As I stated yesterday, I am awed and honored to be chosen for such a special Award by fellow blogger, Cindy Lu’s Muse (Here).
As promised, here are the ten recipients to whom I am passing the Inspiration Award!
These blogs are not in any special order, but all are great reads. Click on any blog title to be transported there.
This blog is not just about Fly Ball, but life with dogs and dog sports and pictures too.
Oscar is another Miniature Schnauzer just over a year in age. This is cute blog detailing the challenges of raising and feeding a smart pup. Lots of pictures too.
You don’t want to miss Gus as he and his family relocate from San Antonio. Scroll back through his blog as he visits all of his favorite pet friendly spots in SanAntonio.
This is about Corgis Jon Farleigh and Dewi. Some entries are more humorous, some serious, but the posts are always entertaining.
This Golden pup joined the family of 4 Goldens and has recently been joined by a pup which had its leg amputated. If you love Goldens, you’ll love reading Boondock’s tales.
You can quickly figure out why we love this blog. This is just another Human who shares her life with, in this case, 2 retrievers. Much like my own blog, only the Human tells it from her side, while I give you the dog’s eye view, it’s about the everyday life of a retriever.
Sammie tells the tales of daily life with little sis Avalon. If you love Goldens this blog is another must read.
8. Bert’s Blog
Bert is both a search dog and a therapy dog. His blog is filled with lots of great dog action. He has lots of dog friends with whom he enjoys playing and getting into mischief. There are lots of pictures to illustrate the adventures.
Sawyer is a Miniature Schnauzer, about a year old, who loves to eat anything. Anyone who has had a young dog, and a few old ones who never outgrew the “eat anything” phase, can relate.
10. What Dog’s Do
Living in London UK, the author received her first dog at the age of 13. Her interest in learning more about dogs is shared in this blog. Since the author has retired racing greyhounds, it has been particularly interesting reading her recent posts on recall. A solid recall is what we all strive to have with our dogs. It certainly seems counter intuitive to have a retired racer with a solid recall. While there are not a lot of pictures, the information she shares on reading body language and training trials and tribulations is worth following.
Now, don’t forget, there are a few rules that go with accepting this award.
1. Thank and link back to the person who awarded this to you.
2. Link posts by you and ten fellow bloggers that you find inspirational.
3. Forward the award to those ten fellow bloggers.