Turns out Timmy is as hooked on Homeland as we are!
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Cityplace, Manchester Terrier, Toronto, Toy Manchester Terrier
One of our favourite spots to take Tim during the summer is Canoe Park at Cityplace. There is a wide expanse of grass for running, and a section of great water fountains for the little dude to cool off. Sometimes, he gets just a little *too* close.
Filed under: Dogs, Health | Tags: Manchester Terrier, Safety, Tim Tam, Toronto, Toy Manchester Terrier
I was recently asked to try out this super cool new dog product, the QR code dog tag by SOS Pets. The company is huge in Sweden, but they are hoping to bring it to Canada. Tim is one of the first dogs to try it! The tag can be scanned by any code reader, and will immediately display the owner’s contact information. It’s an interesting service, and the website is also a great community for dog owners to chat and share photos. Kind of like Dogster.
Doesn’t he just look SO handsome!?
Happy Halloween! I carved this pumpkin as tribute to my favorite pooch!
…and my first time uploading to YouTube!
Timmy went for his yearly checkup and vaccinations. It’s heartworm season, people! Get on it!
Know who loves Italian night at Luminato? Our dog!!!
Filed under: Dogs, Pets | Tags: baby, Boston Terrier, Dogs, Manchester Terrier, wiener
Hooray! WordPress has finally allowed me to blog on the go (or on the couch, as the case may be).
It’s May 2-4 weekend here in Canada, and so we were treated to a visit by my sis and bro-in-law and their most amazing baby, little B. Of course, Sousa was not far behind!
It also happened we were dogsitting Cymbal as well, so it was a full house!
It’s been SOOOOoooooOOOoo long since I’ve written, and really, so much has happened. For one, its spring. And I love it. I also had exams, work stuff, life stuff, sold the condo, found a new place to live, became an Aunt for the first time (exciting!) and you know…blah, blah blah.
In any case, I am going to make a more concerted effort to keep this blog rocking.
Mike and I had the pleasure of visiting Las Vegas in April to surprise my mom for her 60th birthday. It was amazing! While we were gone, dear Timmy stayed with Auntie Beck and Uncle Bry, cousin Sousa, AND the new BABY, Betty! Talk about a learning experience! Tim hasn’t spent much time around new babies, and really, he just did NOT know what to think about the gurgling, pooping, crying, human-esque blob. In the end, it all worked out.
While we were gone however, apparently Tim started journaling, a la Oprah Winfrey. His first entry:
The captors be travellin', so I be visitin' my cousin in the back water town of Waterloo. I usually look forward to sleeping in her luxurious human bed, but last night I opted for my own crate and that's where I think I'll stay. Because frankly, I don't trust Sousa. She was on guard duty last night and didn't do anything about the weird noises coming from the other end of the room. Clearly there was something scary over there. I have never heard such noises -- grunts and squeaks. And Sousa was just aloof to the whole situation. All Night! So yeah. I will stay in my safe little cave thank you very much! Despite all of this I slept very well. This morning will be tough work -- they always put me to work here! I've already gutted one squirrel, but that's just the beginning. There's at least one bear and a deer that need to be taken care of. There's also a rumor about a moose. God! I don't even want to think about it. And of course there is the obligatory wrestling. I plan to spread that out throughout the day though. -T
3 rolls of paper towels: $5.50
3 Glad garbage bags: $0.65
Half a bottle of cleaning solution: $3.50
2 scented candles: $25
1 air diffuser: $18.99
Staying up all night cleaning dog diarrhea: Priceless!