“As America’s Birthday Party draws to a close and many of us head back to our paying professions it doesn’t hurt to take one last look at something that brings a smile to our lips and a lift to our hearts. Doug the Dog is just what the Jester ordered. Have a great day, hope that all of you are rejuvenated and let’s have one last, fine day to add to our library of wonderful memories. Keep the faith as we live the dream, my friends!” ~ R.T.
By Julia Jacobs as published on the NYT Three wildfires in California have displaced hundreds of thousands of people and destroyed thousands of homes. So far, 31 people have died. As of Sunday morning, 111,000 acres had been burned by the fire in the northern part of the […]
“For those who are blessed and able to live with their equine companions life is often a steady stream of giggles and grins. Throw in a few resident cats and dogs and there is hardly ever a moment not filled with frivolity and merriment…I am chortling over that […]
Story by the Humane Society “The USDA Wildlife Services’ inefficient and inhumane wildlife damage management program…” Wildlife Services, a program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, has waged war on our nation’s wildlife for more than a century. From 2004 to 2013 (the most recent year for which […]
“We are a little slow on the draw, again, this Sunday but as my wife Terry likes to say, ‘Life Happens’. So for today there is no need for fanfare or a lot of typed words, just sit back, relax, smile and let the pictures do the […]
from CBS News “This may not be equine related, specifically, but most horse and donkey guardians are helped or are the staff of a canine assistant. Plus ‘slaughter’ of any sentient creature is an issue that touches our hearts and souls.” ~ R.T. “Koreans have been eating dog […]
Martin Rogers | USA TODAY Sports 2.5 million dogs are bred each year in South Korea for human consumption. PYEONGCHANG, South Korea – As the Winter Olympics approach this week, figure skater Meagan Duhamel still shudders to think the dog she rescued from South Korea might have ended […]