Interesting Facts About Whiskers
Whiskers are not the same as fur or hair. They are thicker at the base than fur and get thinner as they extend. They feel harder than fur, and the base can feel almost as strong as the point of a safety pin (but not as sharp). Whiskers are sensory in nature and are rooted much deeper than normal hair. They can sense distance
Wordless Wednesday: Pooped Pooches!
(photo courtesy of Blossum & Chappie’s mom, Courtney.) Siblings Blossum and Chappie take a well-deserved rest on the pause table after their agility class. – – – This is a blog hop. Check out the other participating blogs as well by clicking on the image below.
Iggy’s Happy Tail
Casey Liut, Iggy’s new mom, answered our questions about how Iggy is fitting in since his adoption in March. Why Iggy?I have always had a love for shepherds as I had one growing up. My husband has always had a love for Rottis, so when we read about the shep/Rotti cross, it perked our interest. After we read his bio, we became really excited—he sounded like such a