Nail trimming went smoothly and we ended up brushing his teeth too. I usually only file the two outer nails since the two middle ones get filed on the concrete during walks. I did see that one of the middle nails got filed too short and looks like it bled earlier. Guess we should walk on grass more.
It didn’t seem to hurt or bother him in any way, but I still don’t like seeing blood on my baby.

krwebb
corgisinneed:

captain-corgi:

Captain Corgi can use your help!
I hate, hate, hate asking people for help or money or anything, but I’m at a place in my life where it’s come to asking for help, or digging myself into a deeper financial hole.  I’m struggling, but I try my hardest to make sure that I have everything I need to take care of the best thing in my life - Kali.
She has reoccurring issues with her health whether it’s skin allergies, food allergies, or whatever.  She couldn’t eat the vet-prescribed food either, so every 2-3 years she would get bladder stones.  According to her bodily schedule, she shouldn’t get them until next year.
They’ve arrived early and I am extremely unprepared.
I’ve set up a gofundme for this because I am that desperate.  If you can’t donate, I understand.  This is, after all, not your problem to deal with - it’s mine.
$400 will get me the basic care (blood work to confirm, possible x-rays, medication, and the special food that dissolves the stones that she can, thankfully eat).  $600 will get me started on a new plan my vet has with new food (that she can hopefully eat) that will hopefully keep this from happening again.
I can’t offer much, but I can offer something.  Please contact me if you would like something in exchange for your donation - I have over two thousand Disney pins (most of them Stitch) that I can mail to you.  Or I have a collection of bells or other knick knacks.Anything will help, thank you.

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corgisinneed:

captain-corgi:

Captain Corgi can use your help!

I hate, hate, hate asking people for help or money or anything, but I’m at a place in my life where it’s come to asking for help, or digging myself into a deeper financial hole.  I’m struggling, but I try my hardest to make sure that I have everything I need to take care of the best thing in my life - Kali.

She has reoccurring issues with her health whether it’s skin allergies, food allergies, or whatever.  She couldn’t eat the vet-prescribed food either, so every 2-3 years she would get bladder stones.  According to her bodily schedule, she shouldn’t get them until next year.

They’ve arrived early and I am extremely unprepared.

I’ve set up a gofundme for this because I am that desperate.  If you can’t donate, I understand.  This is, after all, not your problem to deal with - it’s mine.

$400 will get me the basic care (blood work to confirm, possible x-rays, medication, and the special food that dissolves the stones that she can, thankfully eat).  $600 will get me started on a new plan my vet has with new food (that she can hopefully eat) that will hopefully keep this from happening again.

I can’t offer much, but I can offer something.  Please contact me if you would like something in exchange for your donation - I have over two thousand Disney pins (most of them Stitch) that I can mail to you.  Or I have a collection of bells or other knick knacks.

Anything will help, thank you.

Signal boosting.

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Just a little story

When I was a kid, before my family moved to the US, I spent a good portion of my childhood helping animals. Unfortunately, in my native country, there were a lot of stray dogs and cats. I don’t even know if they had neutering programs back then at all, but if they did, no one there knew about it because all the dogs and cats were in tact.
We looked after quite a few puppy litters, made sure they had blankets, food and water and when they were old enough, we would find them homes. Same with kittens, we would go into dark, scary building basements (because that’s where cats gave birth most of the time, not too sure as to why) with flashlights and take care of the them and then would find babushkas who would take them in.
There was one dog, Lada, who was like a neighborhood dog and me, my sister and her friends always took care of her and she followed us everywhere we went. She was honestly the nicest dog ever! She had a couple of litters and we found homes for every one of her pups. Then one day, she had another litter and we brought a couple of outside puppies we had found abandoned by a hospital and she was taking care of all of them. We found a few families who were going to take in almost all of the puppies and we felt so good about it!
It was about a week before the pups went to their new homes when a man that had just moved into the neighborhood decided to call animal control. I don’t know if he hated dogs or kids more, because part of me felt like he did it just to get us upset.
Animal control doesn’t work the same way they do here, they won’t take dogs/cats to a shelter and try to give them a second chance at life, they come and they exterminate. They put down each and every one of the 8 puppies and shot the mama dog and left her there to die.
It was so heartbreaking but made me realize and understand just how much I really love animals. I can never picture my life without a pet in it, they’re so important to me and each and every one of them has altered my life in one way or another, but it’s always for the better!

twobigears

lemalinois asked:

Hey! So I've been following you for a little while on my horse blog and have just gotten around to making a dog blog, do you have any recommendations for some of your favorite blogs that you follow??

southernsnowdogs answered:

Hey I’m going to post this on my dash so my dogblog followers can see and reblog to point you in the right direction. I have toooons of dog blogs I follow, I don’t want to miss any that I think would be what you’re looking for :P 

So blog away my peeps— enlighten this wonderful person to the world of blogging about our beloveds! 

twobigears:

mmmhoneycombs:

dogitmayconcern:

angerinyourbones:

wherehorsesmeetdogs:

lemalinois:

ollietherottweiler:

alipynckel:

I’m a dog blog. ALSO candidcanines has an amazing list of dog blogs.

HERE it is!

candidcanine’s list is a dog blog bible 

Thank you guys!

Dog blogs assemble!

I am kind of dog blog

Mostly a dog blog. That’s how it began. Really it’s got a bit of other things but primarily…it’s about my dogs. 

pretty much a dog blog

99% dogs, occasionally cats. Mostly agility but also getting more into obedience. Hiking and random pictures with the brats. Huzzah.

This is a dog blog and my sister has a Malinois, so follow me :)

This morning, on the radio, they were talking about ISIS and how all the terrorist leaders are probably already hiding and the US won’t be able to find them. SO my genius husband came up with an idea. He said: “They should get a bunch of military corgis to sniff out and HERD the leaders into one cave and then the authorities can deal with them!”

I was talking to someone at the park and she said that her dog is spoiled because it has a ton of cute outfits and it gets carried everywhere they go. Why wouldn’t you want your dog to walk? It’s a dog, that’s what they are supposed to do! She also said that he’s so spoiled, no one tells him what to do, so he just does whatever he wants in the house; he does chew everything and pee whenever he needs to go, but she said she can’t get mad at that cute face.
I have a very different opinion on what defines a spoiled dog. My dog’s not spoiled because he has cute clothes and toys, he’s spoiled because he gets long walks, plenty of training (to know right from wrong and to avoid getting hurt by chewing on something or jumping somewhere dangerous), quality food and a lot of love and affection.