Meet our new foster dog: Onyxx. He’s a five-year-old long-haired Chihuahua. We’ve only had him for less than a day but he seems sweet if a little shy. So far the biggest problem we’ve had
Forgive the short post today. It looks like we may be taking in a foster dog this weekend and we’re also planning on a visit to the Pet Expo. I’m still trying to figure out
I was cleaning up around the house when Mr. N started acting like he wanted something. He usually stares at you intensely and sometimes makes little whining noises. He had been taken out two hours
When the rainy season starts, Mr. N wants to hibernate until it is over. He believes it is cruel and unusual punishment to make dogs with no undercoat walk while the sky drips down. It
When Mr. N makes up his mind to do something, there is no stopping him. Mr. N has no concept of his size. Mr. N is brave in the face of adversity. Mr. N fears
How to intensify walks: Practice various obedience and agility skills: Mr. N naturally wants to jump on top of everything. If I see stairs, I have him run up and down them. I have
Mr. N kept trying to lick his paws afterwards. I guess they still smelled like liver.
I dropped Mr. N off at his former foster family’s house so he could play for a few hours while I went to work. They always have a household full of dogs including foster dogs.
Wag ‘N Woof Pets asked some questions about Mr. N’s diet after reading about his refusal to eat premium kibble. So what does he eat now? Do you cook for him or feed him canned food? Just
Big dog people often exclaim that Mr. N is not afraid of anything when they see him playing with bigger dogs. Which isn’t technically true but he is overflowing with self-esteem. I took this photo