Clyde the show dog! First point! And transporting rescue dogs again…

Last weekend, I showed for 4 out of 5 days at Doswell. I got one win, Clyde’s first point! Thank you Judge Albert Bianchi! Clyde is starting to look good. Filling out nicely as he approaches age 2. After the shows, I transported 3 rescues with Whole Lotta Love dog transport out of a groupContinue reading “Clyde the show dog! First point! And transporting rescue dogs again…”

Transporting rescue dogs

On Saturday evening I transported some more rescue dogs. I drove them from South Hill, Virginia to Richmond where they were then overnighted in temporary foster homes. The dogs were originally at full shelters in Alabama and Georgia, and several volunteers were organized to transport 13 dogs. On Sunday morning other volunteers took them allContinue reading “Transporting rescue dogs”

Transporting rescue dogs

This evening I drove to South Hill and picked up four dogs out of fourteen and drove them north to Richmond. Three were border collie/blue heeler mix littermates and about 6 months old. The fourth was a year old lab mix. I was one of many volunteer drivers who transported the dogs in 80 mileContinue reading “Transporting rescue dogs”

See See is in heat again, rescuing, and the importance of spaying and neutering!

No, I am not breeding her this heat cycle. See See is only 16 months old and has not been x-rayed yet. She must be 2 years old in order to get certified by OFA, greatly reducing the likelihood of having puppies with bad hips or elbows. The household is in upheaval. Having 3 intactContinue reading “See See is in heat again, rescuing, and the importance of spaying and neutering!”