NOT SO!!!!! Pewish the thought.
She is fun and a sweet giwlie at heawt.
OK,OK, I admit, we do seem to wind up in a few compwomising sitooations and at times have to be bailed out of jail, but I do meet the most intewesting pups thwoo hew.
She knows soo many boyz it's amazing.
Don't know how she does it.
Must be hew spawkling pawsonality and wit and of couwse hew divine figoowe and fashion sense.
Anyway, I will stick by hew no mattew what.
This mowning we did wake up to a wathew alawming newspapew awticle..I had no idea umm, I guess someone saw us, but I must admit we had a gweat deal of fun and it was all so eh ducational, what wif Bewtie, and Ewic and Awchie all giving us such wondewful lectoowes about English histowy and geology and stuff
(do go see Lacie's bloggie fow the details)
Ewic squawe had con ections to get us out of the slammew, hehehehe)
all's well that ends well, I always say
Now to show you we awe not all about being Shelfish and fun, I'd like you to please wead this and leave a comment to help assistance doggies!
“It’s Good to Give…This Season!”What better way to celebrate the holiday season then through Bark It Furward, a program created to raise awareness and funds for Canine Assistants, a non-profit organization that trains and provides service dogs for children and adults with physical disabilities and the Milk-Bone® brand’s long-time charitable partner since 1997. For nearly 20 years, Canine Assistants has provided 1,000 service dogs to people across the country, giving them the chance to have more independent lifestyles.
Many people in need of a service dog depend on Canine Assistants to pay for the lifelong care of the dog. Without the help of any government funding, Canine Assistants relies on the generosity and private donations made by philanthropic partners, like Milk-Bone®, to help pay for the training of these special needs dogs. In an effort to help care for and train more assistance dogs for recipients across the country, Milk-Bone® is asking you to rally around Canine Assistants.
Bawk It Fuward was created by Milk-Bone® brand to educate others about the inspiring work being conducted by Canine Assistants. By joining the Bawk It Fuward movement, you can help raise awareness and much needed funds to provide assistance dogs for people with disabilities.
So for evewy comment left on my bloggie through January 4th, Milk-Bone® will give Canine Assistants ONE WHOLE GWEEN PAPEW! Can you believe it? That’s all you have to do. Just leave a comment on this postie and Canine Assistants gets gween papews. Sewiously! How supew easy is that?
So what awe you waiting fow? Get commenting!
Canine Assistants® is a non-profit organization, founded in 1991, which trains and provides service dogs for children and adults with physical disabilities or other special needs. In addition to physically assisting those with disabilities, Canine Assistants service dogs are instrumental in removing many of the barriers faced by the disabled in today’s society.
Canine Assistants service dogs assist children and adults with physical disabilities or other special needs in a variety of ways. Some of the tasks the dogs perform include turning lights on and off, opening and closing doors, pulling wheelchairs, retrieving dropped objects, summoning help and providing secure companionship. While all of these functions are vitally important in helping a person obtain greater freedom, perhaps the most impressive gift the dogs provide is social, rather than physical, in nature. The dogs eliminate feelings of fear, isolation and loneliness felt by their companions. One Canine Assistants recipient made the value of this gift quite clear when asked by a reporter what she liked most about her service dog. Immediately, she responded, “My dog makes my wheelchair disappear.”
Most Canine Assistants service dogs are born, raised and trained at the Milton, Georgia facility, while some are occasionally adopted from local organizations or breeders. The majority of the service dogs are retrievers, including both Golden Retrievers and Labradors.
Like service dogs, companion dogs also serve to assist children and adults with physical disabilities or other special needs. Companion dogs work primarily in a recipient’s home, assisting with tasks around the house and more importantly, contributing to the emotional well being of the person.
Seizure Response Dogs
In addition to service dogs and companion dogs, Canine Assistants also trains and provides seizure response dogs for certain recipients. As with some of the service dogs, these dogs are adopted from various organizations and selectively screened for personality, temperament and general health. Following general training, seizure response dogs are trained to perform one of the following behaviors, depending on the recipient’s need: remain next to the person during the course of a seizure, summon help in a controlled environment or retrieve a phone prior to the seizure when indicated by the recipient. Certain dogs may even develop the ability to predict and react in advance to an oncoming seizure once they are placed with their recipient.
Okay, awe you done weading now? Then leave me a comment! Um, pwetty please?
Thank you sweet fwiends