Pekingese Haven Fun Day
On the 30th of September we celebrated Pekingese Haven's 2nd Birthday with them on their Fun Day. We even got to bake them a cake :) It really was a fun day with all the little doggies at Pug Rescue's beautiful park. They had dress up competitions and all sorts of other fun activities. We took so many photos of the day we can't possibly post them all, but here are a couple... Next time you all have to join us!
The Mutts Book Launch
We were at the launch of The Mutts book on Sunday 19 November. Emma O'Brien out did herself again. Not only is this a beautiful book to look at, it also tells the inspirational stories of some awesome rescue dogs. We even got to meet some of the beautiful pooches :) Get your copy before they sell out!
Love-A-Bull SA Pitties in the Park Picnic
Hi everyone Yesterday (4 June) we supported our friends at Love-A-Bull SA at their Pitties in the Park Picnic at Gillooly's Farm. It was such a great event. All the dogs had lots of fun and Love-A-Bull received lots of awesome donations. To top it all off Lara won the Miss Love-A-Bull SA competition! Yay!
Love-A-Bull SA Fun Walk
Hi everyone The whole family went out to support cousin Lara's Pit Bull friends at Love-A-Bull SA's Fun Walk on the 7th of May. Lara and her mom even got to show off their brand new glitter bling from FriendshipCollar. Check out the photos of our walk below. Walking with Ouma Walking with Lara's mom New FriendshipCollar Glitter Range Bling Come and support Love-A-Bull SA at their Pitties In The Park doggie picnic on the 4th of June.
Dog Walks: To Shoe or Not To Shoe?
Phoebe has started 2017 with a new habit of taking morning walks. Her aunt and her cousin Lara, an American Pit Bull Terrier, joins us for these each morning. So the question is posed...should dogs wear shoes or is this just a fashion statement? Well there are a few factors to consider. Humans can walk without shoes, but in some circumstances we prefer to wear shoes for fashion purposes or in fact need to wear shoes to protect our feet. A similar principle applies to our furry friends…