Wordless Wednesday- The 100 Days Project Days 46 to 52

I made it to the halfway point! Here are my photos from last week-

You can follow along with my project by following me on Instagram or Facebook.

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Wordless Wednesday- The 100 Days Project

The 100 Days Project is about picking something creative to do and do it for 100 days. It sounded cool, but I wasn’t sure if I would follow through. 100 days is a long time. But it never hurts to try so I decided to join in by taking a picture of at least one […]

Give Cancer The Paw- Giving Tribute

On Friday I helped my ferret Amblin over the Bridge. Like so many ferrets he developed some of the cancers that they are prone to and it just became time to let him go.

Cancer steals a lot but it can’t steal the memories of Amblin and the other pets I’ve lost to it. I’m […]

Pet Blogger Challenge- 2014 Edition

 

I decided to be fashionably late to the blog hop and completely missed it. But I still wanted to share because getting my goals out there where others can see them will make me more likely to work on them.

 

Do you know January is named for the Roman god Janus. […]

Christmas Countdown Day 24- Pet Blogger’s Gift Exchange

 

I made the decision a number of years ago to not renew my membership to a local dog training club. It wasn’t an easy decision and there are a lot of things I miss- the seminars, the variety of classes, the feedback from other trainers, but mostly I missed the dog talk. Well […]

Christmas Countdown Day 18- Meet the Blogger Blog Hop

And this post has what to do with Christmas?

I’m sure that’s what’s going through your mind. Maybe you can consider it a Christmas gift from me. You see, I tend to hide behind this blog. Being an introvert, blogging let’s me write and share information and I can be kind of anonymously. […]

Coming Out From Behind The Blog- Meet The Blogger Blog Hop

I called Malarky’s specialist vet on Friday to confirm her recheck we had for today.  When they went to check they didn’t ask for my name, they asked for Malarky’s. When I worked at the vet clinic and even when I had my grooming shop, it was always the pet we knew. I expect it […]

Ferrets and Cancer

Unfortunately when it comes to cancer, ferrets get the raw end of the deal. I’ve heard the figure that 80% of ferrets will develop cancer. Looking back on all the ferrets I’ve had I think my crew has run pretty close to that number.

Ferrets can get a variety of cancers but the 3 most […]