Project Life – Week 6

Hmmm.  Another pet filled week.  I just can’t seem to help myself.

Bedside – Day 34
Coulee will launch herself on to the bed without asking when we aren’t on it, but if we are, she usually politely rests her chin on the edge and waits for us to call her up.

Daily Life – Day 35
This is a pretty typical day at work.  I didn’t have the patience to let the dogs settle back into their routines (snuggling, wrestlying, running, playing, etc.) but it is pretty accurate in terms of always having some dogs curious with what you are doing and hanging out at your feet, while others are off doing their own thing.  It is the prettiest of pictures, but neither is the building itself.  :)  I wanted to do an indoor shot and include as many pups as I could as that is where we all spend most of the time.

Travel “Arrangement” – Day 36
This is how we roll….

After decent fuel efficiency, fitting the crates inside the vehicle was our number one priority.

I wish Coulee was in a hard plastic crate (they do better in a crash) but visibility is also important and I can see through this one – even when she is in it.  And yes, my car is horribly dirty.  The line-ups at the car wash have been crazy long and I just can’t bring myself to wait 45 minutes just to wash the car.

Saved Up – Day 37
I hate waiting in line at the recycling depot, almost as much as I hate waiting in line at the car wash.  By the time we FINALLY go it looks like we drink – a LOT!  Although in my defence, these are very small and very tasty.  ;)

My View – Day 38
I was imagining a sweeping prairie landscape for today’s image, but in reality, this is probably a more accurate depiction of my daily view. Whether I’m at home or at work, there is always a furry critter near by. It’s no wonder they are the subject of most of my photos.

Center – Day 39
Feeling a little uninspired for this theme so here is Coulee in the centre of the road.  :)  I need to get back out here in the fall though – I think it would make a gorgeous picture.

Adventure – Day 40
According to Wikipedia, an adventure is an exciting or unusual experience; it may also be a bold, usually risky undertaking with an uncertain outcome.

I truly believe that every day is an adventure for a dog. You can walk in the same place every day for years and they will still be excited to go.  Going for a car ride is an adventure.  Heck, getting up and eating breakfast is an adventure – it is definitely exciting anyway!

And when they have a giant grin like this on their face, there is no mistaking that today, is yet again, an adventure in the making.
Crazy Coulee and Little Lacey

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Cool Pest images

Some cool Pest images:

Substrate for killing insect pests

Image by IITA Image Library
Substrate on display for killing insect pests. (file name: PHM_083)

0407H Horticulture Res – Pest Stor & Res | 2004 | East Side

Image by Facility Records | MSU Physical Plant
0407H Horticulture Res – Pest Stor & Res | 2004 | East Side

0407H Horticulture Res – Pest Stor & Res | 2004 | South Side

Image by Facility Records | MSU Physical Plant
0407H Horticulture Res – Pest Stor & Res | 2004 | South Side

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Should You Supplement Your Older Dog’s Diet?

Many dog owners wonder if they should add a supplement to an older dog’s diet. As your dog ages, it becomes even more important to feed it a healthy dog food and add a beneficial supplement.

Older dogs, unlike puppies or young adult dogs, cannot absorb some vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes through their intestinal tract, and will expel more of them through their kidneys and urine. Some older dogs also eat less food and may not be getting their daily requirements of vitamins and minerals. Antioxidants such as vitamins A, E, and C (beta-carotene) may be instrumental in protecting against some of the normal aging processes that affect older dogs.

One of the very best supplements for an older dog is Winston’s Senior Complete Multi vitamin and mineral supplement. Winston’s Senior Multi-Vitamin contains close to 50 active ingredients that provide additional nourishment for an older dog. Even if you don’t believe your dog is suffering from nutrient depletion due to a poor diet, stress, or disease, giving it a supplement along with its normal diet, will guarantee your pet is receiving all the vitamins and minerals it needs for a healthy, active life.

When choosing a supplement for senior dogs, carefully check the label to be sure it includes the following ingredients:
* At least 8 essential vitamins including Vitamin A, B-complex, D, and E, as well as the B vitamins. Vitamins A and E are important antioxidants that help maintain a healthy immune system.

* All or most of these important minerals – Phosphorous, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, Magnesium, Copper, Manganese, Iodine and Selenium.

Not all vitamin supplements contain these quality ingredients. Winston’s Senior Complete Multi does, and also contains lutein for the eyes, CoQ10 for the heart, digestive enzymes, lycopene for the cells, antioxidant Perna for the joints, vitamin K, zinc, calcium, Grape Seed Extract, Alpha Lipoic Acid, amino acids, vitamin C and more.

It doesn’t matter what species your dog is or its age, a healthy supplementation like Winston’s Senior Complete Multi will help it live the best quality life possible.

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Dog Obedience Training: Train your dog the smart way (Dog Training)

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FatBeeMan 1 Minute Tip- Wintergreen Oil kills Mites

Wintergreen Oil kills Mites on honey bees. FatBeeMan shows you how.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Join the Cap’n of the COMIC BOOK MEN as he talks about his favorite comic book characters and how he draws them – particularly in the trade paperbacks at Jay & Silent Bob’s Secret Stash! In this episode, Walt draws Bat Mite, Batman’s biggest fan from another dimension. Seriously: This is a real character. Shot at Jay & Silent Bob’s Secret Stash in Red Bank, NJ ———————— Subscribe for more SIT Follow Walt Flanagan on Twitter: Follow Kevin Smith on Twitter: Follow SModCo on Facebook: Watch Comic Book Men on AMC: FOR MORE TALKING, GO TO: SEE SMOD LIVE, GO TO: Opening Animation by Jose Briseno Shot & Cut by Josh Gray of Bumpin’ Fresh Industries Opening Music by David Manheimer of Complete My Song Late Night Heist by
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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A Little Husky

Just a little Husky

just a little husky


What did the little Husky say to the big Husky? Daddy you’re not fat you’re just a little Husky! Lol :)

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Pet Nutrition: Guest Post by Spark

Our Pets are Members of our Family…and They Need Complete Nutrition

We love them, but we can’t always tell how they are feeling. Our dog or cat may be lacking in energy, their bones or joints may hurt, or they could have a belly ache due to poor digestion. They aren’t able to tell us what they are thinking or feeling, or if their bodies are lacking the nutrients they need to stay healthy.
Our pets rely on us to provide them with what they need, but unfortunately most pet foods are highly processed and lack vital nutrients our pets need to thrive.  And research has shown the following 8 major groups of nutrients are important.

1.  Enzymes

Destroyed in the high heat manufacturing process of traditional pet food. Enzymes drive nearly every chemical and metabolic pathway in the body. Supports the absorption of vitamins and minerals.

2.  Vitamin D

Important for bone mineralization and integrity. Regulates blood levels

of calcium and phosphorus.

Helps support the immune system and joint health.

3.  Synbiotics

Probiotics & prebiotics “good bacteria” supports the living microbiome, the garden of beneficial bacteria in the digestive system. Supports proper digestion and the assimilation of nutrients.

4.  Aquatic SuperFoods

Algae provide the body with vitamins B, C, E, beta-carotene, magnesium, iron, trace miner­als and protein. Supports normal immunity, intestinal health and helps maintain strong bones and muscles.

5.  Fruit & Vegetable SuperFoods

Blueberries, spinach and broccoli work as powerful antioxidants. Supports the body to fight free radicals.

6.  Amino Acids

The body’s building blocks, approximately 20% cannot be produced by the body and must come from food. Critical to maintaining good health right down to the cellular level, while supporting healthy protein levels.

7.  Sea Vegetables

Provide trace minerals like calcium, iron, and iodine. Maintains strong bones and supports healthy thyroid and hormone levels.

8.  Juvenile Greens

Contains Vitamin E, phosphorus, magnesium, iron & potassium as well as protein and carotenoids. Helps maintain a healthy immune system and supports normal shedding.

That’s where a daily product like Spark comes in.  Spark is a comprehensive, natural, whole food supplement that was formulated by a leading veterinarian and is sprinkled on your pet’s food.  Spark contains 50 ingredients covering all 8 nutritional groups so you’ll see the Spark’s difference in your pet.

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Eye To Eye – Yvonne Ridley

Topical interview series presented by Catherine Deveney with guests who have dealt with difficult circumstances or extraordinary experiences. This episode features Yvonne Ridley, the journalist famously captured by the Taliban in 2001 whilst working for the Sunday Express.

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Friday Funny: Exploding Couch

Until next time, Good day, and good dog! Dog Blog

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Buckets of food: GATOR!

I haven’t been posting about Kekoa’s culinary adventures every day, but trust me, she has turned into a regular Anthony Bourdain. When I first said I was doing this Foodie Bucket List for her, my good friend Annette at Biscuits by Lambchop decided to do something very special for us, and I wanted to share it with you all:

It really meant a lot to both of us that you did that. Thank you Annette. :D And they smelled really good, too.

Pawcurious: With Pet Lifestyle Expert and Veterinarian Dr. V.

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