I love my dog. There. I said it.
Dogs are the best, because they know what’s important in life, and don’t judge anybody. They don’t care if your broke…and at the same time, they won’t be impressed if you get a big promotion at work.
Rescuing my dog Indy from a shelter based out of Edmonton was one of the best decisions of my life. Knowing that another living thing loves you unconditionally is pretty cool. Plus, she can lick her own privates…who doesn’t wish they could do that?
Dogs have it figured out. They’re the ultimate pet. Lindsay and I have 2 dogs. Hers is an Australian Shepperd and Red Healer cross named Gracey.
Mine is….ummm….I don’t know. Take a look at Indy’s face…
She’s a feisty creature, too. Check her out in action…
She’s about to lay down some doggy-karate on that big black dog.
This is me reading a birthday card to Indy.
Ok. That last one was a little much. I went “crazy-dog-owner” on you.
The whole point of this post was to tell you something AMAZING.
If you have a “Heinz 57” or “Mixed Breed” dog, and you’ve always wanted to know about it’s breed…now you can!!
DDC Veterinary offers a kit you buy on line, for about $80.00. The kit is 4 cotton swabs that you use to collect “cheek cells” from the inside of their lip. You mail the swabs back to Ohio, and 3 weeks later, you get a breed analysis of your dog. Neat-o. The analysis tells you approximately what percent, of which breeds you dog is.
Not only does the kit satisfy curiosity for owners, it also helps you identify any breed-specific health issues you dog may be susceptible to.