Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Determination.

This dog has it.


Thursday, June 16, 2011

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Dogs dieing mysteriously in the Uk.

Dog owners have been urged to be vigilant after a number of pets mysteriously died after using a popular walking spot.

Officials suspect the animals may have been poisoned but no-one knows if they were deliberately targeted or died by accident.

The deaths have left families in the village of Cross Hills, North Yorkshire, extremely anxious about their pets.

In almost all instances, the dogs collapsed and died within minutes of returning from a walk along a tree-lined footpath which leads down to fields by a lake.

The RSPCA has put the number of deaths at eight, although there could be more dog owners who have been affected but who have not come forward yet.

RSPCA spokeswoman Leanne Plumtree said: "We thought it was probably an isolated thing at first but then we heard about more and more dogs getting poisoned in the area.

"Not all of the dogs have been referred to the RSPCA. We have been working with two vets in the area who have confirmed the deaths.

"We are really concerned that people stay out of the area with their pets.

"This particular footpath seems to have been pinpointed in an area where a lot of dogs are walked. But we don't know for sure where they have picked this up from or what they have picked up."

Miss Plumtree said that the dogs had very quickly shown symptoms after being walked, convulsing and frothing at the mouth before dying.

She added: "It is obviously very distressing for the dog owners.

"They are extremely worried and until we can pinpoint what has caused this, dog owners are being told to stay away.

Vets are carrying out post-mortem examinations to try to pinpoint the exact cause of death.

Eileen Johnson's Jack Russell, Diesel, was one of the first dogs to die when he collapsed just ten minutes after returning home from a walk.

Mrs Johnson, 71, had put the kettle on after the walk when she heard a thump and turned around to see her six-year-old pet having a fit.

She told the Daily Mail: "We walk the fields five days a week and I can't believe this has happened.

"He was a lovely, lively little thing. He had never been ill and then he died so suddenly as if someone just came in and shot him in front of my eyes

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Epic dog

all i can say is epic dog

Shocking Russian Game

i don't know if you already seen it i got linked to it and find it very disturbing that people could do this to dogs

what do you think
video in the link below

http://theync.com/media.php?name=21663-dogs

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Man Arrested for Trying to Break in and take Dog from Pound

SACRAMENTO—
A man, reportedly intoxicated, tried to break into animal control after officers took his dog away.

Early Thursday morning Timothy Parkinson was arrested for outstanding warrants and having an open container of alcohol. Animal control officers showed up and took his dog for safekeeping.

Later in the morning, around 7:30 a.m., Parkinson had been released from jail and drove onto the sidewalk and blocked the entrance to the Sacramento City Animal Care Services building along Front Street. Cops say he then started yelling and banging on the door, breaking a lower window pane.

Cops were called and arrested Parkinson again, this time for vandalism and DUI.

Would you do the same if police took your pet away?

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

My new pet

after the loss of my friend i thought i could never own a other pet
when you wake up and their is nothing there to greet you
so we thought we go look at the local animal shelter
and yes there was a another shepperd a groenendaler

a little bit stupid for 6 months old but he wants to learn so thats a great + so after filling in the papers and waiting for 1 day i finally got him deliverd to my home


Thursday, March 10, 2011

Dog Trainer Saves Dog With CPR

A man breathed life back into a seemingly dead dog, and it was all captured on video.

Ron Pace, owner of the Canyon Crest Training Center for dogs in Tacoma, Wash., didn't even hesitate when one of his K-9 students, Sugar, suddenly collapsed.

"I noticed right then he wasn't breathing," Pace said.

The facility began recording the incident to give to the pooch's veterinarian.

The dog trainer quickly begins chest compressions on the 4-year-old Boxer, the nearly eight-minute-long video shows, while Sugar's owner, Tiffany Kauth, cries hysterically off-camera.

Pace admitted he did not know how to perform CPR on a dog. The video shows him pushing down on the animal's chest several times before adjusting its tongue, holding its mouth shut and breathing once into its nose.

"It may have not been the correct way to do it and the way that they teach," Pace said. " it's the outcome that's what was important."

After a few more chest compressions and almost two minutes of not breathing, Sugar's chest can be seen rising and falling again in the video. A few minutes later, with his owner beside him, the dog stands, clearly frightened after his ordeal.

"He's amazing," Kauth said of Pace, who has been training dogs since 1976.

The Winner of the give away thread is

first of all want to say sorry for not updating my blog
been a bit down lately of the loss of my friend

but we i want to say the winner is WagDatto if you can send me an email on this email
sabrinaeckhart2@gmail.com
and pm your adress i will ship everything as fast as i can out to you
btw you won all 3 prices

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Sad Day for me

9 years of life left me today. My best friend Boy passed away in my arms. He looked up at me and 2 breaths later he left us forever.

Today I am devastated, Im heart broken and heavy chested. I lost the best friend I could ever ask for. He was the only one that was always there when I walked in the door. I get up at 5 every morning and every morning he was up with me to sit with me while I had my morning coffee

For people who are not pet owners you may think this guy is being a sap but Boy was a part of my life. He was so loved and today is a very sad day in our house.

I know he loved being here. He was never neglected and was always the center of attention. Boy was always there to listen and he never got angry at anyone or anything.

Boy loved chasing his ball, eating his treats, going for walks and so much more. I know this may be a little boring to many of you but I just needed to get my words out. However i know other pet owners will understand.

Anyways I know there isnt a lot here but writing at the moment is very difficult. I just needed a place to release some words for my pouch.

Boy I love you, miss you and will never forget you.



Boy I love you, miss you and will never forget you.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Don´t buy a new pet adopt one

i want to bring to your attention villalobos

Villalobos Rescue Center works ceaselessly to give pitbulls another chance in life. Each and every dog taken in gets spayed or neutered and is given any medical treatment necessary. We work patiently to reacclimatize fearful dogs to the loving care of a human, so that they may eventually be adopted. In some cases, these dogs have never had a kind word or touch, and it is a slow process. After determining temperaments and compatibility factors, we begin that long search for the perfect home.
The placement process is extremely slow. Unfortunately, pit bulls are their own worst enemy — their loyalty and devotion make them the perfect victim. Have we already forgotten about Petey? He was the loyal ring-eyed dog of the Little Rascals. Yes, Petey was a pit bull! You see the dogs themselves haven't changed — we have!
We've turned these all-American family dogs into the killing machines. It is our responsibility to turn this around. We owe it to them. After all, aren't they man's best friend?
On any given day, VRC cares for between 150 and 200 pit bulls here at our 10-acre facility. As you can imagine, the costs associated with running an operation of this magnitude are overwhelming. Our monthly operating expenses have now increased to $15,000, and our vet bills stay at an average of $5,000.
Here nestled in the hills of the high desert, dogs who have suffered in silence will never hear another gun shot or the siren of a pursuing police car. Every night they will fall asleep to the yipping of coyotes and the soothing hoot of the owl. They are safe and content. The only thing missing is a home of their own. Please help us to help them.

so i susggest if you want to adopt a pit do it from villalobos

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

the give away thread

ok this is the give away blog
so we are giving away 3 prices

what you have to do is link us to your pets in a crazy pose we give the entry´s an number and let random.org choose 3 numbers and of those 3 numbers
we give out a 1e price 2e price and a 3e price

i have a list of followers who have followed me from the beginning the 106 followers that i have are capable of winning the prices other followers have to wait to the next give away

the give away ends on 7 march

this are the prices you can win
1e price a dog or cat bed
2e price a laser toy for cat or dog
3e price an ingraved dog or cat collar




almost reached 100 followers

when i reach 100 followers i will be doing a give away of several cool dog gadgets

but i will post more information on that

Monday, February 21, 2011

Pitbull honored as hero

A 5 year old pitbull mix named Maya has been honored by the Animal Miracle Foundation. Maya has been named the foundation’s Hero Dog of 2011!

Without the help of this amazing pitbull mix, her owners attacker may have never been caught! A drop of blood above Maya’s right eye was later tested for DNA by investigators, which led to the arrest of Anthony Easley. His preliminary hearing is pending.

The Animal Miracles Foundation which honored Maya is a non-profit that aims to improve public awareness about pet and wildlife issues.

In addition to saving her owner from a violent attack, Maya “is a testament to the fact that the pit bull dog breed can be hero dogs just like any other breed,” Colleen Paige, founder of the group, said in a statement.

Mayas owner, Angela Marcelino, adopted Maya from Humane Society Silicon Valley when the dog was 3 months old. She’s proud Maya is being honored but was not surprised when the dog tried to protect her early on the morning of June 17.

This goes to show you pitbulls are good dogs just like any other breed. Without the help of this pitbull, Ms. Marcelino could have been assaulted by her attacker.

Way to go Maya! Dog’s like you rock!

Friday, February 18, 2011

No Dogs today but we are talking about Cats today

so in december last year i rescued a kitten from around 6 months old from the streets
it was in horrible condition it weight 1,050 grams when weighed by the local vet and after a bath to take the fleas away the vet examined her i could take her home to my house and now i did´nt take any pictures when she was in such conditions so i took some pics today to show you

she gained a lot of weight now she weighs around 2.4 kilos now

Thursday, February 17, 2011

50 followers ty

i would like to say thx to all the people that follow my blog to reach the milestone
of 50 followers i hope you stick with me to the next milestone 100 followers

Pit Bulls Save Chihuahua from Near-Fatal Coyote Attack

AMAZING, HERO, DOGS

Courtesy Janis Stephenson
A regular morning romp through the yard turned into a nightmare for a young Chihuahua named Buster when he was suddenly attacked and taken by a wild coyote in the suburban town of Littleton, Colo. But thanks to two brave pit bull neighbors, the dog survived the frightening encounter and is on the road to a recovery.

Four-year-old Buster had just returned from his morning walk with mom Jodi Robinette on July 31, but wanted a little more play time outside. Having already checked the surroundings of her back yard, Robinette felt it safe to let Buster burn off some active energy while she kept an eye out from her living room couch. But not even 30 seconds later, Robinette was back on her feet.

"I heard him scream like I've never heard an animal scream before," Robinette tells PEOPLEPets.com. "I instantly knew that an animal got him."

After spotting a tail turn the corner of her house, Robinette sprinted to the front of the yard and saw the coyote running off with Buster in his mouth. While Robinette was in pursuit, a pair of pit bulls were on neighborhood watch and ran toward the coyote, on a mission to rescue the poor dog from the vicious abductor. Realizing he was outnumbered, the coyote released Buster and ran off.

"The pits followed my dog underneath a bush, guarding him," Robinette recalls. "[They] lay next to him, licked him and protected him."

Robinette, a neurosurgery coordinator, wrapped the gravely injured canine in a towel and rushed him to Columbine Animal Hospital. Immediately treated for pain and shock, Buster was scheduled for surgery on Aug. 2 to repair damage to his chest wall on both sides. Dr. Lee Bregitzer performed the operation, and is happy to report that Buster is well on the road to recovery — thanks to the quick thinking of the neighboring dogs.

They were "guardian angels for her dog," Dr. Bregitzer says, "disguised as pit bulls."

Robinette has nothing but praise and gratitude for the heroic canines, who stepped in quicker than she ever could have.

"[They] were looking out for Buster's best interest against the coyote," Robinette says. "They were looking out for my dog.

Monday, February 14, 2011

I don´t Support dog fighting

I DO NOT SUPPORT ANY FORM OF DOG FIGHTING
No matter if you call it a roll, a match, or a gametest, if you believe there is even one good reason to throw two dogs in the pit and watch them tear each other apart, or if you admire the work of dogmen to preserve the original purpose of the breed, you are not at the right place.