“Seattle’s Second Chance Shelter smelled of damp fur and dog breath. Frantic barks and whines pierced the air and assaulted Anna’s ears. She shrank back from the desperation that hung in the air like mist. All the sad eyes begging for a home. The furry foreheads rumpled with anxiety. Anna’s tender heart slid to her…
We all know everyone enjoys a good celebration and the holidays, and we know you want to include your animal companions in the festivities. July 4th is a pretty big holiday with lots of activities going on, mostly barbeques and fireworks. Here are some safety tips so you can include your pets in a way…
The month of march has passed me by so quickly that I believe it moved faster than the super hero some people know by the name of Flash. I was able to experience some moments of frozen time during my spring break, yet those moments never lasted long enough.
During said break, I went through the interviewing process for finding a job. The whole week I was a ball of nerves; just shaking a little bit more as the interview date got closer. With the support from friends and family, I was able to go into the interview with confidence. As I started conversing with my interviewers, my body began to relax and I felt at ease with the people whom I (at the time, not knowing) would hope to become my co-workers. I am happy to say that I was offered a job position with the company, by the name of Home Sweet Home Pet Care. I’m extremely excited to work with such a great team, and help build the company.
On another note, my capstone (senior) project is coming along… slowly, but surely. These upcoming days are numbered though and now it’s crunch time. I’ve been experimenting with multiple different cameras, and hopefully in the end I will come out with beautiful pictures of all the six dogs who I am now focusing on for the final product. Here is a picture of Clyde. He is currently my favorite dog at All Breed Rescue. I’m glad I have been able to work with such a wonderful group of staff to help me bring awareness to the shelter and the dogs that reside there through my project.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Hello! I hope you all have a wonderful Valentine’s day, sharing the love with your canine companions. Here are a couple cute pictures to help you get into the mood for today’s holiday.
My senior project is in motion, and I have lots of work to do. I’m not sure how much I’ve shared what my project is, but here’s an explanation. I plan to pair pictures of dogs, from All Breed Rescue, with a short write-up that will either be a background story or just a “personality blurb” so that whoever is reading it & sees the picture can get an idea of how the dog is.
My project has had a great start, and is slowly blossoming into the finished product as I envisioned it. Here are a couple pictures that my lovely classmate Amanda Schroth took last week, during my weekly visit to the shelter.
Since Amanda helped me, I want to lend a helping hand right back. Her project is called, “Postcards Never Sent.” It would be wonderful if you submitted to her project. Here’s the link: www.postcardsneversent.com/submit
Dog of the Day!
The dog of the day: Swedish Vallhund
(pictures and videos are credited to Google & YouTube)
What do you think about this breed? Ever heard of it before this? What other rare breeds do you know about? 🙂 Please share!
Today’s honorable choice is the Corgi! There are two different kinds of corgis: Pembroke and Cardigan Welsh.
(Images are credited to Google and videos are credited to YouTube; none are mine personally)
Here are a couple videos: One is informational and the other is just two adorable corgis playing together
Have you had experience with a corgi? Maybe lots? Share your good memories and thoughts about this wonderful dog breed 🙂
Dog of the Day!
Today’s dog is one that I am very fond of. It’s the English Bull Terrier!
(images are credited through Google images & YouTube videos; none are mine personally)
What do you think about this breed? Please share your thoughts 🙂
Molly was a relaxed American bulldog mix who walked with pride in every step she took. She was beaming with eagerness to explore outside of the shelter’s walls.
I was informed that she is a little dog aggressive, so she will need to be the only dog in the household when adopted. Besides that fact, she was friendly towards people. Speaking of which, a gentleman driving past us stopped so he could tell me that he thought Molly was a beautiful dog and that he was possibly interested in adopting a third canine. I spoke with him about other dogs that might benefit from his family dynamic & living space. During our chat, Molly had taken a rest by laying down in the shaded grass. She had a look of pure content on her face.
Molly never got overly excited while we were together. Sometimes though, when a sight or sound would catch her attention, her body had become taunt. She had a regal stance that proudly showed off her muscular build. Molly enjoyed the time I spent sitting with her. We had a mini photo shoot, and it seemed like she was changing her positions as if she was posing in different angles.
If you are interested in adopting Molly, please visit her page: http://www.allbreedrescuevt.com/animals/detail?AnimalID=7463619