Monday, November 30, 2009
We have had Teddie since Jun 2008 from Boxers without Borders, he was flown to Vancouver 17 Jun 2008 and I met Jennifer at the Twassassen Ferry Terminal. I wanted to say that he has brought joy to our lives and our other Boxer Gracey. I wanted to send you a picture of him, and thought maybe you could post it on your Boxers without Borders website to show him off. Teddie was 47 lbs when he arrived and now he’s a healthy 68lbs. Here is a picture, hope you like it.
Friday, November 27, 2009
Well I finally got the software for my camera to work. Here are some pics of Roger. He is still a handful but alot better, he will still benefit from dog obedience school which I am hoping to start in the New Year. He is alot better when he can got out & run laps in the yard, then he comes in and crashes in front of the fireplace. We call him our sissy california dog because he doesn't like the rain, or the wind and he has a coat he actually likes to wear. Kyla was trying costumes on him for Halloween and he loved it, he let her put anything on him, he just likes the attention.
Anyway just wanted to give u an update and some pics if u can't open them let me know.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
I just wanted to update you on the newest photo of my baby boys! Bentley is doing great! Him and Kona have had a love hate relationship! Slowly I have watched them become inseperable brothers! All is good the only thing I worry about is after long days of playing together Bentley's legs get quite stiff! I watch him struggle to climb stairs and move around the house. I have been giving him his tablets about twice a week, not sure if it helps or not! I was hoping you could send me over the vet info that worked on Bentley, I wouldn't mind bringing both of them to this vet. I also was wondering if you got the neuter certificate and immunization card, I need it to register him in Pitt Meadows and taking him over the border when we go to Birch Bay to my best friends property. If you could send me this info that would be great! Thanks, Charm
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
I know time is flying. I can't believe christmass is right around the corner. Domino is great she has quite a few friends now and has been a great addition to my life. She is so smart she figured out a away to cut our morning walk short when its cold and raining buy tangleing the leash around me to make me turn around and head home. lol. She is finally starting to gain some weight as well even though the vet said she was fine at 45lbs she still looked a little thin i think she's about 47 now and looking good. Her personality is still changing and she is still coming out of her shell.
Let me know when you guys have some time so we can maybe meet half way at a dog park or something and let them run around.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Congratulations to WBBR for another successful year of adoptions! So far this year WBBR has placed over 80 dogs into homes. I am so proud to be a part of such an amazing team! Thank you everyone for all your hard work and efforts. Go Team WBBR!!!
Friday, November 13, 2009
Glad to hear Daisy-Mae has found a good home... I will have to keep looking for a lady-friend for Mr.Duke! Here are some pictures of Duke... with his little bro, "Angus" (my mom's boston terrier), and some of him sprawled out on my bed with his yellow blanket... and some of him when we visit my parent's ranch... he absolutely loves that, and is getting used to the horses/cows/cats... but still isn't too sure when I ride my horse, he wants up too I think! Anyways, he is doing really well and has gained weight back to a healthy weight, has a great appetite, and is truly just an angel.Thanks for your help,I might keep looking on the website and bug you about a few more of the senior's status's.
Cheers,Jamie & Duke
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Wow. Time really flies. I guess adoptions will stop later this month...are you looking forward to a bit of a break? Pretty close to a year now, since you came to meet us at our house.
Here are a couple of new photos for you...She loves the wind and thinks that the swirlling leaves are great toys. She is a wonderful addition to our family - she couldn't be more loved!
Hope all is well with you,
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
This big boy desperately needs our help. He is in such a huge funk and really misses having his own people. Please spread the word. He needs our help now!
Monday, November 9, 2009
Here is our cute boy Rascal in his new home with his new baby brother, Baal. Rascal made the trip from LA to Edmonton and is living the life in the Great White North.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Here are pictures of Dawn being reunited with her brother Sully (BRLAs Tony). Dawn and Sully are 2 of the 3 severely run down mange babies that were tossed over a chain link fence and left at our vet's in LA. Along with their sister Bambi (who is now Izzy) they are all 3 Canadian citizens and doing well!
Proud Mom Lisa said the reunion was so touching! They remembered eachother instantly from their scent. Had a quick smell and immediately proceeded to cuddle!
Dawn and Sully will be kept together! What a happy ending!!
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Nice to hear from you. How are you making out in the prairies and how are your 'Prairie Dogs' adjusting?
It is almost a year since Olive emigrated (ha ha) and started retraining my husband and me to be perfectly obedient parents!!!
She is doing just wonderful, with the only exception being that she is inclined to try to eat other dogs if she feels a little off her game. I just had knee replacement which has gone just wonderfully and will be more able to keep her controlled when that is healed properly. Up to now, I've been pretty limited with arthritis and a torn cartilage in that knee. Gives her a huge advantage over me.
Otherwise she is just a dear and is happy as a clam. Has a bevy of friends and some caretakers who spoil her even more than we do ( hamburgers for lunch, front seat of the car with the husband in the back etc). She was with them when we went on a cruise. She really missed them when we got home. She is reclining on the bed now since I am on the computer. Just came back from the dog park (where there are never any issues, surprisingly) and a few errands. Her favourite thing. Looks out the window of the car with an 'I'm Olive the boxer and YOU"RE NOT' expression on her face.
Cheers from here,
P.S. Here is Madame at the dogsitter's place, helping with the gardening!!!
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