thing. She says that this is a game, but I don't think that she is right because a game is what we all play together in the field, when the humans throw my toys and I run and catch them and get given sweeties.Have you ever thought of being a guest post writer?
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