It will be deer hunting season here soon and that means our area of the country will be inundated with people dressed in orange and non-stop gun fire from daylight to dark. We live in a rural area that is a hot spot for deer hunters, and to someone who doesn't hunt but who does a lot of outdoor exercising and dog walking it can be quite frightening.
Last year I bought Molly and Jack their own little day-glow orange vests from the coolest dog supply resource, Ugly Dog Hunting Company. (Funny name!) It was tough finding a dog hunting vests small enough to fit my little Cairns, but they work okay. Darn if they aren't just the cutest little four-legged furballs! Wouldn't you agree?
Posted on November 29, 2008 | Permalink | Comments (0)
Molly and Jack had their first dog boarding experience at Pet Palace Resorts in Columbus, Ohio recently.
Posted on July 11, 2008 | Permalink | Comments (0)
This article is an ongoing post of Cairn Terrier Rescue networks throughout the world. If you are not familiar with Cairn Terrier Rescue services, they are professional non-profit organizations developed to help find abandoned Cairn Terriers permanent and suitable homes.Posted on May 01, 2006 | Permalink | Comments (0)
For more in depth information about Cairn Terriers, please visit the American Kennel Club. If you buy a Cairn Terrier puppy, this resource should not be ignored even if you are buying your Cairn for a pet.Posted on May 01, 2006 | Permalink | Comments (0)
For more in depth information about Cairn Terriers, you should also visit the Cairn Terrier Club of America (CTCA) which is a USA based national organization committed to providing a source of information about Cairn Terriers to responsible pet owners.Posted on April 30, 2006 | Permalink | Comments (0)