In my travels, I am ever on the lookout for interesting pets – it allows me to converse with owners, get a rich backstory, in some cases. They are never not open and proud of their pets!
Heard this eyebrow thing on CBC Quirks and Quarks – wolves and Huskies lack this musculature. No wonder I can’t establish a good rapport with my pet wolf, Killer.
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They are loyal but, let’s face it, easily distracted.
Hey! Congratulate us! We have been searching for about 2 years for a ‘rescue’ dog for mum.
Say hello to Molly, a (sorry about this) chiweenie. Rhymes with BIKINI. Chihuahua and Dachshund mix. She is 2 years old, we think.
The above picture is my mother. I have cleverly superimposed another face (you would never have known) to protect her identity. And, yes, she is British, by birth.
It took many trips to Petsmart adoption events, the dog pound, and shelters over the last 2 years. And I know, a rescue dog should be a St bernard with a keg full of brandy.
Molly’s from California so quite used to sunny climes, not our west coast rain forest. She is very shy right now but with a lot of patience, she will start thawing out.
We are all so happy for mum and just what she wants for her retirement. Wish her good luck with her new project!
These days service dogs must be a ‘jack of all trades’ to compete.
A bit of a different format I’m playing with. Comments and complaints in the comments, as always. Oh and this really happened. He could be a really nice guy. Outside of work. ( I house sat and doggy/parrot sat for him) Inside? Mmmm, sort of a toxic person.