GSD puppy – New family member.

Posted by Pete on May 31st, 2013

A new family member in my life, say hello to Dante.
At 16 weeks he’s a handful and I love him.  For those that want a little more detail, I feed him Solid Gold Wolf cub dog food and he loves it. It rates as a 4 star premium dog food, and after reading about the horrendous crap dog food they sell in most supermarkets (this and this), I decided to feed him based on quality and not price.

Anyhow, Dante already knows sit, lay down, paw, come, stay, walks on a leash and a bunch of other tricks I’ve taught him so far.  He’s smart and is really eager to learn each time I bring out the clicker.  Looking forward to getting out of the “Landshark” phase!

Below we have 15 weeks, 12  weeks, and 8 weeks.



Recent pic of new family member.

Posted by Pete on February 1st, 2011

Recent pic of new family member., originally uploaded by petesblog.

Yes, I know. Too cute to pass up.
First pic for the photo blogging portion of my blog. 🙂

A Crow and a Kitten

Posted by Pete on January 28th, 2011

I know it’s been forever since I posted anything. I think it’s about time I do post something and try to get back into the groove here.
I just ran into this video and it’s one of those things you don’t get to see very often. A crow mothering a kitten as if it were her own “crow chicks”. I’m sure that isn’t the correct term but you’ll get the idea.

Source: Care2

Dolphins are smart!

Posted by Pete on July 31st, 2007

I always knew dolphins were smart! I posted a while ago a similar story (one of many listed in the current article) about the intelligence of dolphins. It truly amazes me reading the observations made by the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies in Mississippi and hearing about
Kelly (the business minded dolphin) along with other amazing things.

On a beautiful day in 1997, researchers working at Pereirinha beach, off the southern coast of Brazil, observed a little dog going into the sea and swimming towards the dolphins. To their surprise, the dolphins approached the dog and then started throwing it into the air. The dog seemed to enjoy the ‘game’ and continued playing with the dolphins for more than an hour. From then on, different dogs were seen trying to interact with the dolphins.

Dolphins are smart!

Read how smart these dolphins really are!

Never gonna give…

Posted by Pete on May 22nd, 2007

Major lack of updates lately, I’ve been busy and well, you know how that goes. But no worries, I won’t give you up! lol

Not sure how some of you are prepping up for this summer’s gas hike. But with $4 a gallon around the corner, I just equipped myself with a couple of Kymco scooters. (his-People 250 / hers- Bet and Win 250) My wife and I are extremely excited about scootering around this summer! More details about my experiences with the scooters in the future.

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