We celebrated Sadie's big win and learned all about the breed (then had a test!), so now let's bring a piece of this covetable canine home. I've gathered a bunch of Scottie-themed items for you (like that pretty necklace), a Juicy tee for your sweet pooch, and there's even a lil something for the Mister, too.One of my favorite sweaters when I was younger had a tiny black terrier with a tartan bow — check it out these adult appropriate items and, if you own something featuring a Scottish Terrier, tell me all about it in the comments when you're done clicking!
Mmm, many of these snacks look so tempting, my nose is practically pressed up against the screen. It's been a while since we've played the treat-time guessing game, so check out this supersize challenge. Put on your chef-style thinking cap if you're up to it. Thank goodness, we're only picking the picture . . . and not taste-testing it!
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We've all got someone (or two or three . . .) on our gift list who rocks to their own special beat. So this holiday season, treat them to something spectacular that's easy on the eyes, music to their ears, and perfectly in tune with their personal sense of style.
Not only do Beats Solo HD headphones deliver the superior sound Beats by Dr. Dre products are famous for, but they also look as good as they sound — drenched in colors that are red like a heart, teal like Miami, white like snow, and lots more.
Personally topping my wish list is this black and fuchsia number — the grommet air holes lend a rocker-slash-useful edge to, well, the bag's edges, and the already-crackled leather would wear in nicely. Ahh, but see which item you'd most dream for in a widget of the full collection below.
My husband and I adopted a dog from an animal shelter a little over two weeks ago. She's an abandoned, Australian shepherd mix, about six years old, and as sweet as can be. We've named her "Jaida" (pronounced Jay-ida and means "good girl" in Arabic). She is my little shadow and loves to cuddle with me and to play in the snow.
Unfortunately, she is very afraid of men including our vet and my husband. I thought it was something she would get over, and she has to an extent with my husband — she will take food from him now which she would not do for the first week we had her. She still does not come to him when he calls, puts her tail between her legs, looks away from him when he pets her, and darts away from him to hide under my desk especially when he first comes downstairs in the morning or comes home from work.
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Forget the Year of the Tiger, these lion bebes just made their debut and definitely deserve to share the spotlight! The one-month-old cubs live at the Ramat Gan Zoo near Tel Aviv and have lively expressions that I couldn't resist captioning (even though it's not quotable time). Get started and see what I've got to say for them.
some quality TV The Bachelor last night, I heard a promo for the 10 o'clock news posing this same question about a registry for animal abuse offenders in the state of CA. As it turns out, a proposal was introduced in a bill on Friday by the state senate’s majority leader, Dean Florez, that would collect names, addresses, and places of employment for past animal abusers . . . and make it easily searchable online by anyone.