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https://flic.kr/p/MsQpYx | The Sheltie Stare | OK….I need a little help here……To fill you in on the story so far…..I will admit to overstaying my welcome here……With my promise of only having the one pint, and now number three is on the table……. Halo has had enough…..…(Its past his feed time)…..And is determine to make things a lot harder for me to reach that 3rd pint by using the table to put his paws on to force me back as much as he can away from the pint……And if that was not bad…

Why It's Vital to Use the Right Emotion When Training Your Dog

It's pretty obvious the author's Sheltie is none to pleased to be forced to wear a Santa hat. Dog's emotions are sometimes easy to read, but sometimes they are very subtle.

10 Reasons Why Dogs Deserve All The Love In The World

…and are constantly by our sides, going above and beyond the call of duty. | 10 Reasons Why Dogs Deserve All The Love In The World

STEWIE is adopted! Shetland Sheepdog Sheltie Dog in Union Gap, WA. STEWIE IS A HEART BREAKER FOR SURE Because Stewie was forced to live in hoarding conditions and in spite of his lack of socializa...

Happy #SeniorSunday! This week is especially woof-derful because we have TWO gorgeous senior dogs to introduce you to! "The tiny girl on the left is 10-year-old Murphy (aka Smurphy Murphy), who loves cushy beds, spinning in circles, and most of all, CHEESE. Felix is the handsome boy on the right. He is also 10 and loves cuddling and food, but he does not enjoy our nightly forced marches (walks)." The furry duo came from Minnesota Sheltie Rescue and live in St. Paul with their human Alison.

The loss of a pet is a devastating, unique kind of grief. Losing a dog to cancer is unfortunately common as one out of every three dogs is affected by cancer. Our Forever In My Heart pendant was inspired by a business associate who’s dog Duke was diagnosed with Lymphoma cancer. Duke was our driving force; as he battled his canine cancer symptoms, we worked on the design that would be a proper tribute. Sadly Duke lost his battle and crossed the Rainbow Bridge, June 2011