We have some amazing news! Bella is in the running for the American Humane Hero Dog Awards! She is in the “Emerging Hero” category. Bella is the pup that started it all. We were originally known as Beautiful Bella the Blue Heeler, then expanded as we had more dogs coming through, then became the Cattle […]
Wow! Bella recently turned 14! I cannot believe it. And nor does she look it! It seems like just yesterday she was a wee little pup. Bella got a beautiful cake with her likeness drawn on the top from My Best Friend’s Barkery, a new collar, some treats, a pig’s ear (she grew up on […]
Bella was featured in the Summer version of AKC Family Dog Magazine! We were so excited to see it! Though some of the facts got majorly skewed, we’re still super excited about this opportunity 🙂
Wow! It’s almost already 2015-can you believe it? How the time flies-where does it even go?! 2014 was a pretty amazing year for us, although it was a little laid back. A year ago we wrote about some of the things we wanted to accomplish in 2014, and now is a great time to review […]
We joined Dog Walking Week with MyGBVBLife and CascadianNomads. Though we didn’t do a different route every day, we did commit to walking every day for a week. Sometimes we’ll occasionally skip a day or substitute a longer session of fetch in the yard instead of a walk, but we always do something each day. […]
Staying active and fit is very important to us. We enjoy going for almost daily walks, playing Agility, learning tricks, and more. On the days we don’t go for a walk, we do substitute playing fetch for half an hour to an hour in our backyard in addition to doing something for breakfast (whether that’s puzzle toys, […]
Today we’re going to take a break from our regularly scheduled posts and say Happy National Dog Day! Check out National Dog Day’s website, Facebook, and Twitter, and don’t forget to share pics of your furkids too! There are a number of ways to celebrate and you can find out about those here.
If you have a nervous Nellie kind of dog, here are a couple of resources which might be of interest to you: One of the books I just started reading is “Don’t Shoot the Dog!” by Karen Pyror. Something interesting in the first few pages is how trainers manage to interact with llamas. To begin with, the […]