Tink took her second trip to the beach this morning, and it was so
fun (and funny) that I had to tell you about it.
Before we got her, Tink hadn't been to the beach yet, at all, even though she only lived a few blocks away.
Kanga, of course, thinks the beach is where she should be all the
time. She would stay all day long if she could.
The first time we all went, Tink included, Tink mostly ran around
our ankles. She couldn't seem to figure out… Continue
Added by James Jacobson on April 29, 2010 at 9:30pm —
REMEMBER ME WITH LOVE NOT TEARS AND THINK OF ALL THE HAPPY YEARS.WHEN I WAS SICK,YOU WERE BY MY SIDE,YOUR TEARS AND FEARS YOU TRIED TO HIDE.I KNOW YOU DID THE BEST FOR ME, GOD ABOVE WAS CALLING ME.THE TEARS WITH TIME WILL GO AWAY,BUT THE LOVE WE SHARED WILL ALWAYS STAY.NOW THE LORD HAS SET ME FREE,THIS IS HOW I WANT YOU TO REMEMBER ME.ONE DAY IN THE FUTURE,JUST OVER THE RIDGE,I:LL BE WAITING FOR YOU,STANDING ON THE RAINBOW BRIDGE.THE GENTLE BREEZE THAT MAKE THE CHIMES SING THAT WAS ME,I WAS… Continue
Added by bill cronin on April 29, 2010 at 10:06am —
Benson has been a pretty good puppy---easy to train, very easy going and will do almost anything you want-as long as he can figure out what it is you want! We've not had problems with him getting in the trash or stealing food off counters or tables. He is tall enough now to take things off tables without much effort.
The other morning, I left a half of a box of Froot Loops on the kitchen table and set off to get ready for work. When I came out to the kitchen, I noticed the box was… Continue
Added by Jill Stout on April 28, 2010 at 4:50pm —
There are nearly 100 homes in my neighborhood, and five
of them belong to Maltese (dogs).
Kanga loves her little white friends, but she doesn't look
anything like them. We keep her in super-short cut, and they
all have traditional long, lovely locks.
Our neighbors spend hours each week brushing that long hair.
Kanga spends hours at the beach. When it's time to go home,
she knows she's in for a… Continue
Added by James Jacobson on April 28, 2010 at 11:50am —
What a lovely photo of you and your two dogs, tinkerbell is settling in fine with Kanga, . My dog Mandy ,is also a barker, and I mean a barker,,,,,,everybody who goes past our gate and of course the Postman,he gets the worst of it..why is is dogs have a thing about Postmen? I watched something on TV a few nights ago and it came from near "Maui" and I thought of you.. Have a good weekend,,,,,…
Added by hazel Dunn on April 22, 2010 at 11:04am —
James, your Tinkerbell is adorable...I also have a Tinkerbell (a rat terrier) five years ago the breeder was going to put her down because she was born with out a tail, well when i met her when she was five weeks old I fell in love with her and so did my Basenji so we bought her and took her home.. sadly our Basenji passed away last year but we remember him with so much LOVE.. Tinkerbell is a very loving quiet dog welcomed by all in their homes... actually she has more friends than I do...… Continue
Added by Judith Black on April 22, 2010 at 3:40am —
We hadn't realized how quiet and ladylike 18 month old Kanga
had become until 11 month old Tink arrived at our house.
Tink is still easily startled by noises, and we have many
at our house that she's still getting used to.
The funniest thing is Kanga's reaction.
Let's take the garbage truck, for example. Kanga used to tremble
when she heard the truck. When she was little, she would sound
a huge… Continue
Added by James Jacobson on April 20, 2010 at 2:30pm —
Since my last post, we have been to the doctor to have Alex's stitches removed, since he decided he didn't want children, and to have Sam eyes checked because he had an infection. The pollen is really tough on all of us. While we were at the doctor's office Sam found out that he has tiny cataracts in both eyes. My heart is broken. Does anyone have any suggestions of what steps we need to take from here?
Love Sam and Alex's Mom
Added by Betty Pike on April 12, 2010 at 10:35am —
She is so lucky to have you , Molly and Kenga to be in a loving, caring home. Congratulations to two wonderful dog lovers!
Added by Barbara L. Newton on April 6, 2010 at 2:25pm —
Aloha, what a beautiful pair of dogs you have now, Tanga seems quite happy to have Tink sit on your lap, I think you will all get on well together, thankyou for sharing,,,,Hazel
Added by hazel Dunn on April 6, 2010 at 7:10am —
What a lucky little Tinkerbell; Congrats to all four of you...
Added by Danna on April 5, 2010 at 5:24pm —
We lost our 14 year old Shih-tzu last May and our 11 year old Golden Retriever this last January, but we got CeeCee on Halloween and she is 8 months old today. (and a little Shih-tzu). James we are SO happy for you with your newest addition.......dogs "are" our lives, and you've saved hers to a wonderful little friend and a happy family.
Added by Judy Black on April 5, 2010 at 2:15pm —
Added by James Jacobson on April 5, 2010 at 1:40pm —
It has been 9 days since I had to help my boy Bailey cross the bridge. Benson, the puppy, and the cats are still looking for him. I know in my heart he is happy and waiting for me, and someday we will walk in the fields again. This time he will have no pain, have all 4 legs and be able to run and walk without stumbling. Continue
I wonder what his life would have been like had those people not stolen him out of the yard, what it would have been like, to not been hit by a truck trying to get…
Added by Jill Stout on April 3, 2010 at 3:33am —