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on Tuesday August 21st, 2012 at 04:26 AM
Well, were in the thick of summer and no doubt youre probably ready to get away for bit. Heres a great idea that Im sure will work for you, your family, and your dog. The best adventures and best times, as Im sure everyone would agree, are the times that include thelove and companionshipofyour dog. Plan an awesome Summer or Autumn road trip with your dog!
A very affordable, and super fun option is to plan a getaway for a three or four day weekend, and to someplace altogether...
on Friday May 4th, 2012 at 01:07 AM
This weeks spotlight is on another of our Smile for a Cure photographers Kelly Schulze. Kelly was the top fund raiser in the first Smile for a Cure promotion in 2011.
Smile for a Cure Bo and Delilah by Mountain Dog Photography
Name of business
Mountain Dog Photography in Monkton, Vermont
Favorite subjects to shoot
Animals of course! Wild and domestic animals provide a continuous challenge.
Are you exclusively a dog photographer or do you do other subjects?
Ive photographed dogs, cats, horses,...
on Tuesday May 1st, 2012 at 01:48 AM
I received a contact form one day from Christine asking if we had any running clothes in our store. She told me that she was going to run a marathon in honor of a dog she has lost to cancer. As our conversation via email grew, I learned more and more of her Abbey and the hurt Christine still feels from her loss. I asked her to share her story with us, here it is:
Our yellow lab Abbey died on March 9, 2011. She was 12 1/2 when she passed ofhermangeosarcoma.
Abbey, the light of the Risi family,...
on Saturday April 28th, 2012 at 01:28 AM
For the past three years our LA Chapter coordinator, Tish Grabar has been going to this expo and doing an excellent job of reaching out and educating people about canine cancer. Shes also cried with people who have lost their dogs and shared their stories. She and her team of volunteers did another great job this year, heres what she has to say about the expo:
The LA Chapter of the National Canine Cancer Foundation was proud to be an exhibitor at the Americas Family Pet Expo in Costa Mesa on...
on Friday April 27th, 2012 at 04:00 AM
The Smile for the Cure fund raiser is the brain child of Nunthany Johnson. Two times a year, a group of photographers across the country donation 100% of their session fees to the NCCF. Since Smile for a Cure started in 2011 it has raised$12,756 to fight canine cancer!
I would like to introduce you to all the Smile for a Cure photographers so, I thought there was no better place to start than with the organizer of this great fund raiser, Nunthany!
Georgia by Nunthany Johnson Photography
on Saturday April 14th, 2012 at 12:23 AM
We received a quick contact form today with a short message that I wanted to share with you:
We recently lost our St. Bernard, Holly, and my daughter has a blog. Today she painted the sweetest tribute to our girl Holly. I thought you might all appreciate it Her blog isRosehilldesigns.blogspot.com (April 12, 2012 post)
I loved the art work it was a nice tribute and it made me smile. We all have different ways of saying goodbye, dealing with our loss and making a tribute. I love it when...
on Tuesday March 20th, 2012 at 11:12 PM
Abby and her certificate of courage
In December of 2005 Edward and Sharon Ostrowski adopted Abby, a female beagle, from a rescue in Illinois. Abby was one of the many helpless animal victims from Hurricane Katrina. Her years prior to the Ostrowski home remain a mystery; with numerous signs showing her life may have been a very rough road. Abby settled into the good life enjoying cuddling with her new owners, playing with their 3 grandkids and her feline friend Minnie. She is a very smart...
on Wednesday March 14th, 2012 at 11:29 PM
Lotto enjoying his Birthday cake with Mom, sister Flyer and foster brother Max
Every year for his birthday, Lotto hosts a party at K-9 Playtime and instead of gifts, he requests donations to go to a worthy cause. This year Lotto turned 10 and decided that his birthday gifts would go to the National Canine Cancer Foundation in memory of a number of his friends who were lost to cancer. He worked for his whole birth month to raise funds for NCCF and he raised $535.00!
Raffle for the birthday...
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