Thursday, September 11, 2008


Presley is the Greatest American Dog. He is owned by a 29-year-old bartender who thanked the judges and his house mates, thanking them for the experience and for the things he learned. When Travis and Presley entered the contest, they were just a guy and a dog, now they are a guy with the Greatest American Dog. Presley’s owner won $250,000.00 and Presley won the title and a trophy that, according to Travis, weighed more than Presley did.

This last week of competition pitted Presley against a Maltese who, according to the judges, suffers from separation anxiety and a Border Collie mix who was trained to be obedient through rather stern command from their owner.

I am really glad Travis and Presley won, I think their relationship is adorable and Presley really does show a lot of potential.

Congratulations Presley and good luck with your new adventures as The Greatest American Dog.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008


I was blog surfing and came across this blog about funny stuffs and is called “Your Kind of Blog”. I found some great pictures on this blog and you really must see the “some amazing facts” post and the part about flu season and some very useful information regarding the flu. If you are a fan of the movie “300” and King Leonidas of Sparta, you will find some pretty funny photoshopped pictures of the main character involved in various activities.

This blog rose to a PR2 (google page rank) in a short amount of time and I would really like to know how they did that, I have had my blog since July and I am still PR0. I have heard that google is not happy with blogs that post for money but, if it is so bad, why is everyone doing it?

Give this blog a look, there are some interesting things contained within.

Friday, September 5, 2008


If you think your wolfdog/dog will not get into something because it is boxed up and on the shelf, you could be mistaken.

While out to dinner with my mother, I painfully remembered that I had not put Sundance’s baby gate in place. I figured something would be gone or tore up but not my organic peanut butter cookies. He ate the whole box, didn’t even leave me a crumb. Of course, had I known he was going to eat my cookies, I would have bought more while mom and I were at the store a few minutes ago but no………I already had some at home, or so I thought. The funny part is, I found the plastic insert with the slots that hold the cookies in place, and the white plastic that goes around that but I cannot find the box they came in. I can only assume he ate that too. Maybe he thought he could get rid of the evidence that way, who knows, but someone is going to be pooping cardboard and peanut butter for a few days.

I started hollering “who did this”, he came over to give me a big lick on the cheek which is how I know it was him, he reeked of peanut butter. This wolfdog didn’t pull the wool over my eyes. Again, my bad for not putting the baby gate up and not making sure everything is out of reach.

Monday, September 1, 2008


I take a lot of photographs of my wolfdogs and wind up storing them on my computer. This practice has a tendency to slow your computer down so I started looking for a better way to store and display my pictures. I vaguely remember digital photo frames where you had to manually change the picture but what I was really looking for was a way to display multiple photographs at once.

I visited the Digital Framez website and found exactly what I was looking for in a 10 inch digital photo frame. With one of these digital picture frames, you take your photos, plug in your SD memory card, play with the settings until you get your slideshow the way you want it, display it and leave it. When you are ready to add more photos, take your memory card, put it in your camera, snap away and repeat the above process.

I added a link to their website so you can see for yourself just how easy and convenient these frames are to use.


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