Friday, June 19, 2009

Schmitty and Pudge in New York City!

Two famous Yorkies, Schmitty and Pudge, invite you to tour New York City. Follow the adventures of these delightful dogs as they visit all of New York City's famous landmarks. Starting at Grant's Tomb in Harlem, they head south to visit the Seinfeld gang's favorite restaurant and then rest their tired paws with a carriage ride through Central Park.

After a hot dog at Gray's Papaya the pooches bump into Regis on their way down to Times Square to meet the Naked Cowboy before catching a matinee on Broadway. Then it's off to the Empire State Building for a dog's eye view of Manhattan. A taxi to Tiffany's for a little retail therapy is the perfect prelude to an afternoon massage. Nothing caps off a day in NYC better than sitting in Battery Park watching the sunset over the Statue of Liberty.

So when you come to visit NYC keep an eye out for Schmitty and Pudge.

SEE THE VIDEO and Follow the further adventures
of Schmitty and Pudge at Gotta Visit NYC!

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Summer in Chicago with Miss Trixie Lee Deluxe

It is the first week of June, and it is 52 degrees today in Chicago!
What happened to Global Warming?!
In May, I did get out to the Chicago beach a couple times,
but now I can't go to the beach until after Labor Day.
Well, this past weekend was nice and warm and sunny, and my dad's took me out to their favorite pub and restaurant ROSCOES. They have a patio in the summer and I can go there and sit with adults. The weather was nice, but today it's darn right cold again!
I am from Missouri!

Monday, June 1, 2009

Doug Percival and Sammy, the oldest Yorkie around!

Yorkshire terrier Sammy is 23-years-old which makes him two
years older than the current canine world record holder.

The pensioner pooch has had half his teeth out and can barely see or hear.
But owner Doug Percival, 73, has only had to take him to the vets
ONCE since he got him as a two-year-old pup.

He puts his longevity down to them looking after each other and
twice-weekly treats from the fish and chip shop.