Today was the first day of this weekend’s intro agility trial at Club Doggie. As usual, I was very excited, and especially this time because Matt’s Grandma and cousin came along to watch. At our last trial, Matt missed our gamblers run, so I was looking forward to him being there for us. Our gamblers run proved to be very interesting to watch…
I knew May was going to be a crazy month. With the BlogPaws conference in Nashville, Matt’s graduation, agility trial, weekend events…my calendar is literally filled with at least 2-3 things a day. Wynston also get hired for TWO photo shoots last minute (and possibly a third). Here’s a look at what the next 2 weeks will be like for us:
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When I had the opportunity to read Grow Young with Your Dog (learn how you and your canine companion can feel better at any age) I jumped on it. As a sufferer of chronic pain, I figured I could learn something about myself and how to feel better physically, while also getting my dogs involved.
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I can’t imagine my home without cats AND dogs. I grew up with a cat. Just one. Her name was Koos. She died when she was 16 years old – I was 10 (RIP beautiful girl) and it was traumatizing. My whole life I’ve had cats. The first animal I adopted when I got an apartment on my own was a kitten named Edison. Since then I’ve rescued two more cats from an animal shelter.