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Weather Right Or Wrong! Please do not let your pets become a victim! I am a member of this! American Canine Hybrid Club http: American Stock Dog Registry http: Designer Breed Registry http: Dog Breed Info Center http: Next Day Pets http: Happy customer with his new Wire Fox Terrier, Rusty!
Rusty is doing well, he is now 2. This little guy has more air miles on him than most people will ever have! Have a Great Day! Great to hear from you!
Rusty is my best friend. We do everything together He loves flying and riding in golf carts.. He weighs 22 pounds, super fast and athletic!
Glad all is good in Kansas and you have some new breeds.. Andy We just wanted to say Hello.. Rusty Is enjoying his summer.. Loves swimming pools and old westerns.. How are you guys doing? He is a wonderful Dog. Looks like you got a dusting of snow down there? Debbie With Her Zoo Critters! Here is a picture of me and 2 of the Zoo critters that I have raised from tiny babies. I have bottled fed many species of animals and enjoy it very much. Here is a wolf that I raised from cub, Moon.
Labor Day Puppy Pick-up! Several buyers picked up their puppies over the Labor Day weekend. We had people from the states of CO. Here are some happy buyers with the puppies they bought. Ares, 8 Month Old Shiba Inu! This is a puppy we sold 8 months ago. What a beautiful guy he is. All of the puppies have really good temperaments. Thanks to Amanda for giving him such a good home and sending us the pics! KD Wire Fox Terrier! KD is doing great. She goes with me to drop off the kids at school and pick them up She is not a barker which I love!
She isn't hyper and really is a great girl. Miniature American Eskimo that went to Massachusetts to Kathy. He slept most of the way home and uses the potty patch great so far. Hey Deb, Techem is doing great! He was a handful at first but he is so smart and is learning so fast! He has always slept throught the night and took right to the potty patch! I can't wait to get him into agility classes, he makes himself his own obstacle courses in the house lol. He had a growth spurt over the weekend and is learning to jump on things lol Samantha Wanted to send you a picture of Techem who was a groomsmen at our wedding this month!
He is the best dog! He is everything we could've asked for in a puppy and just fits us perfectly! Willie and his family came to pick up their Norwich Terrier puppy from MO. Chiba, The Wire Fox Terrier! Got her first haircut over the weekend. Just thought I would send a quick pic of Scout and the boys Dylan, my younger son is planning a 1st birthday party for his beloved pet.
He is pretty excited that it just happens to be on Halloween We are loving our Keeshond. Whiskey's first poodle cut and he is 1 year ols. Kakashi has been going with my husband to the dog park everyday for the past two weeks. He's getting along well with the other dogs and he always comes home satisfied and tired.
Everywhere we go with him, we get asked about his breed and where I got him from. There was a man I referred to your website, but I told him I'm not sure if you'll have any Shibas available. My husband and I were talking about getting another dog and I already knew who to ask. We are considering another Shiba Inu. I was wondering if you'll be expecting another litter later in the year or next year?
Hey Debbie and Doug, Here are some new pictures of Abby. This picture is a Shiba Inu we sold Nick! What a pretty dog! Hello, how are you guys? Just thought I would let you know that Bella is such a great family member. She doing very well with the kids and Mike and I also. She is so full of life she is funny to sit back and watch.
Mike should be sending you guys a pic pretty soon. But thanks again for an outstanding dog. Merry Christmas and Happy New year. The Cartwrights Bella's wearing my hats now! They bought one last year also! Faith getting into trouble! She was potty trained from day 1 and is in puppy class right now!
Shiba Inu, Boone Description: Dan and his daughters picked up a puppy for the other sister's Birthday gift. Narine and her husband picked up their new Boston Terrier puppy. Narine Yvonne Barnett posted on your Wall: Pongu and Kim-shee playing, the moose is hers. This is her favorite spot! Kimshee making her first kill, the moose! Just heard that Kim-Shee had 5 nice healthy puppies Sara and her boyfriend picked up their new Boston puppy today!
Sorry it has taken me so long to respond! The puppy is sweet and playful and everything we wanted her to be. We named her Tula and she weighs around 11 lbs. I have attached a few recent pictures of her One of her first ice cream come, one of her first fire hydrant, and a professional picture my friend took when she was 9 weeks.
Enjoy and thanks for staying in touch! Thought you might like to see a picture of your boy!! He is quite busy, its hard for two old people to keep up with him, but we are giving it our best shot!! He's a sweetie when we can catch him!!
Hope everything is going well!! He's become a part of our family!/p>
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OK, so this sounds like a lot of New Age hocus-pocus, but at least science backs up the importance of touch. Well, yes, but we might not want to. The skin is our largest organ, comprising about 20 square feet of flesh. And touch is our first sense to develop, even before sight and hearing. It is also indirectly responsible for our existence.
Skin-to-skin contact releases a hormone called oxytocin, which promotes happiness, contentment, compassion, and trust. And your mother should know. Not only did oxytocin play a role in your creation, it also helped her bond quickly with you. The benefits of touch for babies are well-documented.
Remember the rhesus monkey experiments? Scientists believed monkeys separated from their mothers at a young age would quickly adapt to a surrogate. Both surrogate mothers provided milk. The babies spent more time nuzzling the cloth surrogate and ran to it when they were afraid. The monkeys with the wire mother threw themselves on the floor, rocked themselves, mutilated themselves, and exhibited other signs of extreme stress. But oxytocin does even more for child development.
They also have lower heart rates and cry 82 percent less than babies in cribs. And babies who are often held and touched lovingly grow up to be less clingy, less aggressive, healthier, and more confident. Scientists have even found that they have larger brains than babies who are seldom touched. An added benefit for adults: Oxytocin is a natural painkiller and anxiolytic. In addition to oxytocin, skin-to-skin contact also releases dopamine and seratonin, which regulate your mood and help relieve stress and anxiety.
Low levels of dopamine are known to be a key player in addiction and risky behavior like thrill-seeking. Seratonin contributes to well-being and happiness and helps regulate sleep cycles. Low serotonin has been linked to depression. Touch also strengthens your immune system and lowers your blood pressure. So should everyone sign up for a cuddle session today? I can see the benefit, particularly for survivors of sexual assault, but it seems to me that while cuddle clinics clearly fulfill a need, they do little to address the problem.
I had an hour-long conversation with a guy yesterday who never looked up from his phone. You see couples in restaurants texting friends and sometimes each other. It makes me feel needy and pathetic.
As such, a single, lone, male student, with no team or partner ends up becoming the attention of every girl who's THAT desperate. Or in my case, desperate for someone to cuddle up to when they're scared, lonely, cold, etc. Unfortunately, this makes ME their prime target, due to lack of partner who'd disapprove of a girl dragging me off to cuddle with.
Normally any sane, healthy teenage boy would love this attention. Just one problem; the girls in Beacon fit into three categories:. Yeah, when it's like that, the thrill tends to die out real fast. It's not entirely all bad though, sometimes the situation is nice, and some good comes out of it, for the other party involved. But enough explaining, let me just show you. While I wasn't on a team, I still wound up interacting with other students and teams over the first semester at Beacon.
I don't know why, but they really stood out for some reason. Could it have something to do with the fact that RWBY is led by a fifteen year old little girl, who was admitted into Beacon two years early? I have no idea, but I felt drawn to both teams nonetheless. I got to know them a little, and they were kind enough to accept a teamless average joe such as myself into their little community circle.
They're an interesting bunch, and I find myself enjoying the times I spend with them. However, I end up learning something new every time I see them. This was one such time. It was a cold day. A storm had just hit out of nowhere, complete with huge flashes of lightning, and loud crashes of thunder. I was walking in the halls, when the three older girls that made up Team RWBY came around the corner, sans Ruby, which was a little odd.
When they returned my greeting, they did it halfheartedly, as though distracted. I raised an eyebrow, and motioned for her to elaborate, which she thankfully did, "Ruby doesn't like storms.
The thunder and lightning scare her, and she always takes off at full speed at some random place to hide, until the storm's over. Ah, that explained it. While she IS the leader of their team, and a gifted fighter, I keep forgetting that she's only fifteen. Yang smiled, and readily accepted my offer. When I inquired about where Ruby would most likely be hiding, Yang only shrugged, saying that it'd be somewhere she'd probably feel safe. Well, Beacon's a big school, so that could be anywhere.
This wasn't going to be easy. I wandered the school for maybe an hour or two, calling Ruby's name and asking everyone I came across if they had seen her. It's not easy, looking for someone who's scared and in hiding, especially in a huge academy. I checked the kitchens, the library, the infirmary, several classrooms, and briefly met up with her teammates at their dorm to see if they had any luck.
I went back to my search, determined to find her. I decided to check one last place before giving up on searching inside the building. If she wasn't there, she wasn't anywhere inside; The school's smithy. It wasn't used much, as most students forged their weapons at one of the many smaller academies instead. But the higher ups had decided that a smithy was needed for students to upgrade, repair, or forge new weapons.
Being a weapons nut, Ruby had to be there. I opened the door, and flipped the light on. The room was empty, but I went in anyway, closing the door behind me. The last thing I needed was scaring her and making her run off somewhere. Or worse, attack me! I was greeted with silence, and sighed. Looks like she wasn't in here after all. As I turned to leave, a loud crash of thunder shook the windows, and I heard a muffled "Eeep!
Turning, I looked around cautiously, trying to pinpoint the source of the sound. I looked around the room, confused. I checked the cupboards that held the materials and tools needed for forging weapons, I even checked the forge itself, just in case she had crawled into it. And there she was, huddled up in her cloak, shaking like a flame buffeted by a fierce wind, Crescent Rose in its gun form, clutched close to her. I didn't dare reach out and touch her, not in her state. I didn't want her accidentally attacking me, and the presence of her scythe made that possibility all the more real.
After calling her name a few more times, she finally glanced over her shoulder at me, and I smiled warmly, and slowly reached a hand out.
Why don't you come out, and I'll help you get back to your dorm. Your sister's been looking for you for hours now. What happened next I did not expect. Ruby stared at me for a few seconds, before launching herself at me full speed, easily knocking me off my feet. I lay on my back, winded, and looked down. Ruby was firmly attached to me, one arm wrapped around my body, the other around her scythe like it was a teddybear.
Well, that made my brain stop working properly for a minute. An, admittedly, adorable girl only two years younger than you tackles you to the ground, and holds herself close to you with an iron grip? Your brain would shutdown too. Well, that explained this situation then. I thought about my own mother, off doing something in a different kingdom entirely, and I felt a pang in my heart. Her shaking slowly stopped, and her breathing slowed.
She still tensed up whenever a rumble of thunder happened, but she was slowly calming down. I carefully tilted my head at an angle to see her face, and yep, she was asleep. To be honest, with all the walking I did, I was feeling tired too.
This is a situation that comes up in relationships sometimes. A very painful situation, but not an infrequent one, unfortunately. One partner in the relationship loses the attachment to . There is a lot of writing online about how to get your baby to sleep through the night during infancy but not as much expertise to help those of us with toddlers and preschoolers who wake a number of times. Name: Debbie With Her Zoo Critters! Description: Here is a picture of me and 2 of the Zoo critters that I have raised from tiny babies. I have bottled fed many species of animals and enjoy it very much.