Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Thursday, May 22, 2014
This dog is soooooo smart! She can do about 100 tricks in 5 minutes!
My name is Misa Minnie. But you can call me Misa for short. It means beautiful sand in japanese and is pronounced (me-sah). My mom calls me Misa and her roommate calls me Minnie and depending who you ask they call me Minnie Misa or Misa Minnie! And thats how i got my blog name! Me So Mini Misa. :) As the story goes my mom thought it would be great to try to take a picture of me once a day so at the end of the year we can see how much i’ve changed! :) Your welcome to follow along as I share my story and adventures in life and if mom forgets a day don’t be shy to bug her about it. We need as much help as we can get in remembering.
After a month long of receiving and organizing boxes coming from all over the USA (and even a few from out of the country) Misa Minnie and the Owned by Yorkie girls went to visit their friends at Project Hope Alliance. They collected items for the entire month of March 2014 accumulating over 3000 items sent to them by their supportive fans and friends. Special thanks to everyone that participated in our Drive and to our wonderful friends that helped on delivery day!
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Small. Fluffy. Adorable.Loveable. Precious. Your Best Friend!
American Kennel Club has five fun facts about this tiny breed with a big personality.Smoky the Yorkshire Terrier was quite the hero during World War II. The little fluff ball helped save the lives of soldiers during the war by carrying communications wires through an underground tunnel.
Here's what say:
Here's what say:
Fact 1: Loyalty is No. 1 With This BreedGerman Shepherds are loyal, we know, and Labs and Golden Retrievers, sure but Yorkies? In fact, Yorkshire Terriers are known for their incredible loyalty to their owners, preferring to stay close by their owner's side at all times.
Fact 2: They Ran With the Rats!Yorkshire Terriers were actually originally used for a not-so-glamorous purpose catching rats in clothing mills in the nineteenth century.
Fact 3: A Yorkie Was a War Hero
Fact 4: They Didn't Become Yorkshire Terriers Until 1870The Yorkie made its debut in England in 1861 as a "broken-haired Scotch Terrier." It wasn't until 1870, when a reporter stated, "they ought no longer to be called Scotch Terriers, but Yorkshire Terriers, for having been so improved here," that the name Yorkshire Terrier actually stuck.
Fact 5: Their Grouping Doesn't Become Their PersonalityDon't be fooled because the Yorkie is part of the Toy Group this breed is by nature very brave, determined and energetic. They have big personalities and make great family pets.
Monday, April 14, 2014
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Saturday, April 5, 2014
Saturday, March 29, 2014
I always feel bad leaving my dog at home. IN the summer she is not allowed to go to the beach with us Memorial day thru Labor Day. She can not go to most stores with us and most hotels don't want her. NOW, THAT IS CHANGING! I filed the paperwork and paid a small fee to have her deemed an Emotional Support animal.
There are two federal laws which grant special rights to owners of Emotional Support Animal:
- The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 (42 USC 3601, et seq.) allows you to live / stay anywhere you like without pet fees. Any home, any lodging – even ones that specifically prohibit Dogs.
- The Air Carrier Access Act allows you to travel on any airline without paying any pet fees and your Emotional Support Animal is allowed to accompany you into the cabin.
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Monday, March 17, 2014
To protect your pet:
• Don’t let your dog off-leash. Keeping it close reduces the likelihood that it will wander off and catch the attention of thieves.
• Don’t leave your dog unattended in your yard, especially if your fenced-in yard is visible from the street.
• If strangers approach you to admire your dog during walks, don’t answer questions about how much the dog cost or give details about where you live.
• Never leave your dog in an unattended car, even if it’s locked.
• Don’t tie your dog outside a store. Patronize only dog-friendly retailers, or leave the dog at home.
• Protect your dog with microchip identification and keep your contact information current with your microchip-recovery service provider.
• If your dog is stolen, file a police report and ask to have the microchip serial number and the dog’s description posted in the “stolen article” category on the National Crime Information Center.
• Keep current photos (profile and headshot) of your dog so you can distribute them immediately if your pet disappears.
• Buy from reputable dealers or rescue groups. If the dog is advertised as purebred, ask for the AKC litter registration number and call AKC customer service at 919-233-9767 to verify registration.
Saturday, February 15, 2014
Father of 4 killed in 28-car pileup, family dog still missing.
CLARK COUNTY, WA (KPTV) -A local family is dealing with great loss after the big February snowstorm.
On Thursday, their father was killed in a massive pile up on I-5 created by slick road conditions. Their family dog, Daisy, was also in the car, and she is still missing.
The father of four was killed in the 28-vehicle pileup on I-5 south of Ridgefield. Deputies say three other people were badly hurt.
According to Scott's family, he couldn't stop in time because of all of the snow piled on the freeway. His car was crushed in-between two truck trailers, and he died instantly. The family had no life insurance and he leaves behind 2 children with special needs,
If you know where Daisy might be, call the East Padden Animal Hospital.
If you want to help the Scott family during this difficult time, you can go to any US Bank and donate to the Matthew Scott Memorial Fund.
You can also donate online at fundrazer.com under Matthew Scott's name at 360-892-1500..
Friday, February 14, 2014
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
In November 1964, LIFE magazine noted that “a small dog with a sweeping hairdo and a peppery disposition” was pushing the poodle aside as the elegant canine accessory-of-the-moment. LIFE also noted that the small, dynamic Yorkie — for it was none other than the Yorkshire Terrier to which the magazine devoted a multi-page feature — “is no lap dog. It has the dash and spirit of all terriers and is a better ratter than most cats.”
Saturday, February 1, 2014
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
PoopBags.com, Inc. announced today the launch of its new line of innovative, eco-friendly poop bags into the retail channel. The Original PoopBags brand has leveraged the latest innovations in environmentally friendly packaging materials and production techniques. Common poop bags and basic technology simply blend plastics with chemical additives to make them degrade. The Original PoopBags has been offering pet waste products via its website www.poopbags.com for over 10 years and is now ready to storm the retail channel exclusively.
“We know more about making eco-friendly poop bags than anyone else,” Paul Cannella, President of PoopBags.com, Inc., said. “The market trends are matching our latest eco-innovations and production capabilities so the time is right for us to enter the retail market in a meaningful way.”
The Original PoopBags waste products are created by using recycled content and newly USDA-approved materials, making it meet nationally certified standards for eco-friendliness. After complying with rigorous government standards and testing, The Original PoopBags brand is the first poop bag to become a USDA Certified Biobased Product available to the retail market. To match its unique, innovative and eco-friendly message it has developed a unique triangular packaging that is already gaining attention at retail.
This new product release will include two new SKUs for The Original PoopBags. The first will be The Original on a Roll available in a 9-roll pack, and the second is a 3-roll pack. MSRP will be $9.99 and $3.99 respectively. In addition, the company has a total of seven SKUs available including a variety of eco-friendly properties, varying in size and features. The brand will be supported with a full trade and consumer awareness advertising campaign unseen in this category.
About PoopBags.com, Inc.
Since 2003 PoopBags.com, Inc. has been reducing carbon paw prints and leading the way in eco-friendly advances in pet waste bags. It sells pet waste bags under The Original PoopBags brand. It has developed the first retail poop bag to become a USDA Certified Biobased Product. It received a Pet Industry recognition award from Pet Business in December 2013. The company is headquartered in Chicago, IL. For more information please visit www.originalpoopbags.com.
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
These stories break my heart - WHO DOES THIS SORT OF STUFF? What kind of human being does this??
An abandoned Yorkshire terrier was found huddled in freezing temperatures inside a small, black, metal crate on a snow patch near the intersection of White Pond and Farmers Mills roads in Kent, Putnam County,(New York State) Friday morning, the Putnam County SPCA said.
How sick is that?
All dogs just want our love. Hug your precious pet today!
Monday, December 2, 2013
And when I take a shower and she watches and waits until I lay the wet towel on the floor and she rolls all over it rubbing her face and any part of her body she can rub on it.
AND WHAT ABOUT SHOES? She loves to stick her head inside my shoes!
Thursday, November 28, 2013
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Thursday, November 14, 2013
I love these stories!
LOUIE (above) pressed his tiny paw on an emergency button on the floor and called for help by yelping into the intercom, after his owner suffered a suspected heart attack.
“He’s my light and day. He’s always beside me whenever I need him.
He’s more than just a dog” says owner JUDITH.
Last year he earned himself an animal bravery award from veterinary charity PDSA for raising the alarm when Judith slipped after stepping out of the shower.
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