Who does your Dog talk to ?
Before my husband came home I noticed Princesa Sofiela was talking to the worker outside.
This morning my husband came up with a cup of coffee for me & the dog said " werrrrr wer wourr to him.
So she likes to talk to men I guess. ( very rare for her to " talk" to me ! Pamela
How darling woo weerr
There's a Greyhound Rescue Club near my CA home in Seal Beach. Once pr week all of the folks that have these Greyhound Rescue Dogs meet at a Restaurant on the Beach. It has an outdoor cafe, so they all bring their Dogs. One Lady showed me Collars she makes, they are available worldwide. Pamela
Great!! I I am in Central Valley,Ca and helped with Greyhound Rescue for some years. We adopted one but lost him to Lymphoma, most of our dogs came from So, Ca and Arizona. Group in San Diego convinced the track in Mexico to let them take the dogs that were no longer racing, thank goodness!! Some wonderful guys get the dogs and transport them all up the State to various rescue groups. Due to family issues, we had to stop fostering. :-(
A group of us would meet at the PetsMart here on Saturday mornings to let people see the dogs and tell them about rescue, etc. dogs loved it!! Of course, the store employees spoiled them with treats. I used to have a hard time with mine as he always wanted to go through the check out with anyone!! He knew they had treats there. They don't call them Sight hounds for nothing. :-)
I'd love to help sometime when I come up to our Lake Nacimiento home.
We're still working on our house, so I usually plan going up for 2-3 months at a time.
Down here in Costa Rica I foster the Felines for our local Foundation.
Last year about this time, there were 11 kittens having a blast here!
Our 9 year old (estimate) rescue Westie has what I call a lot of "attitude" which includes stubborn and demanding aspects.
He'll let me know he wants out or is after something I'm eating or just wants to have his dinner by first grunting ,and putting out "wimps" and if continue to ignore him he starts barking. His eyes do a lot of "talking" too - unlike other dogs I have owned or just taken care of, this Westie will stare at you, and not back down if you try to stare him down. Other dog will roll their eyes, eventually looking down or away.
The Westie is almost deaf so when I talk to him, which I often do, he has to lip read and there's some indication by his eyes, tail and other body language that he is taking it all in..There is a picture of him in my portfolil.
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