Although I loved having a bit of a break over the holidays, spending time with all my kitty customers ... I loved seeing all my canine pals today after their moms and dads head back to work.
One of my furry friend's in particular sure made me laugh today ... I entered the home and was warmly greeted with much tail wiggling. So I asked, with great enthusiasm ... show me what you got for Christmas! Without missing a beat, this cutie-pie marched off and brought me one toy, then trotted off and brought me a second toy, and intently turned around and brought me yet a third toy ... I haven't seen these toys before so I have to assume these are the new favourites ... we played for a while and then headed out to brave the typical East Vancouver rain!
From a recent e-mail I received ... please take a moment to read and more importantly, keep your eyes open if you see this sweet little guy ...
LEVI is still MISSING! Can you all SHARE AGAIN and ask your friends to RE-SHARE! And ask people to JOIN the Find Levi Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/136088879892916/
778-847-7045. PUT THIS IN YOUR PHONE!!!
IF YOU THINK YOU SEE HIM TAKE A PICTURE!
Most people with dogs love for people to say HI to the dog!
Approach the person he is with, get close enough to see him well.
Is he Small, 12-14" high body, Head maybe to your knee ~18"?
Look at his face, Levi's markings are very unique!
Does he have 2 Brown Eyes? Does he have a Full Curly White-ish Tail?
Is he Mostly Black and White?
Then CALL 778-847-7045.
Then Follow him if you can afford the time till i get there. PLEASE.
My beloved Mini Australian Shepherd is MISSING, since Dec. 18! We don't know if he is still lost alone, or more probably someone has kept him! Keep your eyes peeled for him EVERYWHERE, with someone.
He is Small, 17 lbs, has 2 Brown Eyes and a Full Fluffy Tail (white-ish color). He is a Blue Merle, which means mottled Black and White, wih Brown only in his face and back legs.
I have this one most adorable little cutie-pie dog that I get to walk ... she has quite the personality. She tells me what I need to do and how to do it ... for example, if it is raining out ... she lets me know in her own special way that she has no interest in getting her paws the least bit wet. She makes me laugh - each time I know I get to see her - I look forward to what our next adventure will be.
She has many admirers in the neighbourhood and over the years, she's introduced me to many of them. There are two in particular that stick out for me ... one is this feisty and funny older lady who simply adores my fuzzy client ... she gets this wonderful grin every time she sees this gal I get to walk. I love how happy she becomes and in turn, I look forward to when both me and my furry pal get to see her as well.
The second is the neighbourhood postie who always has a treat and a scratch and a ready smile. I love that I get to meet all these wonderful individuals on my walks and that all these wonderful individuals are a part of my canine pal's life.
This adorable little dog I get to walk certainly is a charmer ... she is well loved by her human parents, her neighbours, her postie, and me. And in turn, I love that I get to experience her neighbourhood, with her neighbours, through her eyes. Another wonderful day!
Welcome to my revamped website (thanks to my wonderful marketing manager a.k.a. my partner). I love the new look and feel, the links to my Facebook, and Twitter page. It sounds exciting - but honestly, I am not terribly technical. I love that I have an iPhone and that I get to take pictures of my canine pals and my feline friends and send them to my customers.
No day is alike. I am grateful that I get to spend my days talking to my pals, walking East Vancouver neighbourhoods with my furry pals, visiting with my feline friends, meet their human neighbours, and sharing time with all these extraordinary furry beings. I've even been able to liberate a trapped bird or two from customer's houses. I am looking forward to what tomorrow will bring.
"No one appreciates the very special genius of your conversation as much as the dog does."