Did you know that pet visits often spark good memories of a person's own pets? Dogs often can reach people and children who have withdrawn from the world. It's been suggested by science that petting a dog can lower blood pressure, reduce anxiety and stress, and promote healing.
Thursday, December 18, 2008
Wow, They Start to Pile Up Don't They?!
Thanks to the following:
Asta from NY of http://astasworld.blogspot.com sent this one:
Kismet the dachshund of www.kismetbarks.com sent an animated video you can see by clicking here
George of MI at http://puddinpup.blogspot.com sent this:
Jack and Abby of Washington at http://abbyandjack.blogspot.com sent this one:
Quincy of Canada at http://betapuppy.blogpsot.com sent this:
Kingsley and Robin from the Netherlands of www.kingsleydog.com sent this one:
And another dachshund, Ruby the mini dachshund in Canada of www.agenuineruby.blogspot.com sent this:
Bailey, Baxter, Brody, and Benson of WA sent a really cute animated e-card that you can see by clicking here
And those are just the more recent e-cards! I still got a bunch of snail-mail greetings too from:
Murphey and Reilly of TX at http://thelifeofmurphey.blogspot.com
Ong Bee Bee of Singapore at http://iluvbeebee.blogspot.com
Mango, Ximui and Chubs of TX at http://mangothemaltesekiddo.blogpsot.com
Arabella of MN at www.arabellathedog.wordpress.com
and from Sophie, Dixie, and Harley of IN at http://pugandbugg.blogspot.com
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!