Be tuff! The "dog days" of summer can be wuff!
Welcome to this weeks edition of Dogs on Thursday.
Where friends and family are welcome but fleas are not.
We are praying and hoping that those hit by the recent storms in Florida and along the east and gulf coast there and around the vicinity of the hurricane/ tropical storm Fay survived and are well.
Please check in and let us know you are okay, that is quite a nasty storm out there.
We have two new members this week. Everyone please go and bark a hello to Peggy and Serendipity.
For those that are in the Dogs Days of Summer Secret Swap.
The last day of the swap is next Thursday the 28th.
If you are running late getting your packages out please contact your pal and let them know or contact me and I will let them know.
Also if you are having trouble completing your commitment please email me or Natalie for help.
Don't forget that the DoT Bloggerverary Contest is still running until the 10th of September so there is still plenty of time to get creative in finding a way to make a representation your dog(s).
We are going to have a new feature on DoT.
Nichole has very kindly agreed to keep up the good work reviewing things pertaining to dogs and when she does a review of a dog related item we will post a link to it here.
Like we did last week when she did a great review of the Rachel Rays dog food.
I have put up a spot on the side bar that has a link to that post and some other wonderful ones she has done.
So if you are wondering about a dog product, like I was last week, then check the side bar or with Nichole as chances are she has tried it out or did research on that product.
Also if anyone else has done a review of a pet product that they would to share please email me or Natalie and we will add it to the side bar.
Since I don't have a Doggie Spotlight for today I am going to introduce you to another dog that my family and I met on our trip to England this past May.
While visiting the historical town of Battle (where the battlefield to the famous battle of Hastings was fought.)
We met this sweet little dog named Roscoe he is a 5 year old West Highland Terrier.
(with apologies to Roscoe's human and my family for letting me use them as DoT fodder.)
Roscoe and his human, along with my husband, Sister-in-Law and Father-in-Law took
the 5 mile walking tour around and throughout the historical sites and onto the famous battlefield.
I and my Mother-in-Law and other Sister-in-Law took the short 2 mile walking tour.
and met up with Roscoe and his newly formed fan club at the end of the trail for a much needed rest in a cool spot in the shade.
I don't know how impressed he was with the walking history lesson but were sure impressed how he walked 5 miles without compliant.
I hope everyone has a great weekend and stays cool!