About 6:30 this morning our two dogs, who sleep in the kitchen at night, began quietly woofing. Thinking they wanted to go outside to relieve themselves I got up and opened the kitchen door for them. However they chose to remain inside, so I closed the door and returned to bed. … Continue reading →
Amber came to us through Golden Retriever Rescue Inc (GRR) Sydney NSW Australia when a workmate showed me an ad in the Qantas Bulletin Board. Our first Golden Retriever (GR) Chelsea was getting on with age and we needed to implement our Succession Plan. For five years we had Chelsea … Continue reading →
Last night we were watching a video of Jan Fennell, the dog listener, and almost fell off the couch when she used the term multi-pedigree when referring to a client’s dog. The dog was obviously of doubtful parentage – the sort of dog I would normally have referred to as … Continue reading →
It’s just on two weeks since we discovered Chelsea collapsed on the kitchen floor. As the vet predicted, she has been slowly improving and is now eating almost normally again.
Chelsea is recovering from what the vet believes is most likely Vestibular Syndrome.
We have three dogs: Chelsea, the largest; Amber, in the middle; Jackie, the smallest. We have three dog-beds: A large one; A middle-sized one; A small one. Which bed do they use?
As the cold of winter deepens the dogs look for extra warmth. Here’s the latest idea.
Evan has a craving for teppanyaki, so we have an excuse to test-drive the new patio. He brings his dogs Bo and Sheba and girlfriend Angela.