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from Ruby the Whippet
Saturday March 8th, 2014 at 05:41 PMI have mentioned before that I didnt do certain parts of Silvias Agility Foundations program with Java because too many wraps slowed her down. But her wraps out of speed were beautiful, so hey, its not like she didnt know how to do it :) I decided to wait until she matures a bit more 
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Saturday March 8th, 2014 at 04:16 PMAfter the June 2013 fire, the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park is reopening for limited hours. Meanwhile, the scenic train that goes from Cañon City up the gorge and back is upgrading and hoping to get its tourist riders back. [Owner Mark] Greksa believes his yearly passenger counts will increase as he continues to add amenities. Last year, he let passengers pay to ride in the locomotive next to the engineer. He also eliminated the train's "concession car," which offered only vended foods to...
from PetsitUSA Blog
Saturday March 8th, 2014 at 03:20 PM
Over the past month or so PetsitUSA has undergone some reworking. You may not notice the differences, but the coding will make the site more secure and increase search engine rankings. If you are looking to join, then you can get a discount by submitting blog posts about pet sitting. These posts will also help increase the city rankings.
There have been some great contributions over the past few months. This offer was made in the fall, and it resulted in some excellent posts. It would be great...
from Daily Hailey
Saturday March 8th, 2014 at 02:53 PMThe Swedish qualification to the Eurovision Song Contest is finished as of tonight. Sandra Nielsen won with a slow song that I cannot remember. I guess most Swedes wanted it to win, but the international jury groups was more into Ace Wilder, who ended second. I did not vote. I will never vote, unless there is a good song about a dog or dogs. I wonder why noone ever writes such a song. There are so many songs about love, but not about the love of a dog. Well, miracles may happen another year.
from Bocci's Beefs
Saturday March 8th, 2014 at 02:24 PMI really love my Parental Unit!Note to Parental Unit: "I hate to play pop psychologist, but isn't this called 'Projection', or at the very least, wishful thinking?"Sincerely,Your faithful dog, BocciNow here's a kitty who really does seem to love his parental unit... Saturday March 8th, 2014 at 02:00 PMThis post first appeared on Saturday, March 9th , 2013. Because I am too lazy to create anything new, I am repeating it today with a slight modification. Daylight Savings timearrives for those in the U.S, (and other places in the Northern Hemisphere), . at2:00am Sunday, March 9th! What does it mean for me? Doesn't matter......my sleep routine will NEVER change! Saturday March 8th, 2014 at 01:53 PM
Even if your dog spends most of his time inside the house, your backyard belongs to him. It should be a pleasant place where he can eat, play with his favorite toys, sleep, bask in the sunshine and even frolic in the rain.
Its your job to make sure that he can do all this and more in a safe environment, where wild animals that might harm him find it almost impossible to get in, and where plants that might cause him problems are nowhere to be found. Even more importantly, youll need to make it...
Saturday March 8th, 2014 at 01:41 PMBenny was born about January 2010 to a breeder in the Ross County Ohio area. In the March - April time frame Benny was sold to a family in the Frankfort, Ohio area. This family was not experienced with Basenjis and their behavior. In October 2010, Benny was found by the dog warden near Franklin, Ohio, where he had been dumped, and was taken to the Ross County Humane Society in Chillicothe, Ohio. Angie Raney, Benny's foster Mom, relates: "About a year after Benny was adopted, Kevin was...