nice to see that gross dirty snow seems to have disappeared!
Though the grass is an ugly green/brown, it's nice to see again, isn't it!! Love that last picture of Miss M! What a great face!
Miss M looks so funny in that last picture! It looks like the last of the snow has left KC too....let's just hope it stays that way! Bring on the spring! :)Oh, and we started using those latex paw covers too and love them! Although it has been hard to get Turk to stay still while we put them on him.
I love the dogs in their coats! I keep telling myself that spring is just around the corner...
was Ms M sneezing or yawning?Karihttp://dogisgodinreverse.com
Love that last pic!
The first and last pictures are so adorable!!
We keep hoping for warm weather to melt all our snow!-Corbin
So glad those yucky piles of dirty snow are gone! Any day now you'll be out walking and spot some little bit of color... a crocus, or stray daffodil... and oh, how it will make your heart sing!!!
It feels so nice to get out again after being cooped up for days and days, doesn't it?
Yea no more snow. Mr M is that a sneeze? Bless you if soBenny & Lily
Ms. M has lovely eyes! You can check out www.dogsforautism.org for more specific information. In summary, our service dogs go through the same obedience, temperment and assistance training that any service dog would have to complete. Our dogs are assistive, search and alert (ASA) dogs. Children with autism often bolt across streets or wander off. Essentially, we build on the GSD natural herding instinct to avoid that behavior. There is also a "tethering" technique that can be used. The child is attached to the dog but feels that they are simply walking their dog. It's really hard to bolt when you are attached to an 80 or 90 lbs dog. Also our dogs are trained to search so in the event that a child does wander off, the dog immediately begins the search while authorities are contacted. Every child of autism is different so all of our dogs have to be trained and tailored to the needs of the household. Some homes have multiple children with autism. Our dogs are provided to families at no charge. A fully trained dog is valued at between $20-30K. We are funded fully through grants and donations. AND we are building a therapy dog program using rescue dogs. This is through a partnership with a local school for children with autism. We've been involved since January 2009 and it has been the MOST amazing experience. Mamma Heartbeat
Heehee! I luvs that look on Miss M's face. She looks like you just told her the bestest joke EVER!I wish I could come on one of your walks with you. That would be FUN!Wiggles & Wags,Mayzie
Oh that last picture of Miss M is priceless! She really IS glad the snow from the blizzard is almost all gone!
Ms. M is such a ham!
Such lovely pictures - and such great places to walk.Love and licks Winnie
Miss M, that face, and those snow boots-- it's just too precious. Where I am in TX it is in the 70s. My bloodhound and I were sweating on our walk!
That first picture is ADORABLE! We are loving the sunshine, too!
I have to agree with you there! We hope to keep seeing signs of Spring instead of more of that white stuff!
Yay for spring! It is just around the corner...right?Wyatt
Spring's almost here! The other day I was wearing shorts...then this weekend is supposed to be back down to the 40's. Mother Nature is a tease!
oh my goodness, that looks COOOOLD!!!!
i am loving the new camera pics -- especially that first one of Miss M!!
It's so depressing that you still have snow on the ground (or did when you took these pictures). I think I would go crazy if we still had snow here. I'd be making that face too, Ms. M!
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