Saturday, February 6, 2010

Animal Links February 6, 2010

I had to add this too.  Women posing nude on calendars for pets, I thought my posing nude on calendar days were over but maybe not.  I'M KIDDING OK!!  I can hear my kids.......

Pet Weather Vanes here.  Put Petagree as a discount code and get 10% off

My friend Bev lost her Bichon Bailey recently, I hadn't kept up with her,  :-( because her blog moved (and I am a bad person).  She has a very good pet blog and works for Iams so she has some very interesting information and lots of good links.  I haven't finished reading about what happened with Bailey because I can't (yes I'm that weak and wimpy) but she was a sweet sweet bichon with a wonderful caring owner.

100 Bully Sticks for $0.75 each, you have to buy 100 but still if you need quite a few.......

Here's an article about the search and rescue dogs who went to Haiti, it's a bit dated but interesting.  Doesn't the man in the picture have a Richard Chamberlain look about him, I don't care what Richard was he wouldn't have been if he'd stayed with Meg in the Thornbirds.....or I had gotten ahold of him.  I suppose ahold isn't a real word?  Probably some hillbilly thing because there's a red line under it in blogger?  How would Ellie May have ever catched any critters if she couldn't get ahold of em?

And pictures of the panda Tai Shan who is going to China from the National Zoo in Washington DC to help Chinas panda breeding program. You can send a panda e-card  here.

Dispatch is better.  He's eating and drinking and no more diahrrhea! 

8 comments:

mistaya's M.O.M. said...

I am glad Dispatch is feeling so much better. And thanks for the links. Hugs and wags, Mistaya

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Hello
It is me Tweedles.
I am sorry your friends doggy died.
I know her heart must be broken.
I am happy to hear that cute litte Dispatch feels better ,
love
tweedles

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Kathryn said...

YAY for Dispatch! So glad he's feeling better....(whew!)

TC said...

Thanks for the well wishes Kathryn, Mistaya and MOM and Tweedles and thanks for stopping by.
Tweedles Bev did write some more on here fire hydrant web site about Bailey. She is doing OK.

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