This is my amazing dog- she loves to be with her people and fiercely guards us from the squirrels in the backyard. One night two years ago, she stayed with me all night and wouldn’t leave. She knew that I was suicidal and kept me safe. I love her and I am so thankful everyday for her in my life.
Posts Categorized: Reverse Dog Shaming
Bella and Penny stopped burglars from entering our home when they first broke into our garage. They are very brave and got rewarded accordingly. No shame here!
I donate blood to dogs in need.
Sachi thinks everything is his to chew. If it’s on the floor, it’s his. If it’s on the table, it’s his. If it’s. If it’s chewed, it’s ours. But we love him more than anything!
“Even though my cataracts are bad (I’m about 90% blind) I still wag my tail every time Mommy walks into the room!
Now throw my ball! <3 – Gaelin”
On July 11th, 2007, mom was diagnosed with Stage IV Colon Cancer.
I’m a big reason why she’s still here.
No shame, all love
Meet Shadow. Thought I’d share the flip-side of dog shaming. It may not make you laugh, but it should make you smile.
I jumped in the river and was rescued by a passing stranger.
Walter is a 15 week old Border Collie/Lab/Great Pyrenees puppy who weighs about 20 lbs. He’s being adopted out through Big Fluffy Dog Rescue in Enfield, CT. We expect him to be about 60 lbs fully grown. He is extremely smart, happy, very sweet, and great with kids, cats and dogs. He is housebroken, crate trained and never ever naughty. He makes all other puppies look like evil heathens. We cannot for the life of us figure out why Walter has not been adopted yet. Walter is available through Big Fluffy Dog Rescue and is currently living in a private foster home. Click here for more information on Walter.
Due to breed restrictions my insurance is through the roof for this lady. I only wish they could meet her.