Happy National Dog Day to all my K9 pals!
I’m pretty sure everyday is dog day, right?!?!?
I would like to share with you my two new toys I got this past weekend.
The first is a 4TB, yes you heard me correct 4TB, External Hard Drive! Now I will have no problem running out of storage room on my computer. When my dad took a look at my computer he was speechless with the amount of photos I had saved on it. He thought I needed the 4TB.
My other new toy is a Nikon D5100 DSLR camera! With this baby I have a feeling the external hard drive was a good investment.
If you have any tips or tricks you would like to share, please feel free! I just found out how to turn the camera on! BOL!
Did you know you are invited to my to a Paw-ty? That’s right I’m hosting a Picture Paw-ty right here on my blog in September! To learn more click on this LINK! Hope you all can attend!
Snap, Crackle, Pop!
These are the only firework I like, fake ones!
Check out my safety tips to help keep you dog safe this holiday weekend. Here is the direct link.
Hope everyone has a wonderful and safe 4th of July!
-Spencer the Goldendoodle
Today I’m joining the Thoughtless Thursday Blog Hop hosted by Ruckus the Eskie, Love is being owned by a Husky and M.K. Clinton
More pets get lost and go missing on the 4th of July than any other day in the U.S. Making July 5th the busiest day for animal shelters across the nation.
Here are some safety tips to help keep your dog safe this 4th of July:
- Make sure you dog has up to date ID tags on their collar. Even if they have been microchip, not everyone has a scanner to read the chip.
- Exercise you dog early that day. This will help them from having excess energy when the fireworks start that evening.
- If you are going to any parties, leave your dog at home. They will be more comfortable in a familiar place.
- Lower you blinds to help your dog from seeing the bright lights the fireworks give off. You can also add background noise by playing the tv or radio .
- Escape-proof you house and add a comfortable space for them.
- Provide interactive toys or treat dispensers, such as peanut butter stuffed kongs.
- Mircochip your dog just in case they do get lost and their collar comes off.
- Calming collars, lavender oils, and pressure wraps can help your pup with anxiety. I love my herbal calming collar, here is the direct link if you want to learn more.
If your dog does suffer from anxiety make sure to talk with you veterinarian about the best options for your dog.
Happy Flag Day
Did you know that Flag Day became official in 1916 when President Woodrow Wilson issued a presidential proclamation making June 14 national Flag Day.
Learn more about the history of Flag Day here.
I’m joining the Black n White Sunday hosted by: Sugar the Golden Retriever &
To all the men, women, and animals who made the ultimate sacrifice,
we are forever thankful.
|Photo credit: https://poppies.hrp.org.uk/about-the-installation|
Thank you to History By Zim for letting me borrow the ceramic poppy for my photo. This is one of the 888,246 ceramic poppies that flooded the Tower of London last year. You can read more about this breath taking event here.