The day has come…

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3-16-13 Oliver7 I knew this day would come, and I knew it was going to be difficult. Oliver just turned 18 months, and what with everything swirling around here of late, we kind of dropped the ball when it comes to getting him “fixed”. A few months back, I discussed the pros and cons – according to a layman like me – to having this operation completed, so if it’s all right with you my loyal readers, this time around I’d rather not re-visit why it’s a barbaric and unnecessary procedure. Let’s just accept that it’s going to happen and move on – thanks for understanding.

10-6-13 oliver2

We’re getting Oliver fixed on Wednesday morning. Though sad about actually doing it – I don’t want to put my baby through any unnecessary discomfort – we’re doing it for the following reasons… it is convenient, and besides, when we purchased him from the breeder we signed…

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Dog’s Are Mans Best Friend


You know I remember having a dog when I was little however, she got ran over by someone driving on our road late at night. Since then I have had several dogs that I loved but not quite as much as I love our dog now. He is truly man’s best friend and part of our family. Sham is one of the most gentle dogs that I have ever known and I am glad that he is part of our little family. He is a Newfoundland, Labrador mix and when we got him he was 3 months old. Of course, we have had some obstacles to overcome with him. Shortly after getting him we found out that he had allergies and we could not figure out what type of allergies that was causing him to itch, and making his hair fall out. We took him to the vet and they said that he was allergic to flea bites. Well we had him on medicine and it seemed to clear it up for a little while. However, the following year the same thing started happening again, and this time he got really sick. We thought that we were going to have to put him down because we were running out of options. Instead of taking him to the vet again we decided to take him off the dog food and try a totally different diet. We feed him rice, ground beef, eggs, tuna, and vegetables. I am telling you what it made a difference in his health, and he is a beautiful, and handsome puppy. We do not feed him all of these items at once we split it up during the week. He was having so many problems with the dog food because the food does not have live cultures or live enzymes.