Wookie is currently at the Longmont Humane Society waiting for his forever home. They are partnering with Colorado Pit Bull Rescue to find Wookie his forever home. He is a special dog. Click here to find out more about him!
Wow. In the dance world we have what we refer to as show hangover. Definition: the overwhelming emotions, exhaustion and energy release that one gets after the last night of a big performance, which usually culminates months and months of rehearsals. BlogPaws has given me conference hangover, and I'm still feeling it. Musta been one heck of a party to still feel hungover!
Miah didn't even wait for the conference to be over before she took a purposeful nose dive into what looked like a comfy box. That decision can only be attributed to conference buzz. Good thing because at her age it's the only buzz she's allowed! Well, that and the performance itself.
There is so much to share from BlogPaws 2011, but right now I want to at least share the short interview I did with Rescue Ink while we were there. I think it would be great to have them come to MY school!!
Looks like CO is taking a step towards helping animals! There is a new partnership between the Colorado Humane Society and metro Denver Crime Stoppers that allows people to report animal abuse anonymously and even possible get a reward for it. I'm hoping this means more people will have the courage to step up and say something. Call 720-913-STOP (7867) or give your tip online . I know you can't change every animal's life, but you can change a life for one animal and still make a BIG difference!
Here is the story from our local news channel...now, if only we could get rid of BSL...
Today I saw on the ASPCA's website that Texas had just passed a law that opens up all Commercial Breeders for inspection. Texas never had anything like this before. It's step 1 in shutting down Puppy Mills. Hopefully when September comes around (that is when the law is put into effect), we will be getting news of all the bad breeding places being shut down for not meeting the new standards. You can read more from the ASPCA here, but I just had to share that little bit of good news!!